After-Credits in ‘The Wolverine’ Reveals Scenes from ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’

Recent early screenings of “The Wolverine” thrilled fans when it revealed the much talked about scenes after the credits leading to the events of Bryan Singer’s “X-Men: Days of Future Past.”

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Hugh Jackman enthused and confirmed that there is in fact an after-credits teaser, which they consider as the tease of all tease. “There’s a lot of great actors in it, and if you stick around to the end of the credit of The Wolverine, you’re going to get a really nice Easter Egg for what Days of the Future Past has to offer…which we can’t reveal!” says Jackman.

Tormented, embarking on a quest to find meaning in his life, this is Wolverine’s ultimate journey and one which forces him to unleash that unbridled, animalistic ‘berserker’ rage in all its power and ferocity. Directed by James Mangold, “The Wolverine” takes the legendary mutant to Tokyo where Logan/Wolverine is out of his element in Japan and becomes embroiled in a murky and mysterious conspiracy. Battling the fearsome Silver Samurai and other vicious adversaries, he is also searching for meaning in his life and questioning his immortality. Dark and gritty, the action-fueled drama is set after the events of the 2006 film “X-Men: The Last Stand” and was inspired by the storyline from a popular 1982 comic book by Chris Claremont and Frank Miller. Directed by James Mangold, “The Wolverine” also stars Hiroyuki Sanada, Hal Yamanouchi, Tao Okamoto, Rila Fukushima, Will Yun Lee, Brian Tee and Svetlana Khodchenkova.

“The Wolverine” opens July 25 in theaters nationwide from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.

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After-Credits in ‘The Wolverine’ Reveals Scenes from ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’

(MAGAZINE) Bea Alonzo talks about her past and present lovelife in July issue of YES! Magazine June 2013

This July, YES! Magazine pays a visit to one of the best actresses and brightest stars of her generation—Bea Alonzo—in her brand new home located in an exclusive subdivision in Quezon City.

 

Bea, who is also one of the few celebrities who are able to keep their private life really private, opens the doors of her three-storey sanctuary that took almost a year to build and decorate, in the style of what her interior designer calls “urban Asian glam.”

She also opens up about her father whom she has not met; her early struggles in showbiz; her perennial love team partner John Lloyd Cruz; her first boyfriend, Mico Palanca; her whirlwind romance with Gerald Anderson; and her current love, Zanjoe Marudo.

She reveals that being guarded at the start of her career was her own decision, and it’s again her own decision to open up. “Ayokong magpakilala sa tao—that was my decision, and wala kayong alam sa tungkol sa ’kin. Now it’s my decision to open up. It’s always your choice,” she points out.

The 25-year-old mestiza beauty describes her foreigner father as “the missing puzzle in my life” and John Lloyd as “talagang magaling magpakilig.”

Find out from Bea herself if her favorite leading man attempted to court her.

Also, her recollections of her two failed romances: “A, unang-una, kami ni Mico, hindi talaga kami magkaintindihan,” she says of her first boyfriend.

As for Gerald, she clarifies, “The breakup happened before we went to London.”

She adds, “Parang there was an agreement between us na we were going to act as a couple in London. But after, wala nang talk. Para masaya ’yong last moments namin together. Kasi hindi pa puwede talaga. You and me against the world ang drama. Hindi ko kaya. Hindi ko talaga kaya.”

Bea also looks back at her first meeting with her boyfriend of two years, Zanjoe Marudo.

“Tingin ko sa kanya? Wala, wala lang akong interes na alamin, parang gano’n. Pero alam mo, kasi naririnig ko ibang mga friends niya, na cool siyang tao, na cool siyang kasama.”

And how they became friends and ultimately, lovers: “Nanliligaw naman siya talaga, in fairness naman sa kanya. Pero hindi ’yong moment na ’yong ‘I love you, do you love me?’ Walang gano’n.”

The July issue of YES! magazine also delves into the controversies involving international singing sensation Charice Pempengco, who grants a sit-down interview, as well as box-office comedy star Ai-Ai delas Alas and her husband Jed Salang. Plus, Elmo Magalona’s profile in the Pogi Series.

 

Be in the know on the latest showbiz updates and happenings when you grab a copy of YES! magazine, now available in newsstands, bookstores, and supermarkets nationwide for only P 100. A digital edition of YES! is also available for international subscribers. For subscription details, visit

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(MAGAZINE) Bea Alonzo talks about her past and present lovelife in July issue of YES! Magazine June 2013

Evan Peters Joins ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ as Quicksilver

“American Horry Story” star Evan Peters will play the role of Quicksilver in Brian Singer‘s “X-Men: Days of Future Past.”

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According to a tweet by Brian Singer, Evan Peters will play Pietro Maximoff, aka the mutant superhero known as Quicksilver, in the film adaptation of the comic book epic: “X-Men: Days of Future Past.”

Thrilled to say #EvanPeters is joining #XMen #DaysOfFuturePast as #Quicksilver

Since the film is the sequel to both “X-Men: The Last Stand” (2006) and 2011′s “X-Men: First Class,” “Days of Future Past” includes cast members from both films like Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Halle Berry, Anna Paquin, Shawn Ashmore, Ellen Page, Daniel Cudmore James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, and Nicholas Hoult.

Evan Peters Joins ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ as Quicksilver