“X-Men” fans have their calendars marked for June 3, 2011, the expected release date of the next installment in the Marvel Comics-inspired flick. But one thing is certain, Bryan Singer, who was at the helm for the other two “X-Men” movies, will not be the director.
Matthew Vaughn, who recently directed the box office bust “Kick-Ass,” will take control of the the next “X-Men.” Singer stays on as a producer.
The big question comic book fans are asking if whether or not “X-Men: First Class,” which will give moviegoers a taste of Professor X and Magneto before they had superpowers, will be released in 3-D.
Would you pay a few dollars extra to see the characters jump off the screen?
Other potential “comic book” movies getting the three-dimensional treatment are “First Avenger: Captain America,” “The Avengers” and “Thor.”