The Sonic the Hedgehog movie has tapped James Marsden to star in the big screen adaptation of the video game classic.
Cyclops and Wolverine had a mini-X-Men reunion late last week, which they shared on social media.
James Marsden, Anthony Hopkins, Jeffrey Wright, Thandie Newton and Evan Rachel Wood are featured in new photos from HBO's Westworld.
James Marsden approves of Tye Sheridan as Young Cyclops in X-Men: Apocalypse, while the young actor offers his own thoughts on the role.
Five friends discover a dead body in their shared penthouse in the first trailer for The Loft.
James Marsden thinks that his The Best of Me co-star Luke Bracey should play a younger Cyclops in X-Men: Apocalypse.
The Best of Me brings Nicholas Sparks' novel to the big screen, which follows two former high school sweathearts reuniting after 20 years.
The actor wasn't asked to return for Days of Future Past, but champions the new film and the return of director Bryan Singer.
A man flies to L.A. to try and convince his washed-up actor classmate to attend their high school reunion.
The actor will star alongside Michelle Monaghan in this Nicholas Sparks adaptation. Michael Hoffman is slated to direct.
Director Bryan Singer hints that Famke Janssen and James Marsden will return, and talks about 'fixing' certain aspects of the franchise.
The actor will play a rival San Diego anchor and enemy of Will Farrell in director Adam McKay's comedy sequel.
Steven Brill will write and direct this comedy about a news anchor who finds herself stranded with no money, phone or ID before a job interview.
The original X-Men stars have not yet been confirmed to join Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, and Ian McKellan in this superhero sequel.
Erik Van Looy directs this remake of his own Belgian thriller starring Patrick Wilson and James Marsden, in theaters later this year.
Rod Lurie remakes Sam Peckinpah's seminal cult classic, on Blu-ray and DVD December 20th.
Rod Lurie directs James Marsden, Kate Bosworth, and Alexander Skarsgard in this Sam Peckinpah remake, on Blu-ray and DVD December 20th.
The actor tackles his toughest role yet in Rod Lurie's remake of the classic film and lives to talk about it.
Director Rod Laurie directs this remake of Sam Peckinpah's revenge thriller about a married couple tormented by locals in the Deep South.
Alexander Skarsgard also appears in this remake about a young couple who are hassled by Mississippi locals when they move into town.