A new trailer has hit the internet for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days Of Future Past, and this gives us our best guide to the plot yet. It also showcases bigger action scenes than any that we've previously seen – we started counting Sentinels but ran out of fingers – and a Patrick Stewart voiceover that recalls the opening of the very first film. Take a look at the trailer below – and have a gander at the latest poster further down the page.
The story this time, of course, sees Hugh Jackman's Wolverine have his consciousness sent back to his younger self, in order to attempt to change a nightmarish future where mutants are an endangered minority hunted by unstoppable robot sentinels and the world is a blasted battleground. The younger Wolverine then somehow has to pull young Professor Xavier (James McAvoy) and Magneto (Michael Fassbender) away from, respectively, self-pity and a pro-mutant crusade, and try to get them to change the course of history. Easy! Oh, except that Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) is at the heart of the whole problem, and changing her plans won't be easy.
Judging by the new poster below, Lawrence's role is front-and-centre (or they're really trying hard to cash in on her massive Hunger Games popularity), Wolverine has an itchy ear and Professor X the Elder has a floating wheelchair with flames coming out the bottom.
The film also features Halle Berry, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Nicholas Hoult, Fan Bingbing, Peter Dinklage, Ellen Page, Evan Peters, Daniel Cudmore, Omar Sy and Shawn Ashmore, and hits cinemas on May 22.