X-Men: The Last Stand
The X-Men movie universe is still going strong, and the villains have played a huge part of why Fox had such a successful franchise on their hands!
The X-Men film franchise has shifted in quality a lot. But why? Could it be the way their villains are written? CBR explores.
Even though Professor X created the X-Men, he's still done some pretty awful things. We countdown his 15 worst acts, ending with his most atrocious!
The franchise can showcase Jackman, Stewart, and McKellen, but it can't escape the shadow of these 15 awful acting jobs.
X-Men: The Last Stand co-star Anna Paquin has corroborated the abuse that Ellen Page allegedly suffered at the hands of Brett Ratner.
Ellen Page details the homophobic verbal abuse she suffered under X-Men: The Last Stand director and Rush Hour helmer Brett Ratner.
Professor X has died an annoyingly impossible amount of times, and we found 14 of his most famous "deaths" and 1 that's actually sticking.
Paramount and Bad Robot's third Trek movie isn't the first to suffer production woes. From Alien 3 to Ghostbusters 3, check out the other notable sequels that hit the skids.
The actor came close to playing Gambit in Brett Ratner's 2006 film, but then the character was written out of the script.
Simon Kinberg explains how the upcoming X-Men movie will affect the timelines of the first three films.
If Screenwriter Simon Kinberg wants to make up for a previous X-Men film's flaws, here are five places to start.
X-Men: The Last Stand screenwriter Zak Penn, whose script for The Avengers was tossed out by Joss Whedon, now says the director's version "turned out better": "I think he did a fantastic job."