Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige and Patrick Stewart recently held some lengthy talks about the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Setting a Guinness World Record has been a dream of Hugh Jackman's since he was a kid and he can now check that off of his bucket list.
Patrick Stewart is in talks to play Bosley in the Charlie's Angels reboot, with director Elizabeth Banks also on board to play a second version of the character.
Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman had a little Logan reunion, and it's hitting fans right in the feels.
Patrick Stewart reflects on his singular favorite episode in the massive 176-episode run of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Patrick Stewart reveals that he has more than a cameo alongside Hugh Jackman in the highly-anticipated Wolverine 3
Patrick Stewart visits with director Bryan Singer on the set of X-Men: Apoclaypse, but does he have a cameo?
Patrick Stewart stars as the bizarre Walter Blunt in Starz's upcoming comedy series Blunt Talk, debuting this summer.
Hugh Jackman thinks it would be important to explore Logan's relationship with Professor X in the upcoming Wolverine 3.
Patrick Stewart reveals he has been discussing a Wolverine movie with 20th Century Fox that would reunite him with Hugh Jackman.
Patrick Stewart reveals that he will not return as Professor X in X-Men: Apocalypse, but Ian McKellen is coming back as Magneto.
Patrick Stewart says neither he nor Ian McKellen will reprise their roles for X-Men: Apocalypse as it takes place in the 80s.
Patrick Stewart plays Darcy Banker in Green Room, the unflinching and industrial leader of a ferocious white supremacist group.
The actor, who has been with the franchise since its inception, also hints that Charles Xavier may appear in an as yet unannounced X-Men movie.
Plus, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart talk about reprising their roles as Professor X and Magneto. Will the actors return for X-Men: Apocalypse?
Director Bryan Singer took to twitter yesterday to post this inside look at the actor in the Charles Xavier costume.
The X-Men stars will return as Professor X and Magneto in director Bryan Singer's sequel to X-Men: First Class.
The actor who portrayed Professor Xavier in the original superhero trilogy confesses he has not seen the prequel yet.
The cast members offer a preview of this animated adventure from Summit Entertainment.