Because baby she’s a firework. So, deal with it.
It’s hard out there for a geek.
We went to see an X-Men burlesque and rap show, and it was actually pretty awesome.
The anonymous British plaintiff, known as John Doe 117, had alleged that Singer and Broadway producer Gary Goddard abused him in London in 2006. He dismissed the case against Singer, but the suit against Goddard remains active.
Sometimes being the bad guy is way more fun.
It’s really such a shame Michael Jackson never got a chance to play Spider-Man.
The director of the X-Men films is being sued by two people: Michael Egan and an anonymous British man identified in court documents only as “John Doe 117.” Singer already moved to have Egan’s case thrown out of court.
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This is the second lawsuit that Michael Egan has voluntarily dismissed since filing four sexual assault complaints against Hollywood executives in April. He could opt to sue Garth Ancier again.
Just remember, life is not a race. It only feels that way.
If you can ace this thing, you probably are a mutant.
For summer reading that breaks glass ceilings.
Face it, nice guys are boring.
Plus an expert panel spills what they know about wine trends, behind the scenes of “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” and 30 things you should know before you turn 30.
From mega-blockbusters (The Avengers!) to junky schlockbusters (The Toxic Avenger!), take this quiz to see how well-versed you are in superhero cinema.
“When do you think you will have some time to hang out?” Michael Egan wrote to a man he later alleged was abusing him. “What’s the plan with the house in Spain…Am I moving in?” Egan’s lawyer calls the emails evidence that Egan was a “compliant victim.”
With his film’s estimated $111 million debut over the four-day Memorial Day holiday, the embattled director finally has some good news.
Producer-screenwriter Simon Kinberg explains why Wolverine was sent back and not Kitty Pryde; how Prof. X came back to life; and what this all means for the future of the X-Men. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS!
Just because they’re an allegory doesn’t make them special. What they’re really fighting for is to maintain the status quo.
Who was that guy? Plus, screenwriter-producer Simon Kinberg on whether Bryan Singer will return to direct X-Men: Apocalypse and more. SPOILERS!
BuzzFeed reviewed the court files of Michael Egan’s first sexual assault lawsuit and found a number of strange and bewildering claims. Some seem to contradict allegations in his suit against Bryan Singer.
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!
Once you know about this pattern, you’ll see it everywhere.
You might want a Superman in the streets, but how about a Batman in the sheets?
Producer Lauren Shuler Donner recently revealed that Tatum landed the role of the popular comic book mutant. But BuzzFeed confirms it won’t be for an X-Men sequel.
“But when worlds collide, said George Pal to his bride, I’m gonna give you some terrible thrills, like a science fiction double feature.”
Known for surrounding himself with beautiful young men, X-Men director Bryan Singer has found his private life under intense scrutiny due to a lawsuit alleging sex abuse. BuzzFeed investigates Singer’s tangled network of power, money, sex, and gay Hollywood.
Attorney Martin Singer called the filing of lawsuit accusing Bryan Singer of sexual abuse last week “reckless and irresponsible.” He said the director was shooting a movie out of the country when the abuse allegedly occurred.