Bryan Singer’s was said to have beeb so “incapacitated” on the set of X-Men 2 that he caused an injury to Hugh Jackman.
When 20th Century Fox greenlit the first X-Men movie, it was taking a leap into the unknown – and it was doing so on a tight budget. Simon Brew digs into the story…
Christopher Nolan's reps have denied that he bans chairs from his movie sets, after Anne Hathaway let slip the director requires his cast and crew to be working at all times.
Hugh Jackman is lining up to play automotive icon Enzo Ferrari in the new biopic being made by director Michael Mann.
Director James Mangold would be shocked if Hugh Jackman decided to return as Wolverine.
Hugh Jackman has attracted acclaim for his portrayal of disgraced school superintendent Frank Tassone in 'Bad Education'.
It was Scottish actor Dougray Scott – not Hugh Jackman – who was all set to play Wolverine in the X-Men movies, beginning with Bryan Singer's first foray back in 2000.
The Wolverine star said it took "years of sweat and steamed chicken" to get in shape for "the role of a lifetime".
A boy whose mother posted a now-viral video about her son being bullied at school now has Wolverine and Luke Skywalker at his back.
If Taron Egerton is secretly in negotiations to play Wolverine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he's doing a good job hiding it.
'Official Secrets' director Gavin Hood says he 'learned a lot' while making 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine', but he has some regrets as well.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige looked specifically to James Magold's 'Logan' as a touchstone for 'Endgame'.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix is now in cinemas and its likely to be the last movie with this cast and crew involved.The franchise has had its ups and downs over the last 19 years but it is still one of the most iconic superhero sagas on screen.Read more: Evan Peters unhappy with Dark Phoenix appearanceHowever, some of the movies deserve more acclaim than the others so here is a definitive ranking of all 12 released so far.
British born-director Chris Butler describes the film as "Indiana Jones meets Sherlock Holmes meets Planes, Trains and Automobiles".
"The moment I went and started acting school, not knowing I would have a career, was the first moment I felt like I'd found my tribe," the 50-year-old actor explains.