Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams and Charlie Heaton star in the YA X-Men spinoff about a group of diverse teenage mutants kept in a research facility against their will.
While it was known that Hollywood's summer releases are going to set the box office on fire, the new updates from the X-Men camp prove that the month of May, in particular, is about to drive film analysts, fans and ticket counters insane.
Deadpool director Tim Miller is reportedly working on a new superhero spin-off for 20th Century Fox about X-Men member Kitty Pryde, the character most notably played on the big screen by Ellen Page in X-Men: The Last Stand and X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Oprah Winfrey Fights For Women's Rights In Powerful Golden Globes Speech
Axios reporter Jonathan Swan tweeted that she had "raised eyebrows" with the tweet supporting Oprah's words. Winfrey delivered a passionate speech for women at the Golden Globes as she accepted the Cecil B.
Global Geopolitical Series: Pakistan ends intelligence cooperation with United States as aid halts
The US Embassy in Islamabad has stated that it has not been informed about the suspension of military cooperation by Pakistan. Tillerson had on January 4 placed Pakistan on a special watch list for the violations.
OnePlus 6 will release by the end of June 2018
The smartphone is powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and is available in two storage variants 64GB and 128GB. However, it would be safe to speculate that the upcoming device would follow chronological order and would be named OnePlus 6 .
Next is The New Mutants feature film from Josh Boone, which was set to arrive in just three months on April 13. That film has struggled to hold onto a director with both Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow) and Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) having previously exited the film before Verbinski. While there will be the inevitable success with the new Deadpool movie and the next X-Men sequel coming later this year, not everything else appears to be coming together as smoothly. As per the original schedule, The New Mutants was supposed to set the ball rolling for the franchise this year.
Now upcoming movies Gambit and The New Mutants have been pushed back, but should fans worry? There are a lot of theories going around about why the move was made, including the idea that it was moved into 2019 so it would have more room to breath.
According to Collider.com, the project was being developed at Fox before studio chiefs signed off on the merger with Disney in December.