With the upcoming X-Men: First Class movie featuring a young Magneto, I decided it was time to tackle his origin story, for behind the helm of the Master of Magnetism was, at one time, a boy. This boy experienced the Holocaust first hand, and it would shape the man he would become. Take the jump and find out if this blend of factual history, and fictional characters is worth your time.
We all knew it was a good movie, but I don’t think anyone was prepared for a $300 million box office blockbuster. “(This) is a testament to the talented, hardworking group involved with this picture,” Par[amount] vice chairman Rob Moore said. “Needless to say, we are all thrilled with such an amazing achievement.” I’m sure no one else is more pleased than Marvel, who took a big chance a couple of years ago announcing its own studio – a chance that has paid off, and should put the studio on target to pay off that $525 million dollar loan it