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// June 15, 2017

Fox has formalized plans for Dark Phoenix, the next installment of the X-Men franchise. This all just happened, but they’ve set Simon Kinberg as director (long rumored), and the studio set a release date of  November 2, 2018. Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Alexandra Shipp, Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan, and Kodi Smit-McPhee are all reprising when production begins in Montreal.

At the same time, Jessica Chastain is in talk to join the cast as the main villain, Shi’ar Empress Lilandra.

Source: Deadline

// February 22, 2017

A new image from Alien: Covenant has been released, which features the crew of the film. A new sneak peek will also debut during tomorrow night’s episode of Legion on FX Network!

// January 06, 2017

The 2017 South By Southwest Film Festival will open with the world premiere of Terrence Malick’s Song To Song, SXSW said today. Starring Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender, and Natalie Portman and set in the Austin music scene, Song To Song follows two entangled couples chasing success and bringing seduction and betrayal into their lives. The film will screen opening night, Friday, March 10.

Source: Deadline

// November 30, 2016

Graham Norton’s New Year’s Eve orange sofa is going to have quite the green (and Munster) tinge as half of his guests hail from his native province.

Killarney native Fassebender is no stranger to the Norton sofa, and he’ll be along this time with fellow X-Men franchise star James McAvoy.

But although since 20th Century Fox is apparently working on a semi-reboot of the X-Men series, this time around they’re not meeting Graham Norton for a Magneto and Professor X reunion.

McAvoy is starring in Sixth Sense director M Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller Split, while Fassbender will joined on the sofa by his Assassin’s Creed co-star Marion Cotillard.

Source: RTE

// November 26, 2016

The release date of Ridley Scott’s “Alien: Covenant” has been moved to an earlier date. Originally, the sequel to the 2012 chilling movie “Prometheus” was scheduled to hit theatres on Aug. 4, 2017. Now, the movie, previously titled “Prometheus 2,” will release on May 19, 2017.

“Alien: Covenant” begins where “Prometheus” left off with Michael Fassbender’s synthetic David still living on the strange planet. He was one of the two characters to survive the voyage from the first movie.

The crew of a colony ship named Covenant travel to what they believe is a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy. They believe that the planet is uninhabited but then they come across an android called David.

David won’t be the only robot in “Alien: Covenant.” Fassbender will also play an android known as Walter who is more advanced than David and assists the Covenant crew on their voyage to this distant planet.

Katherine Waterston stars as Daniels, a crew member of the ship. Danny McBride plays the role of the pilot of the ship and Noomi Rapace reprises her role as archeologist Dr. Elizabeth Shaw, the only human crew member who survived on the destroyed Prometheus ship. Billy Crudup, Guy Pearce and Jussie Smollett also star in this sequel.

Source: Yahoo

// September 15, 2016

The Austin Film Festival  has release its full film slate for its 23rd annual event, with marquee titles such as La La Land starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling andTrespass Against Us with Michael Fassbender and Brandon Glesson. The fest, which runs October 13-20, already had set Jeff Nichols’ Loving as the opening night feature.Other big titles to be screened include Lion starring Nicole Kidman, Dev Patel and Rooney Mara; Wakefield featuring Brian Cranston and Jennifer Garner from writer-director Robin Swicord; and the animated feature Nerdland with Paul Rudd and Patton Oswalt.

The lineup includes 20 world premieres for films such as One Night, an indie-romance with Anna Camp from writer-director Minhal Baig, The Writer’s Burrow,  gender exploration doc The Big Flip—Stories From The Modern Household  and Austin-based comedy Hot Air. The fest will also feature Retrospective series guest programmed by Jason Segel, Paul Feig, Phil Rosenthal, and others.

Source: Deadline