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Autistic* teenage maths prodigy Nathan (Asa Butterfield, known for ‘Hugo’) struggles when it comes to building relationships with other people, not least with his mother, Julie (Sally Hawkins). In a world difficult to comprehend, he finds numbers satisfying and safe.
X-MEN 2:  THE EVOLVING MUTANTS X-MEN 2: THE EVOLVING MUTANTS
It’s not a sequel, says director Bryan Singer, but an evolution, as X2 explodes onto the world’s screens. And coming from the director of The Usual Suspects and Apt Pupil, that’s not just Hollywood hype. The X-Men universe is designed to expand. Andrew L. Urban reports.
X-MEN: BEHIND THE X-MEN LORE X-MEN: BEHIND THE X-MEN LORE
Born out of the tumult of the ’60s - prejudice, fear and the whole damn thing - there are political and sociological issues and messages inherent in the X-Men lore, say the filmmakers in this edited extract from notes to the production.
 
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He’s not driven by any sense of justice – he doesn’t save the world because it should be saved. XXX is a new kind of action hero: a badass guy who kicks bad butt only because he’s good at it. And because he has to – or go to jail. Andrew L. Urban reports on the birth of a movie franchise: Triple-X.





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