Channing Tatum Exits X-Men Spinoff ‘Gambit’ According to Reports


The Wrap is reporting that Channing Tatum is planning to exit the upcoming X-Men spinoff, Gambit amidst concern about the budget according to sources. This comes as director Rupert Wyatt planned to begin filming in October. Screen tests for the film’s female lead are underway with Blue is the Warmest ColorLea Seydoux among the actresses reading for the part.

Tatum recently surprised attendees by showing up at Fox’s X-Men panel at San Diego Comic Con.

More as it becomes available

Gambit is scheduled for release October 7, 2016

Fox Has Big Plans for It’s X-Men & Fantastic Four Franchises in 2018


Latino Review is reporting that Fox has big plans for it’s Fantastic Four and the X-Men franchises. The current plan is to have a crossover film that features the X-Men and the Fantastic Four released in 2018. Now this is assuming that the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot doesn’t bomb at the box office, which is very possible, but as of now this is Fox’s plan.

Fox is weighing all options regarding it’s comic franchises. They are watching what Marvel and DC are doing and want to create their own Cinematic Universe.

More as it becomes available.

New & Returning to HBOGO – ‘X-Men’ ‘Young Frankenstein’ ‘The Great Gatsby’

hbogo-logo_featureIt’s that time again! Here’s the new stuff to HBO and what’s returning.

Name Expiring
12 Years a Slave 5/16/2015
A Good Woman n/a
About Time 7/31/2015 Returning
The Amazing Catfish 6/30/2015
Battle for Terra 5/31/2015 Returning
Before Night Falls 6/30/2015
Before Sunset 6/30/2015 Returning
Being Flynn 6/30/2015 Returning
Best In Show n/a
The Beverly Hillbillies 6/30/2015
Bogus 5/31/2015
Bull Durham 6/21/2015
Catch a Fire 10/31/2015
Class Act 8/31/2015 Returning
Contact 9/30/2015
The Cure n/a
De-Lovely 7/31/2015
Deck the Halls 7/31/2015
Desk Set 7/31/2015
Dirty War n/a
Doctor Zhivago 8/31/2015 Returning
Dolphin Tale 2 n/a
Emma n/a
Empire 5/31/2015
Ender’s Game 8/31/2015 Returning
Eye For An Eye 8/31/2015
Eyewitness 6/30/2015
Fellow Traveller n/a
The Fever n/a
Fflolkes n/a
For a Good Time, Call… 6/21/2015 Returning
The Great Gatsby 5/31/2015 Returning
He Got Game 6/21/2015
I Dreamed of Africa 7/31/2015 Returning
In & Out n/a
In the Mouth of Madness 6/30/2015 Returning
Jersey Boys n/a
King Kong 6/14/2015 Returning
Kuffs 6/30/2015
The Lake House 6/30/2015
The Last of the Blonde Bombshells 8/31/2015
Leap Year 6/27/2015 Returning
Life Is Beautiful n/a
Little Shop of Horrors 6/30/2015 Returning
Living Out Loud 5/31/2015 Returning
Love and a .45 n/a
Lovely & Amazing 6/30/2015
The Magnificent Seven 5/31/2015
Mary and Martha n/a
Mr Nice Guy 10/31/2015 Returning
Must Love Dogs 7/31/2015
Narrow Margin 7/31/2015 Returning
Next of Kin 6/30/2015 Returning
Night at the Museum n/a
Nothing to Lose 6/21/2015
Oh, God! 6/30/2015
Oh, God! Book II 6/30/2015
Oh, God! You Devil 6/30/2015
Once Around 5/31/2015
Picture This n/a
Pleasantville 9/30/2015 Returning
Prime 6/26/2015 Returning
The Producers: The Movie Musical n/a
Pure Luck 6/30/2015 Returning
Queen of the Damned 10/31/2015
Restraint 9/30/2015
The Return of the Musketeers n/a
Save the Last Dance 9/30/2015
Scary Movie 6/21/2015
Serial Mom n/a
Shout 6/30/2015 Returning
Star Trek: First Contact 6/30/2015 Returning
Stop! or My Mom Will Shoot 6/30/2015 Returning
The Story of Us 6/30/2015 Returning
Talk Radio n/a
Tequila Sunrise 6/21/2015
That Thing You Do! 8/31/2015
Hangover Part III 5/31/2015 Returning
Thelma & Louise 5/31/2015 Returning
The Trouble With Spies 6/30/2015
The Truth About Cats & Dogs 5/31/2015 Returning
Twilight Zone: The Movie 7/31/2015
Two of a Kind 6/30/2015
The Upside of Anger 6/30/2015 Returning
Uptown Girls 10/31/2015
Walk of Shame n/a Returning
White Oleander 6/30/2015
X-Men n/a
X-Men: Days of Future Past n/a
The Year of Living Dangerously 6/21/2015
Young Frankenstein 6/21/2015 Returning

Full List of DC and Marvel Releases Thru 2020


With the announcement of the Spider-Man acquisition, many have wondered how it will affect the release schedule moving forward…well…I have compiled a comprehensive list of the release dates of all the future DC and Marvel projects for your viewing pleasure…

May 1: Avengers: Age of Ultron (Marvel Studios)
July 17: Ant-Man (Marvel Studios)
August 7: Fantastic Four (Fox)

February 12: Deadpool (Fox)
March 25: Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice (Warner Bros)
May 6: Captain America: Civil War (Marvel Studios)
May 27: X-Men: Apocalypse (Fox)
August 5: Suicide Squad (Warner Bros)
October 7: Gambit (Fox)
November 4: Doctor Strange (Marvel Studios)
March 3: Untitled Wolverine sequel (Fox)
May 5: Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (Marvel Studios)
June 2: Fantastic Four 2 (Fox)
June 23: Wonder Woman (Warner Bros)
July 28:  Spider-Man 3 (Sony/Marvel)
November 3: Thor: Ragnarok (Marvel Studios) *new date*
November 17: Justice League, Part 1 (Warner Bros)

March 23: The Flash (Warner Bros)
May 4: Avengers: Infinity War, Part 1 (Marvel Studios)
July 6: Black Panther (Marvel Studios) *new date*
July 13: Untitled Fox Marvel film
July 27: Aquaman (Warner Bros)
November 2: Captain Marvel (Marvel Studios) *new date*

April 5: Shazam (Warner Bros)
May 3: Avengers: Infinity War, Part 2 (Marvel Studios)
June 14: Justice League, Part 2 (Warner Bros)
July 12: Inhuman (Marvel Studios) *new date*

April 3: Cyborg (Warner Bros)
June 19: Green Lantern (Warner Bros)

**All previously announced Sony Spider-Man spin-offs, including The Sinister Six, scheduled for Nov. 11, 2016, have been removed from the schedule.

‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Has Cast Their Villain!


Variety is reporting that Oscar Isaac is close to signing on to play En Sabah Nur aka Apocalypse in the 2016 film.

Little is known regarding the film, although, it is said it will be set in the 1980s and will reportedly feature younger versions of familiar X-Men from the first films, including Cyclops, Jean Grey and Storm. The film is expected to feature all cast members from      X-Men: Days of Future Past including Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and James McAvoy.

X-Men and X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer will return to direct the anticipated film. The director is quoted as saying “‘Apocalypse’ will have more of the mass destruction that ‘X-Men’ films, to date.”

X-Men: Apocalypse is expected in theaters on May 27, 2016.