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New Mutants Time Period Confirmed as Present Day


Twentieth Century Fox is keeping it simple with their next X-Men spinoff by setting The New Mutants in the present day. Since the very beginning of their X-Men universe, Fox has not been afraid to mess with and jump around the timeline. Their first trilogy was set in the not too distant future, which was followed by a trilogy spanning the 1960s-1980s, and eventually jumping to the future again with Logan. Throughout it all, the constant time jumps have routinely made the franchise’s entire timeline a bit messy.

More recently however, the studio has started to make it clear when each film takes place and how it connects to the rest of the universe. New Mutants will ...

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John Carpenter Will Score New Halloween Movie Soundtrack

Horror legend John Carpenter his returning to score the soundtrack for the upcoming Halloween reboot hitting theaters next year.

New Mutants Will Have Connections to Main X-Men Movies


Director Josh Boone confirmed The New Mutants will have connections to the main X-Men movies, but how and what those are he won’t say. Twentieth Century Fox is moving full steam ahead with their X-Men universe, with a renewed focus on expanding their comic book movie world beyond the main Professor X and Magneto stories. While those films have continued on for nearly two decades, it has been with the studio’s spinoffs that Fox has found the most success.

Following in the footsteps of Deadpool and Logan, next up the studio will bring a new young group of heroes into their universe with The New Mutants. Featuring a group of mutants that have (mostly) not been ...

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Jason Returns in Kill Happy Friday the 13th Fan-Made Trailer

Director Nick Merola has released a fan trailer for a Friday the 13th sequel to help fill the gap until someone finally makes a new Jason Voorhees movie.

Green Ranger Actor Wants a Logan-Like Sendoff Movie

Jason David Frank as Tommy Oliver/The Green Ranger

When Green Ranger actor Jason David Frank is finally done with Tommy Oliver, he wants the character to go out in the style of Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine in Logan. Though the dark tone contrasts with what fans are accustomed to with the Power Rangers franchise, the actor believes that a solo Green Ranger project is something that could definitely happen.

Frank has been associated with the Power Rangers brand since he first appeared in the original Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers series as Tommy Oliver, the Green Ranger. Frank later became the White Ranger in the same series, and changed his color from white to ...

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