The star-studded cast of “X-Men: Apocalypse” graced the San Diego Comic-Con this weekend and the revelations were not short of exciting.
San Diego Comic Con, of course.
(Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP). Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, Gina Carano and Ed Skrein.
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Female Grevy’s zebra born at Brookfield Zoo outside Chicago, first since 1998.
In the beginning of the night, panel moderator Chris Hardwick had told the audience that they should stay until the end of the panel for they have a surprise that awaits. But he requested the A/S gods if it was attainable, and shortly, the blood-soaked, expletive-laced trailer was enjoying once more.
Ryan Reynolds has brought Comic-Con to its feet after a sneak peek of the new Deadpool movie was screened.
Bryan Singer and the cast were all present and the director revealed new details about the story.
Morena, Homeland actress, who plays Wade’s fellow mutant and love interest Copycat, added: “You don’t get to read many superhero movies that have a badass romantic lead”. Forgive the quality, but I think there’s enough there to at least give you an idea of what the trailer looks like. “When we meet him, he is extra of an easy man, dwelling a traditional life”.
We also get a first look at T.J. “Apocalypse” will arrive in USA on May 27. He’ll be doing one more solo movie that will come after X-Men: Apocalypse, and then he’s done.
Dylan O’Brien said his protagonist Thomas is “for the first time feeling defeated and raging”. It’s impressed by Mary Shelley’s novel however advised from Igor’s (Radcliffe) perspective.
ComicBookMovie.com would like to remind us that something else is coming in slightly more than three weeks: the Fantastic Four movie, which opens on August 7. Jordan and Jamie Bell all on hand, along with director Josh Trank and producer Simon Kinberg.
Hardwick made positive to notice the irony of his return for an enormous studio film.
The upcoming “Fantastic Four” reboot, opening August 7, also got a turn in the spotlight, with stars Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B.
Ryan appeared in the 2009 flick X-Men Origins: Wolverine very briefly, and the promise of a Deadpool movie has always been on the cards. “That’s just a natural thing”.