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First Posters For ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’ Spotlight New And Old Xavier And Magneto

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This weekend's X-Men: Days of Future Past panel at Comic-Con featured four actors who play two mutants: Patrick Stewart and James McAvoy, who have portrayed Professor Charles Xavier in four combined films, and Sir Ian McKellen and Michael Fassbender, two actors who've starred as the mutant revolutionary Magneto. Following that, in a clever bit of advertising, 20th Century Fox has released the first two promotional posters for the upcoming X-Men: First Class sequel, with one being a split image of Stewart and McAvoy's respective Xaviers, and the other showcasing McKellen and Fassbender. You can check them both out below.

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‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Character Portraits Mix The Old And The New

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For X-Men: Days of Future Past, everything old is new again. (And maybe vice-versa.) A set of character portraits -- mostly for characters we've seen, such as Professor X, Wolverine and Magneto, one for Bishop, who's making his movie debut -- hit the comics Internet this week. They offer up a glimpse of the new costumes the movie will feature, as well as a look at the new and old versions of Wolvie. The X-Men DoFP Tumblr has also uploaded some new images of Trask Industries logo and its new Sentinel model.

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NMA Animates Ian McKellen Officiating Patrick Stewart’s Wedding [Video]

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Responding to yesterday's news that Sir Ian "Magneto/Gandalf" McKellen will be officiating Sir Patrick "Professor X/Jean-Luc Picard" Stewart's wedding to his fiancee, singer Sunny Ozell, Taiwanese animation machine NMA has put together a report fit for fans of, well, everything remotely kinda nerdy. In fact, it may be the most X-citing thing the duo appear in together until X-Men

ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘TMNT’ (2007), Part One

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Chris Sims: Hello everyone, and welcome back to ComicsAlliance's series of in-depth reviews of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles films! Today, we're starting in on our final entry, 2007's TMNT.

Matt Wilson: It was only after we started doing these reviews and people began

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Patrick Stewart Teases Return To X-Men Movie Franchise

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He may have just died (again) in the comic books, but Professor Charles Xavier looks set to live on on the big screen, if a tease from the man who plays him is anything to go by. Yes, Sir Patrick Stewart seems to have given the game away that we'll see him return as everyone's favorite bald telepath before too long.Newsarama has the story that Stew

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘X-Men 3: The Last Stand’ (2006), Part One

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In our latest series of super-hero movie reviews, Chris Sims and Matt Wilson take on the films chosen by you, the readers: X-Men!

Chris Sims: Hello everyone and welcome back to ComicsAlliance's in-depth review of the X-Men film franchise! Some of you may be wondering why we took the last week off, and while we have plenty of legitimate excuses, it really just comes down to the fact that we needed an extra week to brace ourselves for this one: Today, we start in with X-Men 3: The Last Stand.

Matt Wilson: I seem to have made myself pre-emptively sick with a cold this week out of fear of watching it ag

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘X2: X-Men United’ (2003), Part Two

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In our latest series of super-hero movie reviews, Chris Sims and Matt Wilson take on the films chosen by you, the readers: X-Men!

Chris Sims: Welcome back to our discussion of X2: X-Men United, the super-hero movie with twice as many X-es in the title than the leading brand! When we last left off, Professor X was in dire straits, Pyro had just blown up a bunch of police cars, and everyone was having a pretty rough time.

Matt Wilson: They couldn't be more divided, Chris! How will they unite in the next hour? I'm in such suspen

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘X2: X-Men United’ (2003), Part One

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In our latest series of super-hero movie reviews, Chris Sims and Matt Wilson take on the films chosen by you, the readers: X-Men!

Chris Sims: Welcome back to ComicsAlliance's in-depth review of the X-Men film series, everyone! This week, we're starting in on X-Men 2 -- or to use its proper (and extremely stupid) title, X2: X-Men United.

Matt Wilson: I guess for some reason 20th Century Fox thought calling a summer action movie "X2: God Loves, Man Kill

ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘X-Men’ (2000), Part Two

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In our latest series of super-hero movie reviews, Chris Sims and Matt Wilson take on the films chosen by you, the readers: X-Men!

Chris Sims: Welcome back to ComicsAlliance's review of X-Men! When we last left off, Senator Kelly had just been turned into a jellyfish-man with no butt-crack, and Magneto had kidnapped Rogue for use in his dastardly plan! Join us now for the second half, as things really stop making sense.

Matt Wilson: That's right! In an insane twist, this becomes a Talking Heads concert film. OK, maybe

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘X-Men’ (2000), Part One

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In our latest series of super-hero movie reviews, we take on the films chosen by you, the readers: X-Men!

Chris Sims: I was convinced that the Punisher franchise or Jean-Claude Van Damme's Street Fighter was going to win, but when we let our readers vote on which film series would be the next subject of ComicsAlliance's in-depth review series, the response was overwhelming: The X-Men won in a landslide victory with 56% of the vote -- presumably because our readers wanted to subject us to the ultimate horror that is X-Men 3: The Last Stand.

Matt Wilson: How'd Uzumeri weasel his way out of that one? And why am I being punished for his transgr

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