X-Men: Apocalypse star Lucas Till has signed on to play Angus McGyver in CBS' McGyver reboot, with Joshua Boone also joining the cast.
Director Bryan Singer reveals on Twitter that Lucas Till will return as Havok in the highly-anticipated X-Men: Apocalypse.
Chris Wedge is directing this live action/CGI hybrid project with Mary Parent producing. It is slated to be released May 29, 2015.
Production begins in Las Vegas this week on this drama about four teenagers who accidentally murder a young boy while hunting.
Lucas Till returns for Bryan Singer's franchise sequel, with the director pulling a quote from President John F. Kennedy to make the announcement.
The FP director Jason Trost takes on the superhero genre with this latest release from Image Entertainment.B. Alan Orange
Oliver Blackburn's psychological thriller centers on a female college student who falls victim to the violence a gang of outcasts.
David Hayter is writing and directing this horror-thriller about a man who goes on the run after transforming into a werewolf.
Liam Hemsworth, Harrison Ford, and Gary Oldman will star in this corporate espionage thriller from director Robert Luketic.
The actor who portrays Havok discusses the unique audition process for this mutant prequel, and working with director Chan-wook Park on Stoker.
We also have five international character posters featuring James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, January Jones, Lucas Till, and Zoe Kravitz.
Three of Professor Xavier's main mutants get the spotlight in Matthew Vaughn's upcoming Marvel prequel.B. Alan Orange
Matthew Vaughn directs a team of young mutants, including James McAvoy as Professor Xavier and Michael Fassbender as Magneto in this prequel.
Alexander Ludwig, Hunter Parish, and Evan Peters are also testing for the male lead, while Liam Hemsworth, David Henrie, Robbie Amell and Drew Roy will read for Gale.
Director Jonathan Liebesman and stars Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Ne-Yo, Ramon Rodriguez and the rest of the cast discuss this high-powered alien-invasion adventure on the set.
The mighty mutant sets things ablaze in Matthew Vaughn's upcoming Marvel prequel.B. Alan Orange