Magnolia Pictures hasÂ acquired North American rights to James McAvoy’s British black comedy “Filth” and plans a spring release. “Filth” has already opened in the U.K., where it is the year’s second…
AHHHHHH WHY DID NO ONE TELL ME ABOUT THIS!!??
Are you serious
James McAvoy’s waist is just…unbelievable.
’s waistis just…unbelievable.
Fixed that for you.
For some reason, my headcanon for most Charleses, across all canons and AUs, is that he rarely wears jeans, either because he’s just not used to them— this is a guy who probably grew up in tailored slacks from like, birth— or if he’s post-paralysis, because the rivets and ridges in jeans are a problem.
In either case, that means that when he does wear jeans, or pajama jeans if he’s paraplegic, the way they fit him is the best kind of walloping lustful shock to Erik.
I heard somewhere they planned XMFC as a trilogy, so chances are McFassy will be contractually bound to appear! :D
THAT IS VERY VERY EXCITING NEWS :D:D I would be okay with it being the sirs because…THE SIRS! But i’m not going to lie, I would LOVE it if there was a first class trilogy!!
Also, X-Men: Apocalypse ie. the one where Charles finally loses his hair?
*SOUNDS COMING OUT OF MY MOUTH*
NO BUT DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS!!??? *SHAKES YOU* IT MEANS TWO MORE GLORIOUS YEARS OF SPECULATION AND DEBATE, OF SET PHOTOS AND CASTING, OF THE LEAD UP TO THE TRAILER, OF THESE ASSHOLES ALL AT COMIC CON TOGETHER AGAIN. IT MEANS TWO MORE YEARS OF ACTIVE MATERIAL FOR THIS FANDOM TO EXPLODE OVER AND ROLL IN AND CONSUME LIKE ANIMALS. I DON’T KNOW IF IT’S GOING TO BE YOUNG OR OLD CAST BUT I’M SO EXCITED AESC. I’M SO EXCITED. I’M SORRY FOR SHOUTING AT YOU.
Talk about your out-of-nowhere announcements. Bryan Singer announced today on twitter that a new X-Men movie will be coming to theaters May 27, 2016. It’s subtitle? Apocalypse. That’s right, X-Men: Apocalypse, the infamous X-Men villain will finally be coming to the big screen. #Xmen #Apocalypse 2016! Bryan Singer (@BryanSinger) December 5, 2013 For those of you who don’t know, Apocalypse is an ancient mutant that has a darwinist survival of the fittest point of view. He reigns in an alternate reality where he enacts his mutant tyranny with an iron fist. This makes sense seeing as the classic Age of Apocalypse storyline stemmed from time travel and alternate realities which seems to be the major proponent in Days of Future Past. Days of Future Past isn’t even out yet, but I am looking forward to both films. I really think they’ll rectify the past mistakes in the X-Men cinematic franchise. We will give you more information as this story develops.
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