Bryan Singer Announces ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Movie Coming in 2016
That’s right, folks. Director Bryan Singer took to Twitter earlier today and apparently confirmed that 20th Century Fox is moving forward on their next installment in the X-Men film franchise with X-Men: Apocalypse scheduled to arrive in 2016. As to whether or not the film will focus on the First Class cast or move on to an entirely different group is still a mystery, but the title of the film does seem to suggest an Apocalypse-related storyline.
Director Bryan Singer has revealed the first full behind-the-scenes photo of an 18-foot Sentinel, designed and built by Legacy Effects, that we’ll be seeing on the big screen when X-Men: Days of Future Past arrives on the big screen next year.
Sony May Be Discussing Letting Go Of ‘Spider-Man’ Film Rights
A new report has surfaced that suggests Sony may be exploring their options as to how they can raise capital for their fledgling hardware divisions by selling off several of their numerous music and film properties. According to CEO Kazua Hirai, Sony is currently considering a proposal from investor Daniel Loeb and his hedge fund company Third Point that would see Sony selling off several of their movie properties including Resident Evil and – wait for it - Spider-Man.