There are many Spoilerites who think Unbreakable is the perfect superhero origin story movie. There are also many of you who lament there was never a sequel made. Those people should rush out and see Split, which turned into a surprise tie-in to the Bruce Willis thriller. Now that the curtain has been pulled away, M. Night Shyamalan has announced Glass, the follow up to both films.
Ever since the announcement of Christian Bale leaving Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming Steve Jobs biopic there is a huge buzz around the topic of who will pick up the role of the Apple tech guru. Ashton Kutcher proved in his tenure in the role during Jobs (and, let’s be honest, well before that), that he is not the man Hollywood wants to return to step into Steve Jobs’ venerable shoes.
After the tremendous success of staging and directing the London Olympics’ opening ceremony, which included chucking James Bond and The Queen out of a helicopter, Danny Boyle now brings us the trippy London based heist thriller he was working on at the same time. But is it entrancing?
Yesterday, director Bryan Singer officially announced some of the cast that were returning to the X-Men: First Class sequel.
When X-Men: First Class rolls out to theaters next summer, audiences won’t have to wonder how much CGI work went into making Patrick Stewart young. Instead, Matthew Vaughn and 20th Century Fox have signed James McAvoy to play the young Charles Xavier in the fiml. Before Charles Xavier and Eric Lensherr took the names Professor X and Magneto, they were two young men discovering their powers for the first time. Before they were archenemies, they were the closest of friends, working together, with other Mutants (some familiar, some new), to stop the greatest threat the world has ever known. In