Bryan Singer spoke about bringing two groups of mutants together for "First Class" sequel.
Bryan Singer is quite the busy man. Not only does the director have "Jack the Giant Slayer" in theaters next month, but he's in the heat of developing his big return to the world of mutants, "X-Men: Days of Future Past." When MTV News' Josh Horowitz hopped on the phone with Singer, the two looked ahead to what the "X-Men: First Class" follow-up would have in store for fans.
Though Singer acted only as producer on "First Class," he opted to step in when the original director, Matthew Vaughn, declined helming the sequel. That decision came during post-production on "Jack," so it might not come as a surprise that Singer is considering taking things he learned from the computer-animated giants with him to "X-Men."