X-Men Origins: Magneto

(2013)

A look at the early life of Eric Lensherr and his friendship with Charles Xavier. The spinoff will follow a young Magneto (played in the original trilogy by Ian McKellen) discovering if his powers are real or not and the journey of his survival as a young man and how the one-time allies became mortal enemies.

Ian McKellan Talks ‘The Hobbit’ and ‘Magneto’ Spin-Off

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X-Men Origins: Magneto was released in 2013.

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The Producer of ‘X-Men Origins: Magneto’ Updates Us on the Film

We recently announced here that there was some movement on X-Men Origins: Magneto, with a synopsis being released to Production Weekly. Well, now Lauren Shuler Donner, producer behind the X-Men films spoke to Empire Online about the future of X-Men Origins: Magneto, and what the success (or failure) of X-Men Origins: Wolverine might mean for the film.

X-Men Origins: Magneto was released in 2013.

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Want Some Hints About What to Expect with ‘X-Men Origins: Magneto’?

As we get closer to the release date for X-Men Origins: Wolverine, fans may be wondering about the other prequel film proposed starring one of the main characters from X-Men - in this case, the Mutant Master of Magnetism, Magneto. Well, Aaron Sims, character designer for X-Men Origins: Magneto recently told MTV a bit about what fans could expect from the film if it gets greenlit.

Fortunately, for Sims, X-Men Origins: Magneto director David Goyer has a whole slate of projects ahead of him before he gets to Magneto. (Goyer is currently slated to direct The Invisible Man, SuperMax and Baltimore, or The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire) Why is this fortunate? Because Sims has a full slate as well, including another superhero - Green Lantern.

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‘Transformers 2’ and ‘X-Men Origins: Magneto’ to Film in Washington, D.C.

Many movies have action that takes place in Washington D.C. - it's a great way to show how severe a situation is, and the upcoming Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is one of the films that is currently seeking approval to film in the city. An article by Politico.com which lists films seeking approval reveals an interesting fact however - apparently Fox is still moving forward with plans for the production of X-Men Origins: Magneto.

X-Men Origins: Magneto is listed among a series of films that are seeking approval for filming through the city's Office of Motion Picture and TV Development. Other movies that are mentioned in the list include Our Brand is Crisis, W, Lincoln, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Farragut North and First Man.

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The Beast Meets ‘Magneto’?

Latino Review happened on an interesting photo while visiting the Hellboy II: The Golden Army creature effects shop. It seems that Beast A.K.A. Hank McCoy is making a special appearance in Magneto, 20th Century Fox's X-Men spin-off.

Magneto is directed by David S. Goyer, and takes a look at the early life of Eric Lensherr and his friendship with Charles Xavier. The spinoff will follow a young Magneto (played in the original trilogy by Ian McKellen) discovering if his powers are real or not and the journey of his survival as a young man and how the one-time allies became mortal enemies.

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David Goyer on ‘Magneto’ and ‘The Invisible Man’

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The Invisible Man was released in 2010.

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