Five days from now, 20th Century Fox will offer fans one last sneak peek at this Marvel mutant adventure before it hits theaters everywhere.
Director Bryan Singer explains why he returned to this franchise he helped build, while discussing the time travel elements of the sequel.
Mystique, Wolverine and Magneto grace the cover of Entertainment Weekly's Summer Movie Preview double issue.
Plus, we have a new tie-in commercial for Carl's Jr. featuring Evan Peters as Quicksilver as he saves a piece of bacon.
In honor of the late actor's 35 birthday, Hugh Jackman names The Dark Knight's Joker as a worthy successor to the X-Men character.
An alternate version of the Storm and Beast poster is also released in this build-up to the May release date for Bryan Singer's mutant adventure.
The actor behind Wolverine breaks down every notable moment and important scene of action in this footage from the Marvel Mutant sequel.
Mystique, Magneto, and Professor X are featured in this latest look at Logan's time tripping adventure, in theaters soon.
Old Magneto meets his young self, while Mystique flanks Wolverine in these latest 1-sheets from the Bryan Singer directed sequel.
Director Bryan Singer takes fans on a tour of the sets, including Cerebro, the Mansion and the Monastery in these behind-the-scenes videos.
Hugh Jackman and James McAvoy hope aboard the new mutant railway system launched by Virgin in support of the upcoming sequel.
Professor X asks the mutants of the world to change who they are and unite for a common goal in this time travel adventure, in theaters this may.
Storm, Quicksilver, Wolverine, Beast and more are called into duty to save all of mutant kind in this latest look at the franchise sequel.
Go deep into Bryan Singer's return to the X-Men series with all-new photos from the recently release footage from the movie.
The second full-length trailer reveals some new spoiler laced footage from the upcoming superhero sequel. Plus, a new poster has also arrived!
This surprise appearance was shot during post-production on the 20th Century Fox lot, bringing back one of the actors from the first three films in the franchise.
20th Century Fox confirms an earlier report that the new trailer will debut on Monday, March 24th.
An onset source reveals that Storm has been trimmed down to one scene, leaving almost all of the actress' performance on the editing room floor.
Young Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr face off against Professor X and Magneto while the other mutants look on, in theaters this summer.