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22 July 2013  |  Written by James White  |  Source: X-Men Movies Tumblr (Via Comic Book Movies)

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The current torrent of information and imagery for X-Men: Days Of Future Past shows no sign of abating, with all signs pointing to something big at the film’s Comic-Con panel on Saturday. The last few days have already brought a look at the robotic Sentinels and information on their creator, Bolivar Trask, and that has been followed up by a look at some of the mutant stars in their slightly fetishistic new togs for the film. Have a look at the gallery below.

Most intriguing here (since we know what Patrick Stewart’s Professor Xavier, Daniel Cudmore’s Colossus and Ian McKellen’s Magneto are supposed to look like), are the new images of Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine looking a little worse for wear – and, even more shockingly, older  – along with the first look at Omar Sy’s Bishop, who has the hair and the scarring well known to comic readers.

The darker uniforms (and Wolverine’s rugged look) point to the film’s storyline about a dark alternate future where Bolivar Trask (Peter Dinklage, who everyone pretty much now knows is playing) and humanity in general begin hunting down and rounding up or killing mutants. Our heroes will need some nifty time-space continuum-bending to avoid their terrible fate, and the resources of not only the cast of the original X-trilogy but also their younger, First Class selves.

McKellen, Stewart, Jackman, Cudmore and Sy are joined in this one by Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Evan Peters, Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore, Fan Bingbing, and Anna Paquin. X-Men: Days Of Future Past is out on July 17 next year.


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I'm really intrigued to see how this all fits together... The Wolverine was originally just a stand alone film, now it's clearly a follow up to Last Stand (Jean Grey is a catalyst), and we know that Xavier shows up post credits to tie it into Days of Future Past. So I guess X-Men Origins: Wolverine is written out of cannon (good), but Last Stand can't be (Jean/Cyclops clearly aren't around- yet)... time travel can explain a lot of things in sci fi, but you can't explain Bill Duke becoming Peter More

Posted by sweetladybrick at 22:33 on 22 July 2013 | Report This Post

Can not wait !!
I really loved First Class, it had its flaws, but overall was a great film, and so glad to have Rogue & Storm back, and hopefully a bit more of Colossus who was under used in Last Stand. Hoping this is as good if not better than First Class and its good to have Bryan Singer back on board as Director. More

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