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A brand new full trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past is out! The movie will be in theaters on May 23rd.

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James attended the Laurence Olivier Awards earlier today, here are pictures:

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Hello everyone! Yesterday they launched the X-Men: Days of Future Past Train in London. Looks pretty cool! Here are pictures of James and Hugh Jackman, plus additions from the Empire Awards.

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James McAvoy has revealed that people should “expect the unexpected” with Frankenstein.

The Filth actor has completed shooting Paul McGuigan’s big-screen adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic horror tale, in which he stars as Victor Von Frankenstein alongside Daniel Radcliffe as his hunchbacked assistant Igor.

“I think it’s going to surprise people. Expect the unexpected. It’s not really the same telling as Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein but it is definitely inspired by and riffs off the same themes, and asks the same questions,” he said.

“That was a very controversial book and hopefully this is a slightly controversial movie,” he added.

James – who picked up the best actor gong at the Jameson Empire Awards – enjoyed working with his co-star Dan, particularly on the physical scenes.

“Dan’s brilliant. He’s hard-working and physical as hell. You can throw him against the wall and he bounces, which is something I’ve always liked in myself, so to work with an actor who can do that too is amazing,” he said.

“We made it way more physical than the script suggested, which is great because it is a film about anatomy. It is a story about pushing that science as far as it can go. So to see the two actors playing the parts in it push themselves physically and as far as their anatomies can go was quite good fun.”

James, who reprises his role as Professor Charles Xavier in X-Men: Days Of Future Past, is now looking forward to spending more time with his wife Anne-Marie Duff and their son Brendan.

“I’ve just finished Frankenstein and I am now working on trying to be well-adjusted outside of work. I’m just taking it easy – just taking care of my wee boy, cook food and pretend I can play the guitar,” he revealed.

X-Men: Days Of Future Past will open in cinemas on May 22, while Frankenstein will be released in 2015.


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The very first TV Spot for X-Men: Days of Future Past. The movie will be released on May 23rd.

The Synopsis:

The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods in X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. The beloved characters from the original “X-Men” film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from “X-Men: First Class,” in an epic battle that must change the past – to save our future.

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James attended the Jameson Empire Awards earlier tonight where he received the Best Actor Award for his work in Filth. Here are the pictures:

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A brand new poster has been revealed:

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A brand new trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past has just been released, it has many new scenes! X-Men: Days of Future Past – will be in theaters on May 23rd.

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Looks like Frankestein release has been pushed to October 2015 instead of January. Here’s the article from Yahoo!

20th Century Fox’s ‘Frankenstein’ starring Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy has had its release delayed by nine months.
Originally set for January 2015, this new take on Mary Shelley’s classic horror novel from director Paul McGuigan and screenwriter Max Landis will now instead open on 2 October 2015, the studio have announced.

More often than not when we hear about movies having their release dates pushed back so dramatically, the kneejerk reaction is to assume there’s a problem – but in this instance, I have to wonder if we shouldn’t jump to such conclusions.
It seems to be an unwritten law of Hollywood that January is a bit of a dumping ground on the calendar, where studios traditionally put the films they expect to underperform (read what you will into Fox scheduling ‘Taken 3′ for January 2015, then…)

By contrast, if Fox are moving potential horror flagship ‘Frankenstein’ to October – i.e. Halloween season – maybe they think they could be onto a seasonal hit.

Or maybe they took a look at how horrendously Lionsgate’s ‘I, Frankenstein’ bombed this past January…

This new take on ‘Frankenstein’ is said to tell the story from the point of view of the assistant Igor (Radcliffe), focussing more on his relationship with Dr Frankenstein (McAvoy) than on the creature itself.
No images of McAvoy in the title role have emerged yet, but early set photos have revealed that Radcliffe will not be portraying the traditional grimacing hunchback, but a rather dapper young man who – well – looks like Daniel Radcliffe with long hair.

It will be the latest in a series of horror roles for the artist formerly known as Harry Potter. He successfully re-launched himself as an adult leading man with Hammer’s controversial ‘The Woman in Black.’
We should also be seeing Radcliffe later this year in Alexandre Aja’s ‘Horns,’ a quirky contemporary horror adapted from the novel by Joe Hill – although no release date has been set for this yet.
Hammer also have a sequel to ‘The Woman in Black’ due in cinemas February 2015 – in which, rumour has it, Radcliffe may possibly make an appearance.

By Annie   Filed under X-Men: Days of Future PastComments Off

A new teaser for X-Men: Days of Future Past is out, the new trailer will for the movie be out in 1 week!

X-Men: Days of Future Past opens May 23rd.

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