With X-Men: First Class revitalizing the mutant franchise, can we expect to see a fourth installment of the X-Men series in our future?
Actress January Jones has come under scrutiny during her time on the TV show Mad Men. Fans and critics have debated for seasons the extent of her acting ability on the acclaimed AMC series.
So it shouldn’t be a shock that her performance in X-Men: First Class as Emma Frost is receiving some scrutiny as well.
Despite strong critical and fan buzz, X-Men: First Class opened the second lowest gross of any of the films in the popular comic book franchise. The $56 million in box office sales was just barely above the $54 million the first installment earned on its opening weekend.
The Hollywood Reporter has weighed in with a review of this weekend’s X-Men: First Class.
Based on the buzz, it sounds like this one could be worth seeing.
A new trailer for X-Men: First Class has been released.
You can check it out below:
X-Men fans were intrigued when Oscar-nominated director Darren Aronosfsky signed on to direct the upcoming The Wolverine.
Now, nearly four months to the day he signed on to direct the film, Aronosfsky has left the project.
Director Matthew Vaughn is taking a page from director Christopher Nolan’s book when it comes to “X-Men: First Class.” Vaughn tells MTV News that the upcoming film is an origin story that will feel different from other origin stories we’ve seen before.
“This is going to be very different. What I’m doing no one has done in superhero films. It’s James Bond, it’s a political thriller and it’s an X-Men movie,” he says.
The first trailer for the upcoming “X-Men: First Class” has made its debut on-line.
Curious to see what this prequel to the X-Men franchise will look like when it hits theaters? We’ve got a copy of the trailer below.