As we wrote previously, Marvel and 20th Century Fox, apparently emboldened by the very positive reaction of critics to early screenings of X-Men: First Class, have been releasing more and more material to whet the public's appetite for the new mutant movie. These conceptual pieces offer a glimpse into the filmmaking process, with especially cool paintings of Emma Frost and Angel. Check them o
Given the overwhelmingly positive reaction to early screenings of X-Men: First Class, it's no wonder 20th Century Fox has taken some bold promotional steps and released more footage and other material from the film, which is of course based on the beloved Marvel Comics superheroes. This week the studio released not one, no
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As many X-Men: First Class video clips that have cropped up online recently, sometimes fans just want a good ol' fashioned still image or 40 to properly absorb the cinematic looks of their favorite (and in some cases, least favorite) merry mutants. Twentieth Century Fox has most definitely obliged such desires today with the release of a few dozen stills shining the spotlight on Emma Frost, Azazel, Mystiq
Architectural Digest released this week a series of images -- some of them never-before-seen -- of sets and locations from X-Men: First Class. Based on the classic superhero Marvel Comics team, the film is meant to be set in the early 1960s, and AD spoke to First Class Production Designer Chris Seagers about the period flourishes seen in the movie. Y
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