Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Monday, October 28, 2013


ASM has won a long undecided match against Brive to regret that can feed on their new beautiful performance against a "big team" in the Top 14. The

Auvergne has once again been sluggish and made many bad choices, such as the recovery of 22 yards late in the game. The Auvergne has scored 3 testing Nalaga (2 times) and Buttin, against two tests for Brive. The games should be a celebration for the 10th anniversary of the Ultras Vulcans, but the link that we had a silent commemoration The only fans heard in the stadium (small flat for the 50 th) were Coujoux which they have honored their team.

Aurelien Rougerie made a very good game, Jamie Cudmore a good return, Julien Bonnaire a good analysis:

"We started in the shit alone, it is impossible passes, it lags behind the support."

A phrase that could be applied to all games this season.

Source: cyber vulcans

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Clermont: Jamie Cudmore and Julien Malzieu return

Touched his ankle against Montpellier on September 20, the second line of Clermont, Jamie Cudmore, made ​​his return to training.It assumes even receiving Brive on Saturday. Furthermore, winger Julien Malzieu also made ​​his return fully recovered from an injury to the Achilles tendon.


@JNcudmore fan art

Source: weapondark

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

DEADLINE EXTENDED!! Private Bowling Party with Twilight Stars!

To raise funds for a powerful film project to raise awareness about our war veterans struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Charlie Bewley is hosting a ONCE in a lifetime opportunity for Twilight fans! The chance to spend an entire evening at a small, private bowling party with several of your favorite Twilight stars!!!!!
Charlie Bewley ("Demetri" of the Volturi guard), Daniel Cudmore ("Felix" of the Volturi guard), and Bronson Pelletier ("Jared" of the Wolf Pack) are already confirmed to attend, but there will be ADDITIONAL surprise vampires, as well. There will also be food, drinks, and prizes, as well as BOWLING!

The bowling party will be on Sunday evening, February 2, 2014 (exact time TBA) at the legendary Lucky Strike bowling alley in Hollywood, California.

The number of spots is limited, so reserve your place ASAP! To do that, write a check donation for $250 PER PERSON to Astoria Film Company for their Thunder Road Film fundraising campaign and mail it to:

Astoria Film Company
1145 N Hudson Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038

*With your check, specify the donation is for the Bowling with Bewley incentive. (Go to to see the details.) Include your name and e-mail address. Please note this donation only covers the Bowling party (food, prizes, bowling), and does not include any of your travel, hotel, etc. expenses.

More about the film project: Charlie is working with his actor pals Steven Grayum and Matt Dallas to create a powerful film to raise awareness about our young war vets coming home and fighting a private battle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other side effects of war. This project is extremely important to them, as it should be to all of us who benefit from our soldiers' sacrifices. The bowling party is an incentive for the TWILIGHT fans out there to help support this important and urgent cause.

 Please help support this great cause AND party the night away with a bunch of crazy, fun Twilight stars!!


Thursday, October 10, 2013

Oz Comic-Con 2014: Kevin Sorbo, and #Twilight hunk @danielcudmore and more join line-up

Oz Comic-Con will expand to five states around Australia in 2014, and they are certainly bringing some top shelf geek guests to the country to celebrate. Just this month, Oz Comic-Con has announced a mini Hercules reunion with Kevin Sorbo and Michael Hurst joining the ‘Con for its kick-off in Perth/Adelaide.
Sorbo is best known for his role as Hercules in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, along with Andromeda. His Hercules co-star Hurst will join him for appearances, signatures, chats and generally hanging out with fans at Australia’s best con.
Daniel Cudmore, best known for his role as Colossus in the X-Men films and Felix in the Twilight series, will be visiting us for the inaugural Brisbane and Sydney events in 2014. His presence will be hot on the heels of the mid-year release of X-Men: Days of Future Past, so there will be plenty of stories he’ll be able to tell when he hits our springtime shores.
On the comic book front, regular ‘Con attendees Tristan “T-Rex” Jones and Nicola Scott will be at the Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney events next year. Tristan, who chatted with Behind the Panels earlier in the year, is currently working on Hoax Hunters and Sebastian Hawkes, along with being known for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Ghostbusters for IDW. Nicola, another multi-interviewee on the show, needs little introduction as the current artist on Earth 2 (DC Comics), and is also known for her work on Secret Six and Birds of Prey over the years.
Other recent announcements have included Ryan Robbins (Sanctuary, Falling Skies) for Perth/Adelaide, Connor Trinneer (Star Trek: Enterprise) and Bonita Friedericy (Chuck) for the same cities. They will be joining the already announced William Shatner, Nana Visitor, David Nykl, Jason Momoa, Amanda Tapping, Gigi Edgley, Chris Judge, Robert Maschio, Corin Nemec, Mike McFarland and Brad Walker.
Behind the Panels will be supporting Oz Comic-Con 2014 in a frenzied fan capacity by engaging in our ‘Con Crawl 2014, as Richard and David attempt to head around the country to the events in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne and the recently added Sydney and Brisbane. Stay tuned for how you can support us in this endeavour.
The 2014 Oz Comic-Con dates are:
  • Perth, WA – March 29 and 30 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • Adelaide, SA – April 5 and 6 at the Adelaide Showground
  • Melbourne, VIC – July 5 and 6 at the Royal Exhibition Building
  • Brisbane, QLD – September 6 and 7 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • Sydney, NSW – September 13 and 14 at the Sydney Exhibition Centre at Glebe Island
You can find out more information about Oz Comic-Con by heading to their website at

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Pelissie leads Montpellier rout of Clermont

PARIS (AFP) - Jonathan Pelissie scored 31 points as Montpellier routed Clermont 43-3 on Friday to move top in France.Scrum-half Pelissie scored two of his team's four tries and kicked 21 points in the bonus-point Top 14 win as Clermont, whose last victory at Montpellier's Stade du Manoir was in 2009, were knocked off the summit."It's a wonderful evening for everyone. Everything worked for me," said Pelissie, whose side are top of the table for the first time since October, 2010."It was good to take the bonus point especially against a team like Clermont."Clermont have now lost three successive away games and coach Vern Cotter admitted his team had been outplayed."Montpellier were better than us in all areas," said Cotter."We couldn't get a grip on our opponents. We were under pressure and couldn't respond."Clermont had been briefly ahead when Morgan Parra, handed the kicking duties in the absence of Brock James, slotted over a first-minute penalty.But it was all downhill from there for last season's European Cup runners-up as Pelissie took charge.He kicked three penalties -- the last of which was awarded for a high tackle by Clermont's New Zealand flier Sitiveni Sivivatu on Montpellier wing Yoann Audrin.Clermont were then rocked by the injury-enforced losses of hooker Benjamin Kayser and Canadian lock Jamie Cudmore.Montpellier took full advantage of the disruptions to score two quickfire tries, both thanks to brilliant individual work by Pelissie.

In the 25th minute, the 25-year-old picked-up from the base of the scrum, exploited the smallest of gaps before sprinting through three half-hearted tackles to score.He converted for 16-3 and then added his second try of the night five minutes later.Montpellier turned the ball over, allowing Pelissie to kick ahead and chase down his own punt.The ball fell kindly for the former Grenoble player who darted over for the try with his extras making it 23-3.Another penalty just before the break completed the Pelissie one-man show as Montpellier stretched to 26-3 at the break.

Pelissie then took his and his team's tally to 29 points shortly after the restart with another penalty.Two minutes later, the home side grabbed a third try when French international fly-half Francois Trinh-Duc finished a move which started when Clermont's Wesley Fofana had a loose pass intercepted by Timoci Nagusa.Pelissie added the conversion for a 36-3 lead.Sivivatu's night then got worse when he was yellow-carded for failing to release the ball.

While he was off the field, Montpellier kept up the pressure and Trinh-Duc grabbed his second try on the 65-minute mark which he converted himself for 43-3.The irrepressible Pelissie was still involved, however, having made the initial break which created the try.Pelissie was then replaced by Benoit Paillauge, earning a standing ovation from the 12,000-strong crowd as he left the pitch after his 31-point haul.


Sunday, August 25, 2013


Daniel Cudmore tweeted out this photo of him with mo-cap markers on his face, for his CGI-heavy character Colossus in X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. The actor finished his work on the film Thursday night in Montreal, close to a week after principal photography completed in the city.


Saturday, June 22, 2013

A first glimpse at Manticore

With all the pictures and posters coming out for the upcoming movie 'Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters' we have all been anxiously awaiting a glimpse, ok maybe I just have been,  of Daniel Cudmore as Manticore. 

We hunted down this picture of 'Manticore' we are unsure if there are more than one, or if he is ever really seen in the movie, but this is what we have... for now. 


Thursday, June 6, 2013

Cameras, Cameras, everywhere

Dan made sure to give us his best smiles and shot us his pearly whites while in New Jersey late 2012.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Days Of Future Past Tidbits: That’s A Wrap On Daniel Cudmore And Shawn Ashmore Talks Iceman

No set pics today, but we have a couple pieces of Days of Future Past news to hold you over until the next batch of photos hit the web. Colossus and Iceman will be teaming-up for this double shot of info. Daniel Cudmore took to his Twitter to announce he was finished filming his part for Bryan Singer‘s inbetweenquel and Shawn Ashmore revealed in a recent interview that we would be seeing a different Bobby Drake this time around.
First up is the big man from Russia, ColossusDaniel Cudmore Tweeted that he had wrapped filming on Days of Future Past and was now off to do other things in France. While a few weeks of filming happened indoors and the production is just now starting to go out in the open in Montreal, that seems like a pretty short time for Cudmore to have filmed scenes. Colossus wasn't treated too kindly in the first three X-Men films, so a lot of fans were hoping to see a lot more of the big shiny brute this time. Hopefully Cudmore has some big scenes and a few moments in the spotlight. He seems to be happy with his part according to another Tweet. It’s worth pointing out there are over 18 major mutants in the film already, so hopefully Cudmore doesn't get the short end of the stick yet again.

Well that was one hell of a fun last day on ! Thanks to @BryanSinger and the rest of the cast and crew!!

@Aye_Dreee_In: @danielcudmore Be honest, are you proud of your role compared to the other x-men films? A simple yes or no will suffice.”Yes

Shawn Ashmore recently spoke with about Days of Future Past as well as his new TV show The Following with  First Class alumn Kevin BaconAshmore teased a new, more mature Bobby Drake. After Ashmore talked about coming back to the role, what he said about the upcoming movie made it sound like the majority of his screen time will be based in the apocalyptic Sentinel controlled future:

What’s so great about being part of a franchise is every couple of years, or in our case, every five or six years, you get to come back and work with the filmmakers and actors. I just turned 19 when I shot the first movie. I was still a teenager, but it feels like a lifetime ago. Everyone’s grown up. Bryan has grown as a filmmaker as well, so it’s really exciting. Bryan has grown as a filmmaker as well, so it’s really exciting
Some of our characters in the film are facing a far, dark future and that continues with Bobby as well. It’s an intense storyline and pretty exciting. He’s changed from who you saw in ‘X-3.’
We saw a teaser pic of Ellen Page with Ashmore‘s face slightly visible. They definitely looked to be in the gritty future, so it’s not a big surprise Iceman may be only in the future section of the storyline. Hopefully Cudmore gets his due in Days of Future PastColossus plays a pretty big role in the comic book, so maybe his rather short time doesn’t tell the whole story. What do you think?


Wednesday, May 15, 2013

More from the set of 'Days of Future Past'

Bryan Singer is no stranger to sneak peeks. His latest sneak of 'X-men: Days of Future Past' has paired up beast and Wolverine.

Looking good and loving the sneak peeks. The only question we have here is, "when do we get a tease of Colossus?"

We hope we get a look soon.

Vern Cotter concerned over injury list as Heineken Cup final of enforcers looms

Clermont coach looks forward to Saturday’s clash against Toulon

It’s easy to see how Vern Cotter and Joe Schmidt worked as a partnership. Unannounced and apologetically, we came at the 51-year-old New Zealander in the lead-up to the Heineken Cup final. He answered our questions straight, providing as much time as we needed.
We start with Aurelien Rougerie. The veteran centre is to ASM Clermont Auvergne what Paul O’Connell is to Munster. Dyed in the wool, leader.
Injured. A hamstring tear, sustained in their dismissal of Toulouse four weeks ago, Clermont’s captain is unlikely to recover for the Toulon collision in Dublin on Saturday.
Their South African recruits, flanker Gerhard Vosloo and prop Daniel Kotze, are further concerns.
“Don’t think I’ll get all three of those guys back,” said Cotter. “Hopefully I’ll get one or two but I’m reasonably doubtful.”
“Aurelien is 50 50. He ran a bit today. We’ll put him on the paddock Thursday with the medics making the decision for us.”

Bastareaud watch
That means Regan King will probably be on Mathieu Bastareaud watch. A one time All Black, King ripped it up against Munster, somewhat easing the loss of the Clermont’s most iconic sportsman.
“It would be very disappointing for him to miss out but we have been able to rotate. We played the semi-final without him, as we did the quarter-final without Brock James. We’ll adapt if we have to.”
Candaian bruiser Jamie Cudmore (shoulder), the giant Vincent Debaty (thigh) and outstanding Napolioni Nalaga (ankle) are fit to play.
Sitiveni Sivivatu may have rediscovered his devastating All Black form of late, but it’s his fellow Fijian winger that leads all the statistics. Nalaga is the competition’s top try scorer with seven in eight games, top carrier (94), most metres (667), clean breaks (13), defenders beaten (26).
Cotter also has a humongous pack of forwards at his disposal. Toulon are bigger. Bakkies Botha facing off against Cudmore and Nathan Hines makes this, the fourth all-French European decider, the final of enforcers.
“They apply constant pressure, they never let up, there are no surprises with these players, everybody knows them.
“For us, it is about being able to get fast ball, play a high tempo, keep them moving. That’s our basic game plan.”

Keep up the pace
So, keep up the pace and Clermont win, get dragged into a sumo wrestle and Jonny Wilkinson will kick Toulon onto the podium? “They are a very physical team, the most physical team we’ve come up against. They dominate and then create space with Matt Giteau excellent at seeing gaps and exploiting them. It is generated by a very strong go forward from their pack and Bastareaud in midfield.”
It is put to Cotter that the pressure could get to Clermont. Against Munster in the semi-final they returned for the second half a pale shadow of the marauding, intimidating men who dominated the opening stanza.
“Subconsciously, I think we got a little careless. We didn’t apply pressure on them constantly when we got in front. They scored a well worked try. They put pressure on us and got a reward for that. Then the game changed.“But I think we kept enough calm and control to come away with the win.”
One more question. What does he think about his former assistant coach getting the Ireland job? “I think he deserves it. He’s done a great job for Leinster, he’ll do a great job for Ireland. He’s a very hard working coach, he’s a smart person, he’s a good person. If he’s got good people around him they will do great things for Irish rugby.”
Okay, last one. Promise. What’s all this about you joining Joe Schmidt in the international arena as the Scotland coach? “Ah jee, I seem to be getting linked with all these jobs. I’ve got another year left with Clermont. I would like to finish well and then we’ll see whether the adventure can continue here or perhaps it will be time to move on.”


Monday, May 13, 2013

Technical Difficulties

Hey Team!

Just to let you all know we are experiencing some difficulties here at Team Cudmore. We are working hard to fix these problems and bring you all the latest news on Daniel and Jamie Cudmore.

Stay tuned, here as well as our facebook

Thanks for the follow and please stay tuned!!

Friday, May 10, 2013

Twitpic of Booboo Stewart and Daniel Cudmore "X-Men: Days Of Future Past" Set

Booboo Stewart, Daniel Cudmore, and Patrick Stewart ( from left to right ) 

The super heros of the new X-Men Days of future past were rescued by fireman in the early hours of the morning in their hotel room. 

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters Unveils New Stills

Three years after the release of Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, the titular demigod played by Logan Lerman is heading back to cinemas this summer, and he's bringing along a lot of friends - some old and some new. 

With 2013 already starting to fly by - can you believe that it's almost April already? - USA Todayhas premiered five brand spanking new first look photos at the anticipated August release,Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, directed by Thor Freudenthal. The first photo, seen above, shows Percy reuniting with Annabeth (played by the returning Alexandra Daddario), the daughter of Athena, but that's only the tip of the iceberg. 

Providing some comic relief in the sequel, Stanley Tucci will be playing the role of Dionysus in the new movie, who Greek myth enthusiasts will remember as the god of wine, ritual madness, and basically everything good-time related. Check him out below sporting a wicked goatee, some crazy hair, and a loud leopard print shirt.

Next up we have more of an ensemble shot. In addition to Percy and Annabeth, this shot features from left to right Tyson the Cyclops (franchise newcomer Douglas Smith); daughter of Ares, Clarisse La Rue, (the also new Leven Rambin); and Grover the satyr (once again portrayed by Brandon T. Jackson). 

While these photos do show off a good number of the new castmembers, there are still plenty that need to be revealed, including Nathan Fillion as Hermes (he's stepping in for Dylan Neal);Missi Pyle, Yvette Nicole Brown and Mary Birdsong as The FatesAnthony Head as Chiron (replacing Pierce Brosnan); and Daniel Cudmore as Manticore. Seeing as the film won't actually be out until August, however, there's still plenty of time. 


Wednesday, March 20, 2013

What if @danielcudmore was a cartoon?

We had a little fun and cartoonized Dan. Tell me what you think!

'X-Men: Days of Future Past' adds Daniel Cudmore and newcomer Fan Bingbing Read more at of future past adds @danielcudmore and newcomer fan bingbing

Colossus and Blink will join sequel's growing mutant cast

"X-Men, Days of Future Past" has added yet more mutants, both old and new.

First, Daniel Cudmore ("The Twilight Saga") will reprise his role as the metallic Russian bodybuilder Colossus, as seen in 2003's "X-Men 2" and 2006's "X-Men: The Last Stand," according to Comic Book Resources.
Meanwhile, Singer Tweeted that Chinese actress Fan Bingbing has cast as Blink, a fan favorite mutant with the ability to teleport. 
She recently starred in Chinese box office hits "Double Exposure" and "Lost In Thailand." She'll soon be seen in the remake of "The Bride With White Hair." Bingbing is also in talks to star in the next chapter of the "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" saga, according to Deadline.

"Future Past" deals with multiple timelines, allowing the return of such franchise veterans as James McAvoyPatrick Stewart (both playing Professor X), Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, the two Magnetos (Michael Fassbener and Ian McKellen), Anna Paquin (Rogue), Halle Berry (Storm), Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique), Nicholas Hoult (Beast), Ellen Page (Kitty Pride), and more. Newcomers include Peter Dinklage and Omar Sy.

Singer's tweet included a photo of a wall of cast headshots, and the caption, "3 #Oscars, 6 #GoldenGlobes, 1 #BAFTA, 2 #Emmys, 2 #Tonys, 5 #Oliviers, 1 #Ceaser - Now let's blow s**t up! #XMEN" That's quite a cast.

As CBR points out, there are a few blank space on the wall, meaning that casting isn't quite yet finished. Cyclops? Jean Grey? Someone new? Who would you like to see added to the cast?

"X-Men, Days of Future Past" is set to open July 18, 2014.


Saturday, March 16, 2013


Bryan Singer has just tweeted an image which features a collage of the cast members of the highly-anticipated X-Men: Days Of Future Past. Included among these pictures are the recently added Peter Dinklage and Omar Sy (who have their roles covered up) as well as three new additions to the cast. Among these three new additions is actor Daniel Cudmore who will be reprising the role of Colossus in the film.

  L-R: Hugh Jackman (Wolverine), Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique), James McAvoy (Charles Xavier), Michael Fassbender (Erik Lensherr), Patrick Stewart (Professor X), Ian McKellen (Magneto), Nicholas Hoult (Beast), Peter Dinklage (Unknown Villain), Halle Berry (Storm), Ellen Page (Shadowcat), Shawn Ashmore (Bobby Drake), Omar Sy (Unknown role), Anna Paquin (Rogue), Fan Bing Bing (Blink), Booboo Stewart (Unknown role), Daniel Cudmore (Colossus)

Also joining the cast is actress Fan Bingbing as the teleporting mutant Clarice Ferguson, better known as Blink, and actor Booboo Stewart, who may be best known from his appearances in theTwilight series, in a currently unknown role. There’s definitely a chance Stewart could be playing the role of Sunspot, who was originally set to appear in X-Men: First Class, and be the rumored character that Singer would be using the motion capture tech for. We also see some empty gaps on the wall. Who else does Singer have up his sleeve? We’re still hoping that one of them is James Marsden, being that Singer said he was going to “correct a few things”. With production on the film set to begin next month, we should be learning the full cast of the film very soon.
X-Men: Days Of Future Past is set to hit theaters July 18th, 2014.

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Sunday Yummies

Thought it would be nice to post some yummies of Daniel on this Sunday morning! Enjoy!

X-Men: Days Of Future Past Still Has Storm And Nightcrawler Listed As Maybes

Director Bryan Singer has been very vocal about the actors he will be reuniting with on the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past. Thanks to the film's time travel plotline, having part of the story set in the distant future and others set in the 1970s with the First Class crew, the project has allowed Singer to bring back actors like Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Hugh Jackman, Ellen Page, Anna Paquin and Sean Ashmore from the original X-Men trilogy to reprise their roles as Professor X, Magneto, Wolverine, Kitty Pryde, Rogue and Iceman, respectively. 

Exciting as all of those announcements have been, however, the nagging question that always comes back is, "Who else?" Nobody stays dead in the world of comics, so could James Marsden and Famke Janssen potentially come back as Cyclops and Jean Grey? What about Aaron Stanford as Pyro or Daniel Cudmore as Colossus? Singer is undoubtedly fielding those questions regularly as he powers through pre-production on the movie, but for today he's responded to questions about two specific characters: Nightcrawler and Storm. 

Let's start with the blue teleporter, shall we? A couple months back Alan Cumming, who played the role to acclaim in 2003's X2, went on the record saying that he would be interested in reprising the role should there be a spot for him in the cast. In response to those quotes, The Huffington Posttook the opportunity recently to ask Singer about the possibility of Nightcrawler being in X-Men: Days of Future Past, but sadly his response was rather non-committal. "I don't know. We'll see. You know ... we'll see," he started to say before being prodded for more. "Yeah, I know. I don't want to ... sometimes you don't want to say 'yes' or 'no' to something that may not be a 'yes' or a 'no,' or anything. I haven't decided yet, a few things. I'm still, you know -- there are certain aspects of the script that I'm still toying with." 

Similarly, Singer's quotes to MTV are keeping question marks around Halle Berry's potential involvement as well. In December it was rumored that the production was approaching the actress about coming back as the weather-powered mutant Storm, but nothing has ever been confirmed. When asked for a status update, Singer told the network, ""I can’t say. I don’t know yet. And it’s not necessarily a deal making aspect at all. I want to make sure it’ll make sense. But I love working with her." 

As exciting as it would be to see a lot of the old mutants from the original trilogy in X-Men: Days of Future Past, I appreciate that Singer doesn't want to go the X-Men: The Last Stand route and over-fill the screen with characters. Production is scheduled to start in the next couple months, so perhaps we'll have a final headcount by then. 


Wednesday, January 30, 2013

X-Men: Days Of Future Past adds familiar faces, but will Daniel's Colossus be there?

More names from the original X-Men movie trilogy join Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days Of Future Past...
Bryan Singer is getting closer and closer to shooting the follow-up to X-Men: First Class, with X-Men: Days Of Future Past heading into production soon.
As well as the bulk of the First Class cast appearing, the plot this time - which involves time travel elements - will bring in faces from the original X-Men trilogy (of which Singer directed the first two outings). As such, we've already heard that Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen are involved. But Singer has now announced on his Twitter feed that Anna Paquin, Ellen Page and Shawn Rashmore are returning too.
Paquin will be playing Rogue again, Page is back as Shadowcat, while Ashmore will be reprising the role of Iceman. In his Tweet, Singer thanks Brett Ratner for letting them live in X-Men: The Last Stand, which suggests that the characters he did bump off are going to stay dead (in spite of the time travel mechanic).
More news on X-Men: Days Of Future Past as we get it. The film is set for release on July 18th 2014.