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New trailer for X-Men First Class…

Posted on 27 April 2011 by TH3 No08

Here’s the newest theatrical trailer for the latest X-Men film. Very cool stuff. I like the placement of the film in the cuban missle crisis and think that will play well as the story unfolds.

The film stars James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult, Jennifer Lawrence, Jason Flemyng, Kevin Bacon, January Jones, Lucas Till, Rose Byrne and Caleb Landry Jones, and

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New X-Men: First Class Footage Debuts!

Posted on 19 April 2011 by Christian

Hit the jump to check out this new TV spot for X-Men: First Class featuring some new scenes with Havok, Banshee and more. Film is directed by Matthew Vaughn and stars James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender!

X-Men: First Class charts the epic beginning of the X-Men saga, and reveals a secret history of famous global events. Before mutants had revealed themselves to the world, and before Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr took the names Professor X and Magneto, they were two young men discovering their powers for the first time. Not archenemies, they were instead at first the closest of friends, working together with other Mutants (some familiar, some new), to stop Armageddon. In the process, a grave rift between them opened, which began the eternal war between Magneto’s Brotherhood and Professor X

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X-Men: First Class Trailer: When Charles Met Erik

Posted on 11 February 2011 by Christian

The trailer for Matthew Vaughn’s

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An In-Depth Interview With Michael Fassbender On Magneto!

Posted on 20 January 2011 by Christian

The actor goes into a huge amount of detail about playing the villainous character, his research for the role, the complexities of Magneto, wearing the iconic red and purple helmet and suit as well as many other details about the movie including its status as a prequel or reboot…

On What Drew Him To Play A Character Like Magneto:

“Hopefully I won’t disappoint the fan base out there, because I know that what Ian McKellen did sort of latched onto a lot of imaginations and was very successful. But what drew me was the script and Matthew Vaughn and the fact that James McAvoy was going to be playing young Xavier. I thought it was a fresh take on the whole story. I’ve never been a big comic book enthusiast, but I thought it was an interesting concept to go back to when they were both friends and initially came together.”

On Whether He Was Given A Pile Of Comic Books For Research:

“Yes, it did, and I got knee-deep into them once I got involved. That was all my source material, because it’s all there in the comic books in terms of a backstory and formulating the character. I did also watch the other films and took notes from those, but took most of my references from the comic books.”

On The Complexities Of The Character:

“He’s such a complex character, really, and the idea of him being a villain is interesting considering his history (Lehnsherr is a Holocaust survivor who lost his family in the camps, and later lost his wife and daughter) … he’s a very solitary individual, and the pain and grief that’s gone on even before we meet him in this film is an interesting pool of information to draw from, in coming up with this Machiavellian character for whom the ends justified the means. You can see where he’s coming from. Human beings don’t have the greatest track record in what they’ve done throughout history, so his point of view is, “Well, we are the next stage of evolution — (humans) are to us what Neanderthals were to Homo sapiens.”

On Whether This Is A Prequel Or Reboot:

“I think the fundamentals are the same. The main thread of the story is still the same. I don’t really know how to answer the question because I haven’t seen this one yet, so I haven’t had a chance to watch it side by side with the other ones and see if they’re relative to each other. Hopefully they are, I think, but also we want to do something fresh as well and open a whole new chapter with this without totally betraying what was laid down before.”

On The Mutants Of The Movie:

“The cool thing about this movie is that I think it does deal with each individual mutant, and the ones they’ve chosen are all very much individuals and unique personalities with unique gifts. What’s interesting is that we’ve gone back to a period where the mutants don’t know that there are other people out there like them. They just think they’re freaks and outcasts from society … all of these new characters are fearful of their gifts and uncomfortable and misplaced in society, so hopefully when they all sort of come together and realize they’re not alone and feel more comfortable in their own skin, that’s a discovery for all the characters that you experience.”

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