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Bryan Singer Banned Comic Books From X-Men Movie Set

In an interview in Entertainment Weekly about The Wolverine, Hugh Jackman reveals a rather interesting tidbit of information about director Bryan Singer. Back when Singer was shooting the first X-Men movie in 1999, comic book movies weren’t the box office juggernaut that they are today.

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Sandmano4041d ago

Well theres a lot of different versions of the characters in Comic books so I understand why he did this.

DarkBlood4041d ago

too bad it backfired on him lol

DarkBlood4041d ago

"Singer’s ban on comic books resulted in them actually being everywhere on the set." :P

aDDicteD4040d ago

I wonder what was his reactions considering that no one followed his banning rules back then.

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aDDicteD4040d ago

Oh... so it for the first xmen movie, i thought the news was for the coming movie days of the future past.


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wow. that looks just like my pinball-torture basement!


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