Decades after the Christopher Reeve classic became the big hit of 1978, Hollywood is still trying to get Superman right for the big screen. While Christopher Nolan successfully reinvented Batman, at least for two movies, the consensus is that Bryan Singer pretty much blew it with Superman Returns, and unfortunately Man of Steel didn’t help matters much either.
X-Men Days of Future Past is scheduled to hit theaters on May 23, 2014, and you know there’s going to be more to come. In fact, director Bryan Singer has already announced that the next film will be X-Men: Apocalypse.
We at TGD are very excited that director Bryan Singer is returning to the X-Men series because we felt it took a wrong turn without him. We’re definitely hoping that Singer can bring X-Men back to its former glory, and it will also be great to see Patrick Steward and Ian McKellen returning as well.
Director Bryan Singer gave us two of the greatest comic book movies ever, the first two X-Men flicks.
We just reported on TG that Bryan Singer, who helmed the first two X-Men, was first in line to direct the next X-Men flick, Days of Future Past.
The first X-Men was really a landmark for comic book movies, because it illustrated that Hollywood was finally taking superheroes seriously.
New Star Trek television may happen, but only at the behest of J.J. Abrams.
Yes, The Munsters are coming back to television, courtesy of NBC.
The original X-Men movie was a big turning point for comic movies, as the major studios finally began taking the medium seriously.
For those who aren’t geek inclined, Bryan Singer’s breakthrough was The Usual Suspects, and he also helmed X-Men I and II, along with the 2006 Superman Returns.
I'm surprised to see any recent news about this at all because it's been in development for about ten years or more, but apparently things may be moving forward on the remake of Logan's Run.
When the first X-Men movie was making a mad-dash rush to the finish line, everything was so top secret, trying to get any advance word on anything was impossible.
With the recent box office success of Thor, its is clear that Stan Lee's comics and movies are still going strong.