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'X-Men: Apocalypse' image shows the villain's Egyptian tomb

A new concept art for ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ gives a look at Apocalypse's Egyptian resting place.

Eerie alignment of Venus, Mars, Moon sparks apocalypse fears

 The sky was graced with a spectacular trio recently, as Venus, Mars and the Moon gathered near the western horizon, however according to ancient mythology the eerie phenomenon could have a darker and more sinister purpose.

'X-Men: Apocalypse' gets new faces

'X-Men: Apocalypse' gets new faces

Actors Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan and Alexandra Shipp have joined the cast of superhero film “X-Men: Apocalypse”.

Patrick Stewart set to return in `X-Men Apocalype`

Patrick Stewart has hinted that he would reprise his role of Charles Xavier in the X-Men franchise for the next film `Apocalypse`.

Alignment of Sun, Mars and Earth sparks `end of the world` speculations

The rare alignment of Sun, Mars and Earth, called "an opposition", which will happen today, has reawakened some `end of the world` believes.

Would prefer to party through apocalypse: Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt would prefer to throw a party if the world was about to end rather than trying to save it.

Malala top name, Apocalypse top word of 2012

Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousufzai, who was shot in her head by Taliban, has become the top name of 2012 along with Apocalypse, reflecting a growing fascination with `end-of-the-world` scenario, which emerged as the top word.

‘New date for doomsday set for January 1, 2017’

Even though people around the globe waiting anxiously for the world to end on December 21 have survived unscathed, the actual Apocalypse is nigh on four years away, Doomsdayers have claimed.

Celebs react to Mayan apocalypse false alarm on Twitter

Kim Kardashian, Bethenny Frankel, Lauren Conrad and other celebrities took to Twitter on Friday to share their joy (and annoyance) over the forever-anticipated end-of-the-world false alarm.

Doomsday Dec 21, 2012: Believers drawn to hotspots

Although scientists have completely rubbished fears that the world will end on December 21, 2012, believers are being drawn to spots where the buzz suggests that chances of survival will be higher.

Mayan apocalypse to strike at 11:11 pm, if it does

Since long debate has been raging about exactly when doomsday will strike, but now experts have melded science and superstition to bring you the exact time.

If there were just 5 minutes to apocalypse?

The world is not ending on Dec 21, 2012, that’s pretty much certain by now. However, if it had so happened and you were told five minutes prior to the end, how would you spend those last few minutes? Share with the world.

Guatemala temple preparing for end of the world

At an eighth century temple deep inside the Guatemalan jungle, people who are convinced that the world is about to end are gathering for the end of times.

Watch the `Mayan apocalypse` live online

Scientists at the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and elsewhere have said there is nothing to be concerned about, that the world will still be here on Saturday.

Doomsday rumours: 500 arrested in China

Those detained are said to belong to a Christian sect named Almighty God, which is also called Eastern Lightning.

NASA releases video on apocalypse 10 days early

In the video, astronomical and planetary experts debunk any notions that the sun will irradiate the atmosphere or that a rogue planet will smash into the Earth.

World not ending, despite Maya prediction: Vatican

The Vatican`s top astronomer has some assurances to offer: The world won`t be ending in about two weeks, despite predictions to the contrary.

Vodka-loaded apocalypse kits on sale in Siberia

Besides vodka, the kit contains a pack of buckwheat, a can of fish, some candles and matches, a notepad and pencil, medication, and soap and a rope.

‘World won’t end next month’

Experts have debunked the doomsday myth, saying that the Maya people did not really mark their calendar for the end of the world on December 21, 2012.

Doomsday Prophecy of 2012 `wrongly translated`

A German expert has claimed that the ancient prediction that the world will come to an end in 2012, has been wrongly translated.