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Rose Byrne Reprising Her Role as Moira MacTaggert in 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

Tags: Rose Byrne - James McAvoy - Ian McKellen - Sophie Turner - Michael Fassbender - Patrick Stewart - Tye Sheridan - X-Men - Simon Kinberg - Jennifer Lawrence - Nicholas Hoult - Evan Peters

Rose Byrne will be rejoining the X-Men cast in the 2016 instalment of the Marvel franchise, X-Men: Apocalypse. The 35-year-old Australian actor played CIA Agent Moira MacTaggert in the 2011 film X-Men: First Class as a potential love interest of James McAvoy's Professor Charles Xaviar. Apocalypse writer, Simon Kinberg, in a recent interview has refused to divulge how Byrne's character will return but promises there's a "rich relationship" with Prof. X to "mine" into.

Rose ByrneRose Byrne will reprise her role as Moira MacTaggert in X-Men: Apocalypse.

Read More: X-Men: Apocalypse Casts Three New Faces.

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Introducing, The Latest Stars of 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

Tags: Sophie Turner - Peter Dinklage - Tye Sheridan

Bryan Singer has announced the actors who will play younger versions of the three most famous mutant superheroes in X-Men: Apocalypse. The director revealed the news on Twitter - and there was a nice surprise for fans of HBO's all-conquering Game of Thrones.

Sophie TurnerSophie Turner is joining the X-Men world and will play Jean Grey in Apocalypse.

Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark on the show, will take over the role of Jean Grey - originally played by Famke Janssen. Turner's Thrones co-star Peter Dinklage played the villain in X-Men: Days of Future Past.

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X-Men: Apocalypse Casts Three New Faces

Tags: X-Men - Sophie Turner - Tye Sheridan

Some breaking superhero movie news: director Bryan Singer has unveiled casting details for three characters in his forthcoming project X-Men: Apocalypse. Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan and Alexandra Shipp will all play younger versions of three of the mythology’s most popular characters.

Singer, who is already attached for the eighth instalment in the popular movie franchise, tweeted the casting announcements on Thursday. The biggest news is the inclusion of Turner, famous for her portrayal of the tormented Sansa Stark on ‘Game of Thrones’, who will be playing a younger version of the ultra-telepathic Jean Grey. That makes her the second ‘Game of Thrones’ star to also feature in the franchise – Peter Dinklage played the baddie in last year’s Days of Future Past.

Sophie Turner
Sophie Turner will play a young Jean Grey in X-Men Apocalypse next year

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Picture - Tye Sheridan - Toronto International... Toronto Canada, Friday 12th September 2014

Tye Sheridan - Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) - 'The Forger' - Premiere - Toronto, Canada - Friday 12th September 2014

Joe Review


Nicolas Cage gives a rare internalised performance in this atmospheric drama, which has a stronger sense of its location than it does of its story. It's been so long since Cage has been this good that we've almost forgotten that he can do it (see Adaptation or of course Leaving Las Vegas). And he shares the screen beautifully with rising-star Tye Sheridan (Mud) in this strikingly observational tale about second chances.

It's set in the rural South, where Joe (Cage) is an ex-con who has rebuilt his life as a contractor. His big job at the moment is to kill trees on land being developed outside a small town. While Joe is haunted by his past, he is respected by his work crew. His only companions are his faithful dog and a prostitute (Adriene Mishler) who serves as his makeshift girlfriend. Then the 15-year-old Gary (Sheridan) arrives looking for work, and Joe takes him under his wing. Gary's father G-Daawg (Gary Poulter) is a waste-of-space drunk who causes trouble everywhere he goes, leaving the family to live squatting in a falling-down house. Joe can identify with this troubled situation, and Gary needs a real father figure, so the two begin to rely on each other.

This is about as far as the film's narrative goes, apart from a side strand that cranks into gear to push things into a somewhat overwrought final act. This relates to Joe's violent past refusing to fade away, as a local thug (Ronnie Gene Blevins) continually goads Joe to revive a long-simmering feud. Which of course threatens the delicate balance of his positive friendship with Gary. Cage and Sheridan are terrific as the soft-spoken tough-guy mentor and his fiercely determined protege who help put each others' lives into focus. And the surrounding actors are strikingly authentic, especially non-actor Poulter as the relentless loser G-Daawg, a performance made even more poignant with the news that Poulter died while living on the streets shortly after filming finished.

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Picture - Tye Sheridan - 22nd Annual... West Hollywood California United States, Sunday 2nd March 2014

Tye Sheridan - 22nd Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing/After Party - Arrivals - West Hollywood, California, United States - Sunday 2nd March 2014

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