In "X-Men: The Last Stand," the final chapter in the "X-Men" motion picture trilogy, a "cure" for mutancy threatens to alter the course of history. For the first time, mutants have a choice: retain their uniqueness, though it isolates and alienates them, or give up their powers and become human. The opposing viewpoints of mutant leaders Charles Xavier, who preaches tolerance, and Magneto, who believes in the survival of the fittest, are put to the ultimate test - triggering the war to end all wars.
Bryan Singer Eyeing Another X-Men Bryan Singer is looking to make another X-Men movie with Twentieth Century Fox, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Singer made X-Men and X2: X-Men United, but passed on the third installment so he could make X-Men: The Last Stand. South African filmmaker Gavin Hood made another spin-off, X-Men Origins: Wolverine which was released earlier this year.Read More
Fox Home Video has a busy 2007 ahead of itself...
Continuing its industry leadership role and unwavering commitment to the Blu-ray disc format, the only high-definition packaged media format supported by the movie, music, gaming and computing industries, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (TCFHE) announced its impressive slate of upcoming Blu-ray Disc (BD) titles due for release through the first half of 2007 in North America. Following the chart-topping sales success of Q4 2006 releases X-3: X-Men - The Last Stand and Ice Age: The Meltdown BD releases -- 2 of the top 3 BD sellers to date-- plans call for the Company to collectively release an average of 5 to 10 titles per month from Fox and MGM. The Studio's new release titles will be released day-and-date with DVD whenever possible including the recent box-office smash hit Night at the Museum and the fantasy epic Eragon coming later this year.Read More
After 2005, with DVD sales down, the end of the format was predicted. Downloading was all the rage and it was believed we might be seeing the end of packaged media.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, even with the proliferation of digital offerings, the rollout of HD-DVD and Blu-ray DVDs, nothing really changed that drastically. The biggest change seemed to be in the amount of offerings (ie. mobil content and the ability to have what you want whenever you want it).Read More
It hasn't been out that long but Fox is making X-Men: The Last Stand it's first Blu-ray release offering 100% high definition content.
Continuing its unwavering commitment to the Blu-ray Disc format (BD), the only high-definition packaged media platform broadly supported by the film, music, gaming, computing and consumer electronics industries, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (TCFHE) today announced the North American Blu-ray debut of X-Men: The Last Stand on November 14, timed and demographically perfect for the launch of Sony's much-anticipated Playstation 3 on November 17. The three X-Men movies are among the studio's most popular and successful, collectively grossing over $1 billion at the worldwide box office and selling over 45 million DVD/VHS units. Reigning as one of the biggest films of the year and the industry's biggest BD release ever, X-Men: The Last Stand features 100% HD content in AVC (MPEG4) including the film and the bonus features - a first for Fox. It carries a suggested retail price of $39.98 U.S. / $49.98 Canada.Read More
Studios hoped X-3: X-Men - The Last Stand and The Little Mermaid would be big on DVD. They didn't realize they would be this big.
"It's an encouraging sign that we're opening the fourth quarter with one new title and one classic doing solid numbers," said Tom Adams, president of Adams Media Research.Read More
Movie PictureTake a stand on October 3 as X-Men - The Last Stand soars to DVD! In honor of this "last" installment, we are giving away some copies to a few lucky mutants!
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During Fox's presentation of new films at this year's Comic-con, the studio revealed some details about the upcoming release of X-Men: The Last Stand on DVD. Here's some real quick info on what we can expect from the release...
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After last weekend's four-day, $122.9 million debut of X-Men: The Last Stand, the third film in the Marvel Comics series, producers are devising ways to launch some characters into their own franchises.
The first spinoff will be Hugh Jackman's Wolverine. His character has an as-yet-unrevealed back story in which researchers replaced his original bones with a metal skeleton. Jackman has signed on to star and co-produce, and X-Men producer Lauren Shuler Donner says it will likely head into production next year.Read More