Marvel Studios and 20th Century Fox have released the first trailer for "X-Men: Apocalypse," telling of the powerful, ancient mutant our heroes must defeat to save the world from a bleak future.
With ever more superheroes hitting the small screen, we spoke with "Legion" author Simon Spurrier about what makes the character so compelling.
Wolverine, Cyclops, Angel, Beast, Storm, Magneto, Jean Grey and more mutant superheroes get the hipster treatment in this homage to director Wes Anderson called "The Uncanny X-Men."
Fox will have to negotiate with Marvel if it wants to repeat the success of the smash hit '90s cartoon about the superpowered mutants.
Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan and Alexandra Shipp take over as younger versions of the mutant superheroes.
Need to catch up on all seven of the "X-Men" movies? If you've got three minutes, Mashable's got a new video that can help.
For Crave contributor Kelsey Adams, a longtime casual X-Men fan, the latest movie was as fun as she'd hoped and smarter than she expected. Here's why. (Caution: spoilers.)
Colin Furze's X-Men-like powers are growing. New to the mix: shooting flames from his wrists.
Together with a bunch of his artist friends, total legend Brandon Bird has created a gallery exhibition, based on an Uncanny X-Men colouring book.
An X-Men superfan builds magnetic boots out of old microwave parts and becomes Magneto (sort of).