Looking back on her time in the Marvel franchise, the actress has explained how her character and Hugh Jackman's were more than just colleagues.
The first half of the calendar year has thrown up a genuine mixed bag at the theaters this year, as we examine the early contenders for Oscar glory and Razzie shame.
Seen as a suitable long-term appointment by Universal, the studio are wanting to lock down as much A-grade talent they can buy for the franchise.
As the action star is out promoting his part in the upcoming sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle, his eyes are still on the Marvel prize.
Evan Peters will be back for more X-Men action as the studio opens up their theatrical release schedule, with 3 titles for 2020 alone.
As talks between the Lara Croft star and Marvel go quiet, Chastain has been earmarked as the main First Class cast return for the new installment.
20th Century Fox have taken a gamble on two unknown actors as Henry Zaga and Blu Hunt have joined the cast for the upcoming blockbuster.
Sitting down with Evan Rachel Wood for Variety's series Actors on Actors, the Stranger Things star talked about her audition with Hugh Jackman for the Marvel smash hit.
Producer Hutch Parker has addressed the talk of a new Dafne Keen movie and explained that director James Mangold would want it to be standalone material only.
Upon the news that Rosario Dawson is in talks to join the feature, writer-director Josh Boone explained that New Mutants will be a change of direction for the franchise.
Hugh Jackman's 9-film portrayal of James Howlett remains the benchmark, but producer Hutch Parker could not guarantee it will be the last time we see the character for good.
James Mangold talked about a scene that would have opened the 2017 installment, a decision that would have altered the entire experience for moviegoers.