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Exclusive New X-Men: Days Of Future Past Stills
A special look at Singer's mutants, new and old

25 October 2013  |  Written by Chris Hewitt  |  Source: Exclusive

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It’s a good time to be a mutie lover. On Tuesday, the first trailer for Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days Of Future Past will arrive, while next Thursday will see the launch of the new issue of Empire, featuring a world exclusive report from the film’s Montreal set.

Just to wet your whistle and/or whet your appetite, today we’re delighted to unveil seven new images from the epic mutant mash-up that will see two generations of X-Men – the First Class cast of Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult and the ‘original’ cast including Hugh Jackman, Ellen Page, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, Anna Paquin and more – fighting a desperate battle to save mutantkind on two fronts, across two timelines.

The pics give us our first look at a bullet-pocked Wolverine, relaxing in 1973 with a bottle of whiskey; Lawrence on set as Raven Darkholme; Singer directing Patrick Stewart as Professor X in the film’s future-set sequences; Page (as Kitty Pryde) and Shawn Ashmore as Iceman (also in the future section) and, because an X-Men movie can’t be an X-Men movie without it, Charles Xavier (McAvoy) and Magneto (Fassbender) playing chess.

Gaze at the new snaps, marvel at the trailer on Tuesday and then pick up the new issue of Empire from Thursday October 31 to learn all sorts of amazing info about the biggest X-Men movie to date.

X-Men: Days Of Future Past is out on May 22, 2014.
 


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RE: X-Men
L: Deviation It's an absolutely worthless movie. nfortunately so. Tired of all these trailers for trailers, waiting for the full thing to be online. More

Posted by rich at 18:43 on 27 October 2013 | Report This Post

RE: X-Men: The Last Stand
It's an absolutely worthless movie. More

Posted by Deviation at 17:26 on 27 October 2013 | Report This Post

RE: X-Men: The Last Stand
L: Think_McFly_Think The only bad thing I can think of about this movie is that I might actually have to watch X-Men: The Last Stand before I see it. Boo! ut Last Stand is best X Men movie so far. More

Posted by Cool Breeze at 12:24 on 27 October 2013 | Report This Post

Briang Singer? No thanks...
This film lost any hope of being exciting when Brian Singer was brought back from whatever grey, formless abyss must contain the director of such vapid and limp superhero films as X-men 1 and 2. The sheer weight of underwhelming indifference I feel at the thought of this film is as palpable as the pretention of the overwrought language with which this comment is composed. Such a pity. More

Posted by Oroborous at 12:46 on 26 October 2013 | Report This Post

I may be wrong...
...but surely the end of 'First Class' throws 'Last Stand' into the realms of 'What If?'...? And if not... WHY not? More

Posted by wgfuzzydunlop1 at 03:10 on 26 October 2013 | Report This Post

Singer Song a Billionpence
Seriously, anybody doubting this movie is a fool, Singer back directing a franchise which he started and improved with what is regarded as if not, the best, superhero movie ever, X2. (Marvel Avengers the only name check, because of varying solo characters had the advantage of their own movie). Looking Forward to Days of Future Past. More

Posted by Rex at 21:08 on 25 October 2013 | Report This Post

RE: X-Men: The Last Stand
Think_McFly_Think, I'm sorry you'll have to put yourself through the agony of watching Last Stand. Please, for sanity's sake, avoid that POS if you can. More

Posted by coyoteone at 17:29 on 25 October 2013 | Report This Post

X-Men: The Last Stand
The only bad thing I can think of about this movie is that I might actually have to watch X-Men: The Last Stand before I see it. Boo! More

Posted by Think_McFly_Think at 17:04 on 25 October 2013 | Report This Post


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