SPOILERS: A Member of the Original Five X-Men from All New X-Men Comes Out of the Closet

There be trouble in paradise as people are now talking about this week's All New X-Men # 40 and the controversial outing of one of the original five or "O5" X-Men. We love you so much that we decided to spoil it already. Well at the deeper end of this article anyway.      …

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X-MEN APOCALYPSE – Singer Cast Newcomer as Jubilee

On his Instagram account, Director Bryan Singer introduced newcomer actress Lana Condor as Jubilee in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse. In the previous X-Men movies, Jubilee was seen as a cameo character. In the first X-Men film, she was played by Katrina Florece. While the sequel, X2: X-Men United, she was played by Kea Wong (who…

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FIRST LOOK – Kotobukiya Artfx+ Cyclops

At last year's New York Comic Con (NYCC 2014), Japanese toy maker Kotobukiya officially announced their next line-up for the Marvel NOW! ArtFX+ 1/10th Scale Statue series. Following the release of the Avengers series made up of 6 well-known Avengers (Capt. America, Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Hawkeye & Hulk), this time they showcased 7 members…

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Kodi Smit-McPhee is the new Nightcrawler!

Despite Bryan Singer's vagueness on the subject and Alan Cumming's noticeable absence from both X-Men: The Last Stand and X-Men: Days of Future Past,  one of the most beloved mutants is now returning to the big screen! The blue-skinned mutant will now be played by franchise newcomer Kodi Smit-McPhee (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, ParaNorman) who will…

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Brian Michael Bendis to Leave X-Men after Uncanny X-Men # 600

Marvel architect and writer Brian Michael Bendis has officially announced that he will be leaving the X-Men books after Uncanny X-Men # 600 around April-May. There's no controversy as to why he's leaving the books (All New X-Men and Uncanny X-Men) other than to work on other Marvel projects. He was candid enough and sarcastic…

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Fox to Develop Fantastic Four and X-Men Crossover Movie

Fox will apparently pursue a Fantastic Four/X-Men team-up movie, according to The Daily Beast. It comes -- as has basically every seemingly-big story this week -- from e-mails leaked from top Sony executives who, while they aren't directly connected to many of the films being reported on, are in discussions with filmmakers and executives who…

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