The franchise that arguably opened the doors on the superhero movie genre, the X-Men franchise has been through many highs and lows. With the release of X-Men: Dark Phoenix around the corner, now is the time to look back at the X-Men films and rank them from worst to best. 1. Logan (2017) My
Hello and welcome to VultureHound's weekly news round-up, where we bring you the biggest and best news to come out of the film industry every Sunday. My week has been filled with Star Wars (I work at a cinema), and as such, it seems appropriate that we take a look at it, seeing as we've only been
The tenth instalment in the X-Men franchise, Logan tells the story of an ageing, dying, war-weary Logan trying to make life better for himself and the now senile Charles Xavier, but when a mysterious young girl named Laura Kinney enters Logan’s life, he and Xavier embark on one final adventure before their time is up.
‘In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are upended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.’ That’s the newly released official synopsis for Logan as revealed recently
One might argue that Fox is to thank for the superhero boom we're currently in, after releasing X-Men in 2000. Now, sixteen years on, the super-hero franchise that started it all is a mess. It's a series that spans two timelines, has at least two actors playing the majority of its characters and a wealth
“Some fairy-tales do come true, but none ever truly end” – Director Cedric Nicholas-Troyan (Interview)
With the release of The Huntsman: Winter's War, Vulture Hound got a chance to chat with Director Cedric Nicolas-Troyan about the film and the fantasy genre. The film went through several different directors before you landed the role. What made you think the Snow White spin-off was the right place to make your directorial debut?