‘Legion’: Here’s Everything to Remember From Season 1

Before you watch the first episode of “Legion” Season 2 on Tuesday, let’s refresh our memories and try to determine what’s real and what’s being fed to us by a parasite that attached itself to our brains when we were an infant.

Wait. That’s David Haller’s story.

The finale of “Legion” Season 1 — FX’s trippy X-Men show from Noah Hawley — saw our protagonist David Haller (Dan Stevens) getting captured, and the Shadow King attaching himself to Oliver (Jemaine Clement), then driving off into the distance with Lenny (Aubrey Plaza).

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Let’s back up. And if you haven’t watched “Legion” Season 1, don’t read further and go binge the eight episodes. If that sounds like too much work, read on and just start watching Season 2 (we recommend you watch, though).

Most of Season 1 is learning about the characters, and trying to determine whether or not David has schizophrenia or super powers, as he’s been admitted to Clockworks Psychiatric Hospital. It’s here where he meets Syd, who you’ll hear more about later.

As the season progresses, we learn that David is, in fact, a mutant. Not just any mutant, though: He’s the bastard son of none other than Charles Xavier, aka Professor X. That hasn’t been explicitly said in the series so far, but the explanation for how David’s dad knows Amahl Farouk is pretty dang similar to the Marvel comics’ history between Professor X and Farouk.

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Oh, who is Amahl Farouk, you ask? He’s also known as the Shadow King, and he attached himself to David after losing his body in a telepathic battle with Professor X. He has tormented David his whole life, first taking the form of a dog name King in David’s mind, then as “The World’s Angriest Boy,” and finally as a seriously gross monster.

We’re also introduced to what will be David’s crew, starting with Sydney Barrett (Rachel Keller), who also serves as our telepath’s love interest. She’s also a mutant; her power causes her to switch bodies with any life form she touches with her skin (which David learns the hard way).

There’s also Ptonomy Wallace (Jeremie Harris), who can see into others’ memories; and Cary and Kerry Loudermilk (Bill Irwin), who share a body and each can sense what the other is experiencing.

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There’s one more important character: Lenny (Aubrey Plaza), a friend of David’s who was with him at the psychiatric hospital and ends up getting killed when Syd and David accidentally switch bodies. She turns into the Shadow King’s tool.

We’re introduced to a couple organizations, too, including Division Three, a tactical arm of the United States government known for taking out mutant threats. Clark, also known as The Interrogator (Hamish Linklater), starts as a villainous character from Division Three out to get David, but ends up aligning himself with David and his friends later on in the season.

The other group provides safety for mutants in a location called Summerland, founded by Oliver and Melanie Bird (Jean Smart) and Cary Loudermilk (Bill Irwin).

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In the finale, Cary comes up with a plan to separate David’s brain waves from Farouk’s, but it starts to go south (like, David starts bleeding out south). Syd steps in by kissing David — to extract Farouk into her body? — and sets off a chain of Farouk going from body to body until he lands in Oliver’s. The finale ends with Oliver and Lenny driving off into the sunset to cause who knows what chaos.

But as with all good Marvel properties, the story isn’t over until after the final credit rolls.

David gets trapped into some kind of orb that takes him away from Summerland and his pals. So the biggest question going into season two is: Where is David?

“Legion” Season 2 premieres Tuesday April 3 on FX at 10 p.m.

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Before you watch the first episode of “Legion” Season 2 on Tuesday, let’s refresh our memories and try to determine what’s real and what’s being fed to us by a parasite that attached itself to our brains when we were an infant.

Wait. That’s David Haller’s story.

The finale of “Legion” Season 1 — FX’s trippy X-Men show from Noah Hawley — saw our protagonist David Haller (Dan Stevens) getting captured, and the Shadow King attaching himself to Oliver (Jemaine Clement), then driving off into the distance with Lenny (Aubrey Plaza).

Let’s back up. And if you haven’t watched “Legion” Season 1, don’t read further and go binge the eight episodes. If that sounds like too much work, read on and just start watching Season 2 (we recommend you watch, though).

Most of Season 1 is learning about the characters, and trying to determine whether or not David has schizophrenia or super powers, as he’s been admitted to Clockworks Psychiatric Hospital. It’s here where he meets Syd, who you’ll hear more about later.

As the season progresses, we learn that David is, in fact, a mutant. Not just any mutant, though: He’s the bastard son of none other than Charles Xavier, aka Professor X. That hasn’t been explicitly said in the series so far, but the explanation for how David’s dad knows Amahl Farouk is pretty dang similar to the Marvel comics’ history between Professor X and Farouk.

Oh, who is Amahl Farouk, you ask? He’s also known as the Shadow King, and he attached himself to David after losing his body in a telepathic battle with Professor X. He has tormented David his whole life, first taking the form of a dog name King in David’s mind, then as “The World’s Angriest Boy,” and finally as a seriously gross monster.

We’re also introduced to what will be David’s crew, starting with Sydney Barrett (Rachel Keller), who also serves as our telepath’s love interest. She’s also a mutant; her power causes her to switch bodies with any life form she touches with her skin (which David learns the hard way).

There’s also Ptonomy Wallace (Jeremie Harris), who can see into others’ memories; and Cary and Kerry Loudermilk (Bill Irwin), who share a body and each can sense what the other is experiencing.

There’s one more important character: Lenny (Aubrey Plaza), a friend of David’s who was with him at the psychiatric hospital and ends up getting killed when Syd and David accidentally switch bodies. She turns into the Shadow King’s tool.

We’re introduced to a couple organizations, too, including Division Three, a tactical arm of the United States government known for taking out mutant threats. Clark, also known as The Interrogator (Hamish Linklater), starts as a villainous character from Division Three out to get David, but ends up aligning himself with David and his friends later on in the season.

The other group provides safety for mutants in a location called Summerland, founded by Oliver and Melanie Bird (Jean Smart) and Cary Loudermilk (Bill Irwin).

In the finale, Cary comes up with a plan to separate David’s brain waves from Farouk’s, but it starts to go south (like, David starts bleeding out south). Syd steps in by kissing David — to extract Farouk into her body? — and sets off a chain of Farouk going from body to body until he lands in Oliver’s. The finale ends with Oliver and Lenny driving off into the sunset to cause who knows what chaos.

But as with all good Marvel properties, the story isn’t over until after the final credit rolls.

David gets trapped into some kind of orb that takes him away from Summerland and his pals. So the biggest question going into season two is: Where is David?

“Legion” Season 2 premieres Tuesday April 3 on FX at 10 p.m.

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‘The New Mutants’ Delayed: 50% of ‘X-Men’ Film Needs to Be Reshot — Report

“Dark Phoenix” has also been pushed several months, but sources say that’s just because of standard blockbuster reshoots.

X-Men” fans received some troubling news when 20th Century Fox announced two of the franchise’s upcoming tentpoles, “Dark Phoenix” and “The New Mutants,” were being pushed back from their current release dates. “Dark Phoenix,” which finds Sophie Turner reprising her role as Jean Grey, has moved from November 2 to February 14, 2019. Fox has had great success with the “X-Men” franchise over Valentine’s Day weekend, having opened “Deadpool” to $132 million in 2016.

The “Dark Phoenix” delay is not a sign of trouble for the franchise, according to a new report from Collider. In keeping with the tradition of many blockbusters, the film recently had a test screening to see what was and wasn’t working story-wise and will undergo additional photography and reshoots to help strengthen the plot. Because “Dark Phoenix” features a large ensemble cast with numerous A-listers, including James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Jennifer Lawrence, the earliest everyone can come together is August or September. Moving the release from November to February 2019 allows for enough time for filming and post-production.

The situation is a bit more hectic for “The New Mutants.” The Josh Boone-directed film was originally set for release next month (April 13), but now it has been delayed twice. Fox originally moved the release to February 22, 2019, but with “Dark Phoenix” now moving to that month, “New Mutants” won’t premiere until August 2, 2019. Sources confirm to Collider the rumor that the film will undergo reshoots to introduce an entirely new character. The source says a recent test screening for the film went well, although Fox reportedly wants it to be even scarier.

What’s happening with “New Mutants” sounds a little reminiscent of what happened to Josh Trank on “Fantastic Four,” another 20th Century Fox production. Boone is reportedly clashing with Fox over the tone of the movie. Boone delivered a cut that he liked, but Fox wants “New Mutants” to follow in the footsteps of “Deadpool” and “Logan” in terms of being aesthetically different than the flagship “X-Men” universe.

Collider reports that at least 50% of “New Mutants” needs to be reshot. There could be as many as two new characters being added, and both are more than just a cameo. The new characters are fully integreated into the entire story, which is why the release date has been so dramatically pushed. The reshoots for “New Mutants” are expected to be way more extensive than your average blockbuster.

Most of the cast and crew have stayed mum on the fate of “New Mutants,” but co-star Anya Taylor-Joy did express some worry with the delays in an interview with The Playlist last month. The actress called the film’s delay “frustrating” and “disappointing,” but she maintained that reshoots are ultimately a good thing because they represent a chance to make the film stronger.

“I do think that there is a great responsibility to make sure the movie is done right and that we deliver the fans something that they can all feel happy about and excited about,” Taylor-Joy said. “So, I don’t think it being delayed is a bad thing because it’s definitely more important to make sure that we get it right than rushing to make a date. So, hopefully, all of these reshoots and adding of the new character that will give the fans an altogether satisfactory, wonderful product.”

Fortunately, 20th Century Fox has “Deadpool 2” ready for release on May 18, which means the studio has at least one “X-Men” tentpole for 2018. Head over to Collider for more details on the release date changes.

‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ Pushed Back to 2019, ‘The New Mutants’ Moves to Next Summer

Fans will have to wait a lot longer to see Fox’s next movies based on the X-Men franchise as the studio announced Monday that Simon Kinberg’s “X-Men: Dark Phoenix” would move from November 2, 2018 to February 14, 2019.

As a result, the horror-driven X-Men spinoff “The New Mutants” is also moving, from February 22, 2019 to August 2, 2019.

The studio also bumped “The Force,” James Mangold’s adaptation of a Don Winslow novel about a crooked NYC cop, from its release schedule altogether. It had been booked for March 1, 2019.

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In addition, Fox announced that Bryan Singer’s eagerly awaited Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” would hit theaters in the midst of Oscar season, on November 2, instead of its previous Christmas Day release.

Joe Cornish’s medieval epic “The Kid Who Would Be King” moves back two weeks, from February 14, 2019 to March 1.

Fox also announced that Roxann Dawson’s faith-based drama “Breakthrough” starring “This Is Us” star Chrissy Metz will land on April 12, 2019 — one week before the animated feature “Spies in Disguise” that had previously been set for January 18, 2019.

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With the move of “Dark Phoenix,” which stars “Game of Thrones” alum Sophie Turner as the telepathic mutant Jean Grey, a.k.a. Phoenix, the studio will be releasing only one “X-Men” movie this year: this summer’s R-rated “Deadpool” sequel.

“Dark Phoenix” will also star Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Michael Fassbender, Olivia Munn, James McAvoy, Tye Sheridan, Nicholas Hoult, Evan Peters and Alexandra Shipp.

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Fans will have to wait a lot longer to see Fox’s next movies based on the X-Men franchise as the studio announced Monday that Simon Kinberg’s “X-Men: Dark Phoenix” would move from November 2, 2018 to February 14, 2019.

As a result, the horror-driven X-Men spinoff “The New Mutants” is also moving, from February 22, 2019 to August 2, 2019.

The studio also bumped “The Force,” James Mangold’s adaptation of a Don Winslow novel about a crooked NYC cop, from its release schedule altogether. It had been booked for March 1, 2019.

In addition, Fox announced that Bryan Singer’s eagerly awaited Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” would hit theaters in the midst of Oscar season, on November 2, instead of its previous Christmas Day release.

Joe Cornish’s medieval epic “The Kid Who Would Be King” moves back two weeks, from February 14, 2019 to March 1.

Fox also announced that Roxann Dawson’s faith-based drama “Breakthrough” starring “This Is Us” star Chrissy Metz will land on April 12, 2019 — one week before the animated feature “Spies in Disguise” that had previously been set for January 18, 2019.

With the move of “Dark Phoenix,” which stars “Game of Thrones” alum Sophie Turner as the telepathic mutant Jean Grey, a.k.a. Phoenix, the studio will be releasing only one “X-Men” movie this year: this summer’s R-rated “Deadpool” sequel.

“Dark Phoenix” will also star Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Michael Fassbender, Olivia Munn, James McAvoy, Tye Sheridan, Nicholas Hoult, Evan Peters and Alexandra Shipp.

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‘X-Men’ Star Tye Sheridan Says ‘Dark Phoenix’ Will Be ‘More of a Drama Versus a Superhero Film’ (Exclusive Video)

Tye Sheridan, who stars as Scott Summers a.k.a. Cyclops in the the upcoming “X-Men” film “Dark Phoenix,” teased the movie as “more of a drama versus a superhero film.”

“Jean goes crazy in the movie,” Sheridan told TheWrap at SXSW while discussing his other new film, “Friday’s Child.” “Well, Cyclops doesn’t think she’s going crazy; Cyclops just thinks she’s gotta work some stuff out. It’s interesting, the drama in the movie. We treated this movie as much more of a drama versus a superhero film.”

In an Entertainment Weekly article from December, Jennifer Lawrence, who stars as Raven/Mystique, said she would definitely call “Dark Phoenix” a “drama.”

See Photo: Jessica Chastain’s Villain Looks Fierce in ‘Dark Phoenix’ First Look

“We have really great action scenes and we go to space like within the first five minutes of the movie,” she explained. “So it’s definitely exciting but emotionally all these characters are taking the biggest, most extreme dives than they have in the whole series.”

Sophie Turner, who plays Jean Grey a.k.a. Phoenix, also promised in a recent interview with Empire that the film was being revolutionized and that they wanted to create a “whole new genre of superhero movie.”

Sheridan took on the role of Cyclops in 2016’s “X-Men: Apocalypse” and will reprise it in “Dark Phoenix.” The role of Cyclops was previously played by James Marsden in “X-Men,” “X-Men 2,” “X-Men: The Last Stand” and “X-Men: Days of Future Past.” In “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” Tim Pocock played Scott Summers.

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“Dark Phoenix” will also star Jessica Chastain, Michael Fassbender, Olivia Munn, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Evan Peters and Alexandra Shipp. Simon Kinberg, who also produced three “X-Men” films, directed.

Sheridan was at SXSW Film Festival to promote his film “Friday’s Child,” directed by A.J. Edwards. Both “Friday’s Child” and Sheridan’s upcoming film “Ready Player One,” are having their world premieres on Sunday in Austin.

“Dark Phoenix” hits theaters Nov. 2.

Watch the video above.

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Tye Sheridan, who stars as Scott Summers a.k.a. Cyclops in the the upcoming “X-Men” film “Dark Phoenix,” teased the movie as “more of a drama versus a superhero film.”

“Jean goes crazy in the movie,” Sheridan told TheWrap at SXSW while discussing his other new film, “Friday’s Child.” “Well, Cyclops doesn’t think she’s going crazy; Cyclops just thinks she’s gotta work some stuff out. It’s interesting, the drama in the movie. We treated this movie as much more of a drama versus a superhero film.”

In an Entertainment Weekly article from December, Jennifer Lawrence, who stars as Raven/Mystique, said she would definitely call “Dark Phoenix” a “drama.”

“We have really great action scenes and we go to space like within the first five minutes of the movie,” she explained. “So it’s definitely exciting but emotionally all these characters are taking the biggest, most extreme dives than they have in the whole series.”

Sophie Turner, who plays Jean Grey a.k.a. Phoenix, also promised in a recent interview with Empire that the film was being revolutionized and that they wanted to create a “whole new genre of superhero movie.”

Sheridan took on the role of Cyclops in 2016’s “X-Men: Apocalypse” and will reprise it in “Dark Phoenix.” The role of Cyclops was previously played by James Marsden in “X-Men,” “X-Men 2,” “X-Men: The Last Stand” and “X-Men: Days of Future Past.” In “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” Tim Pocock played Scott Summers.

“Dark Phoenix” will also star Jessica Chastain, Michael Fassbender, Olivia Munn, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Evan Peters and Alexandra Shipp. Simon Kinberg, who also produced three “X-Men” films, directed.

Sheridan was at SXSW Film Festival to promote his film “Friday’s Child,” directed by A.J. Edwards. Both “Friday’s Child” and Sheridan’s upcoming film “Ready Player One,” are having their world premieres on Sunday in Austin.

“Dark Phoenix” hits theaters Nov. 2.

Watch the video above.

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The Evolution of Jennifer Lawrence, From ‘Winter’s Bone’ to ‘Red Sparrow’ (Photos)

Jennifer Lawrence has come a long way from her showbiz beginnings on TBS’ “The Bill Engvall Show” in 2007.

JLaw made one of her first red carpet appearances at the premiere of “The Burning Plain” at the 2008 Venice Film Festival.

Lawrence won critical raves as Ree Dolly in the 2010 independent film “Winter’s Bone,” for which she earned her first Oscar nomination.

Here’s Lawrence at the 2011 Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala.

Lawrence scored a nomination for “Winter’s Bone” at the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Lawrence arrived at the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards, where she was also nominated for “Winter’s Bone.”

Lawrence snagged her first Oscar nomination at the 2011 Academy Awards, getting the nod for Best Actress in a Leading Role for “Winter’s Bone.”

Lawrence as Mystique in 2011’s “X-Men: First Class.”

Jennifer Lawrence mesmerized in an undulating blue dress at the 2012 People’s Choice Award, where she scored two nominations for “X-Men: First Class.”

Lawrence went with a two-tone look at the 2012 Academy Awards announcement, one year before winning her first  Oscar for “Silver Linings Playbook.”

Lawrence became a box office sensation playing bow-and-arrow wielding heroine Katniss Everdeen in 2012’s “The Hunger Games.”

Lawrence was solid gold at the 2012 Los Angeles premiere of “The Hunger Games,” one of the roles that catapulted her to worldwide stardom.

Lawrence crossed the pond for the European premiere of “Hunger Games” in style.

And she sparkled in emerald at a 2012 screening of “The Hunger Games” in New York City.

JLaw greeted adoring admirers at a “Hunger Games” fan event in Madrid.

Lawrence in her Oscar-winning role as the troubled Tiffany Maxwell opposite Bradley Cooper in “Silver Linings Playbook.”

Lawrence stepped out at the New York premiere of “Silver Linings Playbook.”

JLaw sizzled in a cutout dress at the 2013 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, where she snagged two Best Actress awards for “Silver Linings Playbook” and “Hunger Games.”

She plays a secret agent seeking her own agency — as in, self-determination — in the new thriller “Red Sparrow.”

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Jennifer Lawrence has come a long way from her showbiz beginnings on TBS’ “The Bill Engvall Show” in 2007.

JLaw made one of her first red carpet appearances at the premiere of “The Burning Plain” at the 2008 Venice Film Festival.

Lawrence won critical raves as Ree Dolly in the 2010 independent film “Winter’s Bone,” for which she earned her first Oscar nomination.

Here’s Lawrence at the 2011 Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala.

Lawrence scored a nomination for “Winter’s Bone” at the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Lawrence arrived at the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards, where she was also nominated for “Winter’s Bone.”

Lawrence snagged her first Oscar nomination at the 2011 Academy Awards, getting the nod for Best Actress in a Leading Role for “Winter’s Bone.”

Lawrence as Mystique in 2011’s “X-Men: First Class.”

Jennifer Lawrence mesmerized in an undulating blue dress at the 2012 People’s Choice Award, where she scored two nominations for “X-Men: First Class.”

Lawrence went with a two-tone look at the 2012 Academy Awards announcement, one year before winning her first  Oscar for “Silver Linings Playbook.”

Lawrence became a box office sensation playing bow-and-arrow wielding heroine Katniss Everdeen in 2012’s “The Hunger Games.”

Lawrence was solid gold at the 2012 Los Angeles premiere of “The Hunger Games,” one of the roles that catapulted her to worldwide stardom.

Lawrence crossed the pond for the European premiere of “Hunger Games” in style.

And she sparkled in emerald at a 2012 screening of “The Hunger Games” in New York City.

JLaw greeted adoring admirers at a “Hunger Games” fan event in Madrid.

Lawrence in her Oscar-winning role as the troubled Tiffany Maxwell opposite Bradley Cooper in “Silver Linings Playbook.”

Lawrence stepped out at the New York premiere of “Silver Linings Playbook.”

JLaw sizzled in a cutout dress at the 2013 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, where she snagged two Best Actress awards for “Silver Linings Playbook” and “Hunger Games.”

She plays a secret agent seeking her own agency — as in, self-determination — in the new thriller “Red Sparrow.”

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Stan Lee, Co-Creator Of Spider-Man And X-Men, Hospitalized With Heart Problems

Stan Lee, the co-creator of Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four and countless other iconic comics characters that became film box office gold, has been hospitalized with heart problems.
Lee, who turned 95 on Dec. 28, was taken to Cedars Sinai hospital with undetermined heart problems and will remain there for a few days, according to his representatives.
His hospitalization arrives just as Marvel’s latest box office offering,  Black Panther, is set to debut.
Lee’s…

Stan Lee, the co-creator of Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four and countless other iconic comics characters that became film box office gold, has been hospitalized with heart problems. Lee, who turned 95 on Dec. 28, was taken to Cedars Sinai hospital with undetermined heart problems and will remain there for a few days, according to his representatives. His hospitalization arrives just as Marvel’s latest box office offering,  Black Panther, is set to debut. Lee’s…

New Mutants director thinks it might be “the hardest PG-13 ever made” 

When the trailer for Fox’s superhero-centric Marvel film New Mutants dropped back in October last year, we were impressed by the studio’s commitment to turning the X-Men spinoff into a full-on horror film. Of course, that was promptly followed by Fox pushing the release back an entire year.

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When the trailer for Fox’s superhero-centric Marvel film New Mutants dropped back in October last year, we were impressed by the studio’s commitment to turning the X-Men spinoff into a full-on horror film. Of course, that was promptly followed by Fox pushing the release back an entire year.

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