More news about upcoming Bryan Singer project “X-Men: Days of Future Past”. Rose Byrne, the actress who portrayed CIA agent Moira MacTaggert on “X-men: First Class” has started dating “Boardwalk Empire” actor Bobby Cannavale.
Bobby Cannavale and Rose Byrne
According to witnesses, the new couple started to suspiciously getting closer and closer on the premiere party for Brad Pitt film “Killing Them Softly” in New York. It seems the actors have been dating for along time.
UsMagazine sources described the moment “They were sitting together and he had one arm over her shoulder, and every 20 minutes they have a little kiss. Theytried to go unnoticed but it doesn’t really work that much.”
The couple don’t have any plans of sharing a film project together, she has a busy agenda for 2013 and he will keep busy with “Boardwalk Empire.”
There is still the rumor that Rose Byrne will return as agent Moira MacTaggert on “X-Men: Days of Future Past“ even though director Bryan Singer hasn’t confirmed yet.
Hugh Jackman seems to be eager to return to X-Men: Days of Future Past and work once again with director Bryan Singer to reprise his role as the Canadian savage Wolverine.
While promoting his latest film, Les Miserables, Hugh Jackman took the time to talk about his friendship with Aussie actor Russell Crowe, who turned down Wolverine and recommended his name to Bryan Singer- Jackman also mentions he is already in talks for X-Men: Days of Future Past, the famous actor joked that there will be four claws in the movie.
“There is an X-Men: First Class Sequel which Bryan Singer is directin, which I think is awesome.” Jackman told Access Hollywwod. “It started with Bryan. I know fans are super excited. I did a three hour three word cameo in the last one. Literally it took me three hours. And I have been talking to Bryan about doing something in this.”
X-Men: Days of Future Past is based on 1980′s comic series set in a Post-Apocalyptic alternate future, where mutants are hunted like animals by powerful sentinels. The upcoming movie of Bryan Singer has a July 18, 2014 release date starring Ian McKellen (Magneto), Patrick Stewart (Proffesor X), Michael Fassbender (Young Magneto), James McAvoy (Young Xavier), JenniferLawrence, and Nicholas Hoult.
Jackman will also be starring as Wolverine in James Mangold‘s The Wolverine on July 26, 2013.
The choice has been made and James McAvoy is returning to “X-Men: Days of Future Past”. The scottish actor who played “Professor Charles Xavier” in “X-men: First Class” decided to return to his role in the upcoming film of the Marvel franchise.
James McAvoy as a 1962 Professor Charles Xavier.
Comic Books and saga novels films are the ones that can better identify an actor with a specific role. Hugh Jackman will always be Wolverine. Robert Downey Jr will always be Tony Stark. But sometimes when the actors have physical changes or get pretty demanding, or in some other cases the franchise change the production company, the producers and director will decide cast another actor for a role another actor have portrayed several times. It had happened in the Batman saga, Superman Saga and in the Hulk Saga. Three movies of Hulk, three different actors. I am glad Mark Ruffalo stayed as the formal Dr Bruce Banner for “The Avengers” sequel.
In the other hand, the project McAvoy is abandoning tell the story about the relationship between Julian Assange and the international newspapers. The film is directed by Bill Condon and based on the book written by Daniel Domscheit-Berg. McAvoy was supposed to portray the author of the book meanwhile Benedict Cumberbatch is going to portray Julian Assange.
By saying NO to the producers, the film company casted Daniel Bruhl from Inglorious Basterds for replacing James McAvoy. There are rumors that Laura Linney will be casted too. Maybe accepting the role of Christine Assange, Julian’s Mother.
It shouldn’t be a surprise that Hugh Jackman is already in negotiations to reprise his role as the Canadian with Adamantium claws in Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past. Jackman will get the deal he wants since he IS Wolverine, and officially sign on the film. So far the Australian actor has been in every X-Men film.
After Bryan Singer announced, through his Twitter account, that Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen were confirmed to reprise their roles as Professor Charles Xavier and Magneto/Eric Lensherr along with their younger counterparts James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender (Xavier and Eric Lensherr in X Men First Class). It’s already a promising cast, Singer is reaching to several other cast members, hope they get Taylor Kitsch to reprise his role as Gambit.
X-Men Days of Future Past confirmed cast
The film is based on 1981 issue of Uncanny X-Men which came from writer Chris Claremont and artists John Byrne and Terry Austin. The story is set in an alternate future where mutant survivors are hunted and thrown in concentration camps, Sentinels are patrolling America, and most of the X-Men have been hunted down and killed. The present day X-Men are forced to stop a significant event from unfolding in order to keep that future from happening.
Jackman, who recently wrapped production of director James Mangold‘s ”The Wolverine,” would join with other confirmed returning stars such as James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult. “X-Men: Days of Future Past” opens July 18, 2014.