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"X-Men" (2000) ist eine gelungene Comic-Verfilmung...
In einer futuristischen Welt voller Vorurteile gelten Mutanten als gefährliche Andersartige. Aus Angst vor ihren übermenschlichen Fähigkeiten will US-Senator Robert Kelly sie daher allesamt registrieren und am liebsten verbannen lassen. Dieser Plan kommt dem verbitterten Mutanten Magneto gerade recht, der sich mit seinen Helfern auf den finalen Kampf um die Weltherrschaft vorbereitet. Ein Krieg, den die Menschheit eigentlich nur mit Hilfe von Professor Xavier und dessen "guten" Mutanten, genannt "X-Men", gewinnen kann...

Dem Sequel "X2" (2003) gelingt es mit Bravour, die Geschichte von "X-Men" wieder aufzunehmen und den Fans mehr von jenen Dingen zu liefern, die ihnen schon beim ersten Mal gefallen hatten... Unter der ernsthaften Anleitung des bewährten Regisseurs Bryan Singer (u.a. "Superman Returns") fokussiert die zweite Verfilmung der Marvel Comics ihren Blick auf Professor Xavier und die Superhelden-Mutanten aus dem ersten Film, wobei sie gegen Stryker angehen, der einen Hass gegen Mutanten hegt. Dieser hat sich vorgenommen, die Rasse der Mutanten auszulöschen, indem er versucht, Xavier dazu zu bringen, seine telepathischen Fähigkeiten zu missbrauchen....

"X-Men 3" aka "X-Men: The Last Stand" startete am 25. Mai 2006 unter dem Titel "X-Men: Der letzte Widerstand" in den deutschen Kinos !!!

Mit "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" kam am 29. April 2009 der erste "X-Men"-Ableger in die deutschen Kinos - die Dreharbeiten dazu begannen bereits im Januar 2008...
Erzählt wird die Vorgeschichte Logans mit Augenmerk auf seine mysteriöse Vergangenheit, seine komplexe Beziehung zu Victor Creed (Liev Schreiber, u.a. "Der Anschlag", "Scream"-Trilogie) und das ominöse Weapon X-Programm. Der Zuschauer erfährt, wer Wolverine wirklich ist. Woher kommen seine Klingen, sein Adamantium-Skelett und seine Selbstheilungskräfte? Was hat seine Persönlichkeit geprägt? Was steckt hinter seinem inneren Konflikt und seiner Rache?

Ein Sequel zu "Wolverine", sowie das Spin-Off "Deadpool" sind in Vorbereitung !!! Daneben sind auch weitere Spin-Offs, z.B. "Magneto", "Gambit", "The New Mutants" (Arbeitstitel) und - nicht zu vergessen - "X-Men 4" nicht ausgeschlossen... Zunächst kam aber "X-Men: First Class" am 9. Juni 2011 unter dem Titel "X-Men: Erste Entscheidung" in die deutschen Kinos, es folgt das Sequel ""X-Men: Days of Future Past" - unter der Regie von Bryan Singer...



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"X-Men: Erste Entscheidung" auf DVD & Blu-ray Disc !!!
Am 14. Oktober 2011 wird "X-Men: Erste Entscheidung" auf DVD & Blu-ray Disc veröffentlicht...



[31.10.2012] Wie CS! meldet, ist es offiziell: Bryan Singer führt Regie bei "X-Men: Days of Future Past"...

[30.10.2012] Bei CS! gibt es ein Teaser-Poster zu "The Wolverine", plus Video vom Live-Chat mit Hugh Jackman & James Mangold...

[26.10.2012] Empire sprach mit dem "The Wolverine"-Regisseur James Mangold, der meinte bei dem Film würde es sich nicht um ein Prequel handeln...

[20.10.2012] TotalFilm.com sprach mit Mark Millar über das "X-Men: First Class"-Sequel "X-Men: Days of Future Past"...

[11.10.2012] Bei CS! gibt es Bilder vom "The Wolverine"-Set: Svetlana Khodchenkova als Viper...

[08.10.2012] Bei CS! gibt es Bilder vom "The Wolverine"-Set...

[27.09.2012] Bei Newsarama.com meldet, wird Patrick Stewart nach eigener Aussage nochmals die Rolle des Xavier spielen...

[24.09.2012] Auf der offiziellen Facebook-Site zu "The Wolverine" gibt es das erste Szenenbild...

[17.02.2012] MTV sprach mit dem Drehbuchautor und Produzenten des "X-Men: First Class"-Sequels, Simon Kinberg...

[08.02.2012] Wie CS! meldet, soll "The Wolverine" am 26. Juli 2013 in die US-Kinos kommen...

[31.01.2012] Deadline meldet...
[...] Fox has just closed a deal with Matthew Vaughn to come back and direct the sequel to X-Men: First Class, with Simon Kinberg writing the script and Bryan Singer back as producer. [...]

[20.01.2012] IFC sprach mit Michael Fassbender über das "X-Men: First Class"-Sequel...

[15.01.2012] Bleeding Cool meldet...
We’ve been looking at what Rob Liefeld and Scott Lobdell were saying at the Amazing Arizona Comic Con last weekend over on the left hand side of Bleeding Cool. But the bit about the Deadpool movie probably deserves to move over to the right hand site. [...]
"They’ve got a great director on the movie, they’ve got a great script. I may or may have not seen some sort of test of footage that would blow your mind if you saw it and go holy crap and that’s Deadpool in costume. Katana swords, guns, shooting people’s faces off and making me laugh. And I may or may not have seen something that looks just like that. And you’ve got what would amount to the first R Rated X-Men movie. Because that script is R Rated.
They may or may not have wanted to shoot eight minutes to see how it would play. And all I can tell you, it’s close. It’s closer that it’s even been to going, or going Naaah, that’s too scary a proposition to make a R Rated Deadpool movie."


[11.01.2012] CS!/SHH! sprach mit Michael Fassbender über das "X-Men: First Class"-Sequel...
[...] "I have no choice. They contracted me for two options. I gotta get down with it," he joked. "We're at the ground level, but yeah I think there's going to be another one." [...]

[30.11.2011] CS! sprach mit Tom Rothman von FOX...
[...] we got around to talking about Fox's two successful franchise reboots this year, Rise of the Planet of the Apes and X-Men: First Class.
Rothman confirmed to us that they plan on continuing on from both movies and they're going to try to get both Rupert Wyatt and Matthew Vaughn back to direct once they get the scripts together. "Both of them were really great scripts and so we have to be sure to get great scripts again," Rothman said. "We're working hard on the scripts for both of them, but we have every hope of moving forward with them." [...]


[30.10.2011] CS! zitiert aus einem Interview mit dem "The Wolverine"-Regisseur James Mangold...

[11.10.2011] CS! meldet...
With the highly-anticipated franchise sequel, The Wolverine, finally set to film next year, MTV caught up with leading man Hugh Jackman to chat about what fans can expect. While the previous film, X-Men Origins: Wolverine landed a PG-13 rating, Jackman says that a plan may go through that would allow director James Mangold to shoot for two different cuts.
"There's such great temptation to make an R-rated 'Wolverine'," he says, "I've always felt that. I know a lot of fans would like that. I totally get it. If there was ever a superhero that was going to be R-rated, it's Wolverine. However, in the last ten years, I've also met many, many 12, 13, dare I say 10, 14, 15 year-olds who, for them, Wolverine is not just cool, you see it in their eyes. He's everything to them. So my thing is -- which James Mangold and I talked about -- is let's not put it off the table. There's even a talk of us doing two versions, as in finding a way for us to do both as you shoot it, which could be really cool. But you need to have a really good reason to exclude those fans." [...]


[09.09.2011] CS! zitiert Lauren Shuler Donner bzgl. kommender "X-Men"-Filme...
With X-Men: First Class hitting DVD and Blu-ray tomorrow, producer Lauren Shuler Donner has been making the press rounds and has dropped a number of hints to various outlets about her upcoming Marvel projects that include The Wolverine, Deadpool and a potential sequel to First Class.
"It's much more of a standalone [movie]," Donner told HitFix about The Wolverine's connection to 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine, "...[We want] to distinguish it from the other one... I'm not sure when we'll start. Maybe summer 2012 we'll start shooting. It's based on Hugh [Jackman]'s schedule, frankly. When he's available, we'll film. ...He's doing 'Les Miserables', and then he has to come and train for us. So it's all dependent on him."
Deadpool, meanwhile, is being prepared in tandem.
"We're working on getting it ready," she continued, "and presenting some things to the studio, cause we're gonna give it a little bit of a different look. It's a different kind of movie. If you know 'Deadpool' ...it's true to 'Deadpool'. So you know, it'll be violent, and outrageous, and funny, and all that."
Donner also confirmed to I Am Rogue that Ryan Reynolds would reprise his role as the title character.
"With Ryan absolutely," she said, "Can you see anybody else in it?"
Also confirmed (to Total Film) is that director Tim Miller is still attached and that the tone of the project will be something very different from the character's first on-screen appearance in X-Men Origins.
"[H]e was treated totally wrong in the Wolverine film and yes we will redeem him," Donner said, "...We have a few more things to do and then it's up to the studio to decide whether we're going to go forward or not."
As for a First Class followup, Donner told Hitfix that discussions have begun and the hope is to have Matthew Vaughn return as director. When Home Media Magazine asked whether or not fan-favorites like Cyclops or Jean might make an appearance, Donner offered only an optimistic tease.
"Maybe," she said, "Let's just say, I hope so."


[02.09.2011] CS! meldet...
Still without a confirmed start date for production, 20th Century Fox's The Wolverine has brought aboard Mark Bomback for rewrite duties. Variety has the update, claiming that the Live Free or Die Hard scribe will take on Christopher McQuarrie's original script.
The film, a sequel to 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine is said to have a heavy focus on Japan, inspired by Frank Miller and Chris Claremont's 1982 miniseries.
Bomback's upcoming writing credits include Jack the Giant Killer and Total Recall, the former of which features rewrites by McQuarrie.
Though nothing is set in stone as far as production goes, The Wolverine will hopefully begin filming in early 2012.


[19.08.2011] VancouverSun.com meldet...
Hugh Jackman and the cast of Wolverine 2 will be heading to Vancouver in November to round up a star-studded year of Hollywood blockbusters filmed here in B.C.
Filming of the action flick is set to take place Nov. 11 to March 1, 2012 at Canadian Motion Picture Park in Burnaby, where scenes from Twilight, Supernatural and Fantastic Four were filmed.
This is the latest in a string of blockbusters to film scenes in Hollywood North. [...]


[16.06.2011] Deadline meldet...
James Mangold is 20th Century Fox's and star Hugh Jackman's choice to direct The Wolverine, ending one of the most competitive contests among directors for a major studio film. Negotiations are about to get underway, but I'm told that Mangold will take the helming job on the sequel to the X-Men spinoff film, a post that became vacant when Darren Aronofsky dropped out of the film in March. I'd heard that Mangold was on a very short list coming into this week, along with Warrior director Gavin O'Connor and Brooklyn's Finest helmer Antoine Fuqua.
I've heard that Fox will look to start principal photography in the fall. Scripted by Christopher McQuarrie, The Wolverine takes place mostly in Japan. Mangold most recently directed the Tom Cruise-Cameron Diaz starrer Knight and Day for Fox, and before that 3:10 to Yuma and Walk the Line. [...]


[13.06.2011] EW berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
[...] In second place, X-Men: First Class fell a somewhat alarming 65 percent for $7.6 million. The mutant action film is on pace for a $25 million weekend, which would give it a two-week total of about $99 million. By comparison, the prior four X-Men movies had accumulated an average of $138 million by their second weekends. [...]

[09.06.2011] Heute startet "X-Men: Erste Entscheidung" in den deutschen Kinos...

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