I really see a reason to waste time arguing with you when it's pretty much going to end with "I say so and you're wrong" anyways.
You want to think that think others have no right to think otherwise and are just damn morons to disagree then fine, again I see no reason to argue with that kind of thinking.
Apocalypse embargo lifts today at 2pm PST
Simon Kinberg has supposedly confirmed that the next XMen film will be set in the 90s.
Also Singer on Deadpool crossing over...
Director Bryan Singer was quizzed on whether the Merc with a mouth would be meeting up with the X-Men onscreen any time soon. “If you take a character as irreverent and meta as Deadpool and connect him to something as grounded and serious as X-Men, you have to do it carefully and gently,” said Singer. “When you drop them all in together it can be a disaster. That has to be done delicately, but there’s plenty of room to do it.”
When asked if he has any plans to part with the franchise, Singer was rather enthused to stick around. “When you spend nearly two decades in a universe, to simply say, ‘I’m done,’ or, ‘I’m going to abandon it,’ just wouldn’t make sense to me,” he said.“I’m very connected to this universe and a lot of these actors, and also the characters, whomever plays them. So never say never.”
The franchise is also continuing to expand with more characters and spin-off films, including a second Deadpool film, a third Wolverine film, New Mutants and Gambit in various stages of production. “It’s every bit as large," said Singer "And now that we’ve altered the timeline [with 2014’s X-Men: Days of Future Past], there are endless possibilities."
Kinberg also claims Wolverine 3 has started filming and confirms it's R-rating...
Following his expected cameo in Bryan Singer's highly anticipated X-Men: Apocalypse, long-time franchise star Hugh Jackman will be seen next for the presumably final time in his third solo Wolverine outing, which, according to producer Simon Kinberg, has already started filming. Kinberg doesn't divulge too much, but does promise we'll be seeing Wolverine like we've never seen him before: “It’s a very radical, bold, different Wolverine than you’ve ever seen in any of these movies.”
Speaking with Kinberg at the X-Men: Apocalypse press junket in London, Collider, while unable to gain confirmation on Patrick Stewart's involvement, did manage to confirm a few early rumors that claimed the film would be rated-R and set in the future, which judging by the rough description of the film's tone, should make for a perfect fit: “I’m not sure what I’m allowed to say about that. I will agree with you that Patrick Stewart was rumored to be a part of that film. It takes place in the future, and as you and others have reported, it is an R-rated movie. It’s violent, it’s kind of like a western in its tone. It’s just a very cool, different film.”
A violent western starring Wolverine and directed by James Mangold, the man who helmed the excellent 3:10 To Yuma?