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'X-Men: Days of Future Past' trailer: The Sentinels unleashed! -- VIDEO

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Send in the Sentinels!

The new trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past finally shows us the mutant-hunting robots unleashed by the government — more specifically, by Boliver Trask (Peter Dinklage). Clearly, the Present is one big post-apocalyptic mess; even Old Magneto has regrets. “All those years wasted fighting each other, Charles,” he says… referring to battles over power, biology, and, as it turns out, women.

So Wolverine is sent back to the Nixon administration to right wrongs before Storm (Halle Berry) can be skewered by a Sentinel and mutants find themselves on the edge of extinction. Not everyone is ready to make nice, though, especially Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), who seems to have a growing blood-lust for normals: “I know what I have to do,” she says. “It’s us or them.”

There’s lots of fire, ice, more-obscure mutants, death, and one exploding White House. Click below for the new clip: READ FULL STORY

Bryan Singer headlines Sundance Film Festival juries

X-Men franchise director Bryan Singer, whose first two features debuted at the Sundance Film Festival — including The Usual Suspects in 1995 — was one of the industry figures named to the Sundance juries that will judge this year’s films when the festival begins next week. Singer, who has X-Men: Days of Future Past due in May, will be one of five members of the U.S. Dramatic Jury. Other members of the juries include Tracy Chapman, Lone Scherfig, Leonard Maltin, and screenwriter Jon Spaihts (Prometheus). A complete list of the juries, courtesy of the Sundance Film Festival, can be viewed after the jump.

Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally, who both have projects at Sundance this year, will co-host the feature-film awards ceremony on Jan. 25. Parks and Rec‘s Offerman stars in the one-man show, Nick Offerman: American Ham, while Mullally voices a character in the animated film, Ernest and Celestine. READ FULL STORY

'X-Men': Major change in this summer's 'Days of Future Past' -- EXCLUSIVE

There will be one less mutant in this summer’s highly anticipated X-Men: Days of Future Past, which combines the casts of the original X-Men trilogy with those of 2011′s First Class. Director Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects) has revealed to EW exclusively that a rescue sequence — shot early in the film’s production and featuring Magneto (Ian McKellen), Professor X (Patrick Stewart), Rogue (Anna Paquin), and Iceman (Shawn Ashmore) — has been cut from the final film. Sadly, this means that Rogue’s screen time has been significantly chopped down as well.

“Through the editing process, the sequence became extraneous,” explains Singer. “It’s a really good sequence and it will probably end up on the DVD so people can see it. But like many things in the editing process, it was an embarrassment of riches and it was just one of the things that had to go. Unfortunately, it was the one and only sequence Anna Paquin was in, the Rogue character was in. Even though she’s in the materials and part of the process of making the film, she won’t appear in it.”
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'X-Men: Apocalypse' will open in 2016

Bryan Singer’s X-Men reunion-sequel Days of Future Past doesn’t open until May 23, 2014. But the director has already staked out a release date for his next X-Men movie. Singer’s Twitter account has been active throughout the past year with updates from the set of Future Past, but this morning, he stepped up his pitchman game with this cryptic tweet:

Two words and a year: Not much to go on, unless you’re a big dumb cool nerd who knows that Apocalypse is one of the X-Men’s greatest enemies. If you were that kind of big dumb cool nerd, your head probably exploded when you read that tweet. READ FULL STORY

'The Wolverine': Hugh Jackman talks Blu-ray release, 'Days of Future Past' teases

Hugh Jackman is coming up on 15 years — and a possible eighth film — playing macho mutant Logan, a.k.a. The Wolverine in the X-Men films. But, the actor told EW, he couldn’t be happier about it: “I kind of am enjoying him more than ever.” Given the $414 million global box office take of this summer’s The Wolverine, fans would tend to agree.

Though there are still four long, wintry months between now and the May release of X-Men: Days of Future Past, Jackman says there’s plenty to hold over X-men obsessives in The Wolverine‘s at-home release (out in Digital HD™ now, and hitting stores Dec. 3 with a 4 Disc Unleashed Extended Edition Blu-ray and 2 Disc Blu-ray), which just so happens to include Days teases curated by director Bryan Singer himself. Read on… READ FULL STORY

Two generations of X-Men visit the EW.com Comic-Con studio

James McAvoy, Patrick Stewart, Michael Fassbender, Ian McKellen, and X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer visited the Entertainment Weekly digital studio at Comic-Con today to talk about the two generations of X-Men in the Marvel movie universe. Watch the video below.

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'X-Men' image: Check out Michael Fassbender in 'Days of Future Past'

Bryan Singer has been tweeting nonstop from the set of his upcoming X-Men prequel-sequel, but most of the pictures he’s shared so far have focused on the returning cast members from the original X trilogy. (Hi, Patrick Stewart! Hey there, Hugh Jackman! Oh, that’s right, Ellen Page was in an X-Men movie!) But Singer just tweeted an image of Michael Fassbender’s young Magneto — or “Magneto Junior,” if you will. He’s wearing a cool coat and doesn’t look happy. Singer’s message reads, simply, “The dark knight rises.” Could it be that Magneto Junior was Talia the whole time? Check out the image: READ FULL STORY

'X-Men': Bryan Singer's latest 'Days of Future Past' pictures include Nixon, Vietnam

In his capacity as director/producer/hype-man for the X-Men franchise, Bryan Singer continues to tweet regular updates from the set of Days of Future Past, next year’s franchise-mashing prequel-sequel which features the cast of First Class alongside the cast of the original X trilogy in what promises to be the most X-Men-y X-Men movie since that Bruce Willis X-Men movie we made up. First up is a shot from inside the Oval Office. If you look closely, you can spot President Nixon, who had the incredible mutant power of Erasing Tapes. READ FULL STORY

Evan Peters joins 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' as Quiksilver

Bryan Singer is at it again! The director of the highly anticipated X-Men: Days of Future Past is quickly becoming a social media mastermind. After tweeting out numerous first looks at the cast, Singer’s latest tweet confirmed that Evan Peters will be joining the film as Quiksilver, the super-fast son of Magneto, whose twin sister, Scarlet Witch, can manipulate probability. READ FULL STORY

'X-Men': Bryan Singer tweets photo of Ellen Page as Kitty Pryde

Following in his own footsteps from a few weeks ago when he tweeted out pictures of both Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry, X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer has once again released a behind-the-scenes photo. This time, it’s of Ellen Page as Kitty Pryde.

The highly anticipated Days of Future Past will feature both original X-Men: Last Stand characters such as Wolverine and Storm, and also First Class favorites played Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence. In the Days of Future Past comic, Kitty is the character who brings the present and future X-Men storylines together. All in all, Page will be joined by (deep breath) Jackman, Lawrence, Berry, Fassbender, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Peter Dinklage, Anna Paquin, and Shawn Ashmore.

Check out Singer’s photo of Page below: READ FULL STORY

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