GO TO THE DOG PARK WITH. Cool it pervs.
Surprise bitch, I bet you thought you’d seen the last of me.
Excuse me while I watch Captain America rip this log in half.
Great things come in small packages.
A lifelong X-Men comics fan and a comic book dilettante debate director Bryan Singer’s latest film, which finds the mutants traveling through time to prevent their extinction (and the internal logic that comes with that). WARNING: Minor spoilers ahead!
The Green Lantern star gets serious in Cannes kidnap drama The Captive, but it’s James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain’s The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby that’s the better portrait of loss.
What rhymes with “finger guns”?
You might need to take a minute.
Young Professor X and Magneto, meet your future selves. And Wolverine, meet your… current self?
Time to take a trip down memory lane.
Irvine Welsh’s most depraved novel has been turned into a film starring James McAvoy. Here’s a sneak peek.
Sherlock Holmes, Margaery Tyrell, Rupert Giles/King Uther, and Professor X walk into a recording studio…
The actor sure knows how to lie about.
Because everyone hated what was released by the studio, Super Punch asked their readers to do a better job designing posters for “X-Men: First Class.” Here are but a few selections from that contest which demonstrate that the marketing department at 20th Century Fox is vastly overpaid.
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Jon Hamm, James McAvoy, and Minnie Driver thank their favorite teachers.
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