The young girl seen in a recent TV spot is not a younger version of Scarlet Witch, but Quicksilver's younger sister.
The director calls the summer tentpole a labor of love, and does not want his legal trouble shadowing or hurting the movie's success.
The director was scheduled to appear at WonderCon in Anaheim this weekend, but pulled out at the last minute.
The X-Men: Days of Future Class director was named as the defendant of a lawsuit that claims he sexually assaulted an underage boy in 1999.
Magneto must steal back his helmet as we go behind-the-scenes of this period adventure. In addition, we have the international version of the final trailer.
Director Bryan Singer explains why he returned to this franchise he helped build, while discussing the time travel elements of the sequel.
Director Bryan Singer reveals which mutants he'd like to bring back in this sequel set in the 80s, which will immediately follow X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Director Bryan Singer reveals that this highly-anticipated sequel will feature the most mass destruction of any movie in the franchise.
The director reveals why he didn't cast Henry Cavill in Superman Returns, when he was vying for the role with Brandon Routh.
X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn says he wasn't excited enough by the story to return for this franchise sequel.
Director Bryan Singer and producer Simon Kinberg address a series of fan questions, including how Wolverine got his claws back, and whether Apocalypse is an alien.
Bryan Singer hasn't closed his deal to direct yet. Find out what the filmmaker had to say about working on both projects at the same time.
Simon Kinberg, Dan Harris and Mike Dougherty take on a late-night story session. Plus, Bryan Singer hints that the story may be set in Egypt.
Director Bryan Singer corrects the recent rumors about the X-Men: Days of Future Past end credit sequence. How much more do we know as fact?
Bryan Singer is confirmed to direct this sequel to X-Men: Days of Future Past. No actors have been officially announced.
This latest adventure will Focus on X-Men: First Class Characters. The movie will be in theaters summer 2016.
Production will take place over a few weeks just before Christmas. It isn't confirmed which actors will be back for this additional shooting.
The director shows fans part of a pre-looping session with the actor. Post-production continues on the superhero sequel.
The director offers insight on Wolverine's grey hair and bone claws. Learn more about this highly-anticipated sequel, in theaters May 23rd, 2014.