5 For Friday: 5 Most Anticipated Films of 2014   Leave a comment

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As we open up 2014, there’s temptation to look forward to the year in movies that await us.  For me, 2013 was a bit underwhelming, especially during the summer, so here’s hoping that 2014’s slate of films picks up the slack a little.  Here’s this week’s 5 For Friday: 5 Most Anticipated Films of 2014

5. Godzilla

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Release Date: May 16

If it turns out to be a flop, then it’s simply a case of “Fool me twice, shame on me.”  With a top-notch cast that includes Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen, and Ken Watanabe, the new Godzilla will hopefully fall in line with recent films such as Pacific Rim and Super 8 rather than the masterful disaster from 1998.

4. Gone Girl

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Release Date: October 3

I haven’t read the best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn, but in the hands of director David Fincher, it sounds like it has the makings…

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Empire Magazine revealing 25 covers featuring the cast of ‘X-men: Days of Future’   Leave a comment

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Empire Magazine will have 25 different covers for it’s issue featuring exclusive details about the next ‘X-men’ movie.  Without a doubt there will be some completists out there would buy 25 copies of the same magazine just to own all the covers.   Others will probably just get one and pick their favorite character and be done with it.  And if your like me you just enjoy the images as they are posted online.

Today Empire’s twitter (@empiremagazine) is revealing all the covers 1 at a time every hour.  Here are some of the covers that’s been revealed so far.

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X-Men: Day’s Of Futures Past Script Leaks   Leave a comment

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We can see the future! Well, in the case of X-men: Days of Futures past we can read parts of the script. Script materials are rumored to have been leaked describing the opening scene of the film. Read below but please be warned…

**SPOILER ALERT!**

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According to a script obtained by  Radar.com the film opens in futuristic Moscow, where buildings are crumbling in smoking ruins.

Series newcomer Booboo Stewart gets the first line of ominous dialog as James “Warpath” Proudstar: “They’re here,” he tells Blink, played by another newbie, Chinese actress Bingbing Fan.

Suddenly, the duo are whisked though a portal to “a vast bomb shelter under the Kremlin,” the script explains. “Shelves are full of food, the floor full of bunks, all inhabited by a band of mutant refugees,” and there’s a shrine to fallen mutants in a distant corner.

As Blink and Warpath emerge in the room Blink tells…

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Why We All Want to be Like Wolverine   Leave a comment

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Since Bryan Singer’s film, X-Men starring Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellan and Femke Janssen was released in 2000, the Wolverine has arguably been the world’s most recognizable and intriguing super-hero. And why not? The Wolverine has been the central figure in all three of the X-Men films and has had enough power at the box office to bring in nearly one billion dollars[1]. That doesn’t include his X-Men: Origins film, his appearance in X-Men: First Class or 2013’s The Wolverine.

So, why the attraction? Why is Wolverine such a magnetic figure? It’s not hard to see. First, for his fans and fans of comic books in general, having the powers of Wolverine would be insanely cool right? Retractable, indestructible claws, instant healing, heightened sense of sight and smell, and super-human strength? Yes, please. This is the stuff that boys’ dreams are made of (and…

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X-Men Factions: The Xavier Academy   Leave a comment

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The Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters was founded in 1963 as by Dr. Brian Xavier, noted nuclear scientist and founding member of the Future Foundation think-tank.  Located in Westchester County, the purpose of the Academy was help facilitate the next generation of scientists and great thinkers though the highest standards of education.  To that end, the Academy had a generous scholership program, allowing the brightest minds to attend the school irregardless of their income or social status.  Despite its lofty goals, the Xavier School never had the prestige of some of the older schools in New York and New England.

When Brian Xavier died in 1975, his son Dr. Charles Xavier became headmaster of the school.  It was then that the name of the school was changed to the Xavier Academy of Higher Learning.  Due to poor attendance, the school was shut down in early 1992.

In late 2012, the school quietly reopened its doors with Xavier once again its headmaster.  He reformed…

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“Dick”-Silver?   Leave a comment

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Yashuntafun – Kitty Pryde   Leave a comment

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