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Robert Patrick is the man with a plan in an exclusive Last Rampage clip

I'll be honest, one thing I admire about criminals is their seemingly unwavering confidence. Whether their looking to rob a bank, double-cross their supplier, or engage a battalion of armed officers, they do so with a stiff back and a sure step. Not me, man. Truth be told, I'm something of a wuss when it comes to the law. My Aunt Tish once gave me some very sound advice that...
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Meet the mutants of The Gifted with nine new video promos

Soon, Fox's X-MEN-related TV series, THE GIFTED, will arrive, and introduce fans of comic book entertainment to a group of new mutants. I've had my eye on this program since its inception, and now that promotional materials are beginning to roll out, it's been rather interesting to see how it's shaping up. Today, the show's official Twitter account tweeted out nine...
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Marvel casts Amy Acker as its female lead for Fox's untitled x-men pilot

Do you hear that? It's the sound of fanboys and girls rejoicing in the streets as it's just been announced that A PERSON OF INTEREST and ANGEL actress Amy Acker will star as the female lead in Fox and Marvel's Untitled X-Men pilot. That's right, true believers! Also joining the mutant mayhem will be BUNHEADS actress Emma Dumont and BETWEEN actor Percy Hynes White. This...
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Gotham's Natalie Alyn Lind cast in key role for Fox's Untitled X-Men pilot

I swear, if we don't get an official title for Fox and Marvel's Untitled X-Men pilot soon, I'm going to lose my damn mind. Here, I'll even do my part to expedite the process by offering a few suggestions. How about X-MEN: EXILED, or X-MEN: OUTCAST? Not too shabby, huh? You can just make my check out to "Cash", Fox and Marvel, please and thank...
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X-Men - From Page To Screen (video)

First appearing in X-Men #1 in September 1963, Marvel's X-Men have remained a staple on the comic shelves for decades, while making a successful transition to the big screen in 2000 with director Bryan Singer 's X-MEN. It was one of the first films that ushered in the modern era of superhero films and helped to prove that it can be done at a time when Hollywood wasn't...
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Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: X-Men Apocalypse Special

Some cliche somewhere said that 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' This has proven to be the case for me and especially when it comes to fan art. I have always sought out great fan art and have wanted to share it with as many people as possible. "Awesome Artwork We've Found Around The Net" is the outlet for that passion. In this column I will showcase the kick-ass...
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Rob Zombie to helm Groucho Marx biopic Raised Eyebrows

Deadline is reporting Rob Zombie and Cold Iron Pictures’ Miranda Bailey have acquired the rights to the Steve Stoliar memoir Raised Eyebrows: My Years Inside Groucho’s House , and THE LORDS OF SALEM director and heavy metaler is attached to helm the planned film. LOVE & MERCY and THE QUIET ONES screenwriter Oren Moverman has been tapped to write the script....
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Rumor: A live-action X-Men TV series could be in development

I suppose it was only a matter of time before the hugely popular X-MEN joined the long list of television superhero adaptations. Marvel has Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, DC has Flash and Arrow, and now the rumor circulating is that Fox Studios could be developing a live-action X-MEN show. You may remember back in April writer/producer Simon Kinberg said it would sense if this were to...
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X-Men writer Chris Claremont once envisioned Bob Hoskins playing Wolverine

After the sad news of the passing of actor Bob Hoskins the other day, many have been recollecting about the cinematic career he had and the numerous roles he put his stamp on. The fiery actor had the ability to growl his way through every scene like a hard-ass with a heart of gold. But, I never would have ever thought of him for the role of Wolverine. Back in 2012, during a...
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Rob Zombie and Bret Easton Ellis team up for TV series on the Manson Family

I wouldn't say Rob Zombie is a "fan" of Charles Manson, but he did sample a Mason family member's voice for one of his songs, and has the Manson X carved in his head when performing with his band. Clearly Zombie was inspired just a little bit by Charles Manson, and now he'll be directing a television series involving the Manson family. The Wrap is...
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Review: The Lords of Salem

PLOT: A radio DJ living in Salem unwittingly becomes part of a plot to resurrect a coven of witches killed centuries ago. REVIEW: Rob Zombie gets his ROSEMARY’S BABY on in THE LORDS OF SALEM, which ditches the rocker-director’s trademark hillbilly-horror aesthetic for something a little more restrained - well, restrained for Zombie. And while LORDS seems like the...
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Exclusive 1:1 Interview With Lords of Salem Director Rob Zombie Part 2 of 2

Rob Zombie is a busy guy. Not only is his new film THE LORDS OF SALEM casting its spell in theatres this Friday, he has a few other projects in the works. The musician/director has recently released a book based on the original screenplay of the feature also entitled THE LORDS OF SALEM. And for all his music fans, his new record “Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor” will be...
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