The director shows fans part of a pre-looping session with the actor. Post-production continues on the superhero sequel.
Go behind-the-scenes of this Marvel adventure. The Wolverine Multi-Touch Experience unlocked these this latest look at the mutants in action.
Get a better look at Michael Fassbender's costume in this upcoming sequel. In theaters this summer.
Michael Fassbender dons a super villain suit inline with the Marvel comic Books. He is also seen fighting Nicholas Hoult as Beast.
The director offers insight on Wolverine's grey hair and bone claws. Learn more about this highly-anticipated sequel, in theaters May 23rd, 2014.
Magneto and Professor X call upon Wolverine to stop an army of Mutant killing robots. Check out the first footage from this 2014 Marvel adventure.
The filmmaker reveals that the tone is much darker than the previous X-Men movies. He is working on an opening sequence now.
Wolverine soaks in Vodka, Kitty Pryde falls back in love with Iceman, while Magneto and Professor X visit their young selves. The first trailer arrives this Tuesday.
The full trailer debuts on October 29, one day after director Bryan Singer's Twitter chat. Watch these mutants spring into action!
Bryan Singer will be answering questions this Monday at 10:30 AM PT. Fans can submit their queries by using the #XMen and #AskBryan hashtags.
Director Bryan Singer posted the latest photo featuring editor and composer John Ottman. Why is Xavier out of his wheelchair?
The filmmakers reportedly kept quiet on the high frame rate due to the negative reactions to The Hobbit. The sequel is currently in post-production.
The actor had to shoot his scenes in an incredibly bright room without sunglasses. Plus, he praises his co-stars Michael Fassbender and Hugh Jackman.
The actor says this sequel is 20th Century Fox's biggest production since Avatar. He discusses sharing the screen with Patrick Stewart.
The actor believes this man of science is not a villain, and that his plan to eradicate the mutants is for the greater good.
Professor X's academy for gifted students has been abandoned in this post-production look at director Bryan Singer's franchise.
The actor hints that Logan has a contentious relationship with Michael Fassbender's character in director Bryan Singer's sequel.
The actor says he cherished the last few weeks on set, because he isn't sure if or when he will return to the screen as Logan.
The actor believes fans will be blown away by director Bryan Singer's sequel to X-Men: First Class.