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Understanding Why X-Men Apocalypse Cut the Mall Scene

So X-Men Apocalypse came out this year and was…well…a movie. Amidst big releases from Marvel and DC, the latest film from Fox kind of failed to really move the needle. 1,277 more words


Bryan Singer Weekend - The Usual Suspects (1995)

Director: Bryan Singer

Writer: Christopher McQuarrie (Screenplay)

Starring: Stephen Baldwin, Gabriel Byrne, Benicio Del Toro, Kevin Pollak, Kevin Spacey, Chazz Palminteri, Pete Postlethwaite


Plot: A sole survivor tells of the twisty events leading up to a horrific gun battle on a boat, which begin when five criminals meet at a seemingly random police lineup. 813 more words


September 17: Happy Birthday Bryan Singer and Anne Bancroft

Bryan Singer, who turns 51 today, began directing immediately after graduating from USC.  His first feature, the 1993 film Public Access, was made on a $250,000 budget, and was very well-received at Sundance, where actor Kevin Spacey committed on the spot to whatever project Singer and writer Christopher McQuarrie had going next.  1,392 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Happy Birthday: Bryan Singer

Bryan Singer

Born: September 17, 1965 in New York City, New York, USA

One thing that interests me is the notion of ancient mutants. What would people, thousands of years ago, without the benefit of science, think mutants were? 93 more words

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Mr Sinister To Appear In Wolverine 3

So we have been waiting to see when Mister Sinister would appear in a X-Men related film and thanks to Bryan Singer and CinemaBlend we finally have our answer. 152 more words

Films & TV

‘Wolverine 3’ Will Finally Introduce Villain Mister Sinister

X-Men fans wondering who Logan could be facing off against in Wolverine 3 need only look to X-Men: Apocalypse for answers.

When the upcoming third installment of  267 more words



In the “X-Men: Apocalypse” producer Simon Kinberg and director Bryan Singer confirm that Sinister will go up against Hugh Jackman in director James Mangold’s still-untitled “Wolverine 3.”