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Director Ava DuVernay, whose feature film Selma is nominated in this year's academy awards, photographed at London's Corinthian Hotel. (Justin Sutcliffe)

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If she gets the job it will be the first time a Marvel film is directed by a woman

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James McAvoy and Patrick Stewart play Professor Charles Xavier

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Director Bryan Singer posts photo to Instagram captioned “Xavier reborn”

Chris Pratt with a raptor in a new Jurassic World promo shot

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Paleontologists think the blockbuster should depict dinosaurs accurately

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The Australian is giving up the iconic X-Men role

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