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.
Time to find out whether you’re a badass spy like Black Widow, a genius like Kitty Pryde, or a straight-up goddess like Wonder Woman.
Marc Collins-Rector, accused of hosting parties where Hollywood executives sexually abused boys, was the founder of a company that produced Chad’s World, a pilot about a sexually confused teenage boy who moved into a California mansion with three men.
Max Wittert imagines Scott and Jean using their power for mundane domestic squabbles and they’re hilarious.
Singer’s publicist released a statement on April 24 confirming this story.
Marc Collins-Rector — who allegedly hosted parties where he, Bryan Singer, and others sexually abused teenage boys — was sued in 2000 by three people for sexual abuse. One of them was Alexander Burton, who played Pyro in the first X-Men movie.
Everything you need to know about the lawsuit alleging that the X-Men: Days of Future Past director drugged and sexually abused an underage boy in 1999.
The director’s representative has called the lawsuit “absurd and defamatory.”
Corporate dealmaking led to the teaser for X-Men: Days of Future Past appearing at the end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but Fox and Sony will not be uniting Marvel Comics’ web-slinger and mutant superheroes.
While director Bryan Singer said last December that the actress “won’t appear” in the film, Fox confirms to BuzzFeed that Paquin’s character Rogue has made the final cut.
This is like finding out which college you get accepted into, but with superpowers.
X-Men: Days of Future Past isn’t even in theaters yet — in fact there are just a couple really awesome trailers to appease the public at the moment — but that hasn’t stopped a super-talented fan from showing the world what the movie could be if only they had cast LEGO instead of those pesky humans.
Something tells me this is not going to end well.
Comic books have become increasingly important to Hollywood, but the community of artists and fans remains relatively small — and mostly ignored by mainstream media. Pat Loika is the industry’s beloved hybrid podcast host/journalist/superfan/convention photographer, with enough influence that artists sometimes draw him into their books.
It’s time to find out exactly what kind of mutant you really are.
With great quiz comes great responsibility.
The autumn 1994 issue of Totally Kids magazine is really a trip down memory lane. It was also a very subtle way to get kids to watch Fox Kids programming.
The X-Men fight for equality, but mutants are not all created equal.
Because nothing made you want to eat processed foods more than a cartoon face.
Here’s everything you need to know about one of the X-Men’s most famous villains, and why bringing him to the big screen may be a great idea for the future of the franchise.
Or GIFset.That’s it, that’s the movie.
Since 2008, Marvel Studios’ eight movies have grossed $5 billion in global box office, all thanks to one simple, radical invention: the mega-franchise. Can Hollywood catch up? And should they?
Cyclops has “lead” the X-Men on and off for over 40 years. However, over that same period he has managed to become one of the most disliked “heroes” in the Marvel Universe.
Mike Alcantara is an artist from Austin, Texas whose detailed cut and paste collages pay tribute to the heroes of geekdom.
Plus the most epic mustaches ever, a tribute to Edna Krabappel, and 50 of the most challenging novels ever.
Young Professor X and Magneto, meet your future selves. And Wolverine, meet your… current self?
So much is happening in such a short amount of time!
Costume changes! New powers! Even a death! And that’s just ONE of them.