From The Hollywood Reporter:
It’s time to put Rogue (Anna Paquin) back in the spotlight.
Fans will soon have the chance to see X-Men: Days of Future Past: The Rogue Cut, an extended edition of the film that restores a storyline featuring Rogue that was not included in the final cut.
The above image from The Rogue Cut shows that Rogue’s mission, which takes place during post-apocalyptic segments of the film, sees her get a little help from her former enemy Magneto (Ian McKellen).
The Rogue Cut goes on sale July 14, and it will debut in four screens during San Diego Comic-Con on July 11 at 8 p.m. The screenings are taking place at the Reading Cinema – Gaslamp District (701 5th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101).
So how do you score tickets? Fans who purchase The Rogue Cut at Comic-Con will get two tickets to the screenings, with copies will be available at Fox booths or at the Nerd HQ/IGN Lounge. In addition to the two tickets, fans who purchase copies at Comic-Con will receive a limited edition 3-D lithograph, commemorating 15 years of X-Men on the big screen.
The Rogue Cut has been teased for months, with it officially announced in September.
Part of the radical remodel of The Good Dinosaur includes a brand new cast. Raymond Ochoa, a young actor from NBC’s The Night Shift, will now play Arlo, the titular dinosaur (a role originally assigned to Lucas Neff); Jeffrey Wright, a wonderful character who has appeared in everything from Shaft to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, will play Arlo’s father, Poppa (originally played by John Lithgow); Frances McDormand will be Momma, Arlo’s mother (she was cast originally!); and Marcus Scribner from black-ish will play Buck, Arlo’s brother (replacing Inside Out’s Bill Hader, who played a different brother called Forrest). Neil Patrick Harris and Judy Greer once played members of Arlo’s extended family, but those characters been deleted altogether (thank goodness we can get our NPH fix at Disney California Adventure with World of Color and California Screamin’). New characters and cast members include Steve Zahn, from Steven Soderbergh’s brilliant Out of Sight, as a pterodactyl named Thunderclap; AJ Buckley (Justified) as a T-Rex called Nash; Anna Paquin (True Blood) as T-Rex Ramsey, and the velvety voiced Sam Elliott, from cult classic Road House (and a million other amazing movies and TV shows), as a tough T-Rex named Butch. Additionally, Arlo’s human friend, Spot, has been cast, with Jack Bright (Monsters University) essaying the character.
The Good Dinosaur, directed by Peter Sohn, will be out November 25, 2015.
Written by Julia Hart (The Keeping Room) and to be directed by Lynn Shelton (Your Sister’s Sister), Madame X, which will go through development, is set in Victorian New York City. Described as “a love story, a family saga, and the confessions of a charismatic and passionate woman who changed the lives of countless others”, it centers on Axie Muldoon (Paquin), one of the wealthiest and controversial women of her day. Inspired by the story of an infamous female physician, Axie helped her husband build a thriving midwife business and defied the law in the name of women’s reproductive rights.
Screencaptures from “Death is Not the End” are now up in the gallery!