20th Century Fox just unveiled the final trailer for "X-Men: Days of Future Past," showing Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) assembling the X-Men team. Check it out below.
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" has Kitty Pryde sending her mind back to her younger self in order to warn the X-Men that Senator Robert Kelly's assassination will result in a future where Sentinels rule the United States and mutants live in internment camps.
The new movie stars James McAvoy, Halle Berry, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Michael Fassbender, Peter Dinklage, Jennifer Lawrence, Anna Paquin, Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore, Omar Sy, Daniel Cudmore, Fan Bingbing and Boo Boo Stewart. It's set to hit theaters on May 23rd.
This looks awesome!!! But of course it wouldn't be WP without the nay sayers.
Sentinels look pretty badass. Portal use looks way better than in that sh*tty Thor sequel. Singer will bring the xmen films back to the level of quality he started. X1 and 2 films were just as good as any of the Marvel Studios films. Hope this one is even better.
Quick Silver is Magneto's son so why is he all grown up in the past. He shouldn't even be born yet.
I'm excited Bryan Singers back but then again he hasn't done a good movie since x-2… The usual suspects was his best movie by far and that was back in 1995. He has only had two good movies since and that was x-1 and x-2. Superman Returns was pretty bad, Valkyrie was terrible, and Jack the Giant slayer was flat and not one bit entertaining.
^ that explains why he wasn't in the original trilogy
WV-Filmswrites: on April 16th, 2014 at 11:02:54 AM
eeehh...that trailer makes it look a bit hammy. i guess We'll see.
TheCountwrites: on April 16th, 2014 at 12:24:49 PM
Why on all the news for this movie is the plot synopsis taken from the comics? It's been known for a while that it's Wolverines mind that goes back to stop the assassination of Peter Dinklage's character
Bullit used to piss on jbs mums mouth and her pushy after he paid her with crack for sexual favors and after he busted in her the urine was transferred to Jb.so that now Jb is obsessed with urine on himself
he directed the Amateur Hour segment
(the one with that scary bitch)
hope he can redeem the francise
but its all been done so most likely not
Sleuth1989writes: on April 16th, 2014 at 5:03:11 PM
Man I hope so. I remember how engrossing the action was for X2. It was beautiful. Singer has my hopes. Of course I say focus little on Lawrence as possible as Cannon said and the worry of mixing the two timelines together well. I am hopeful but I am very cautious.
What is it with trailers lately, I was looking forward to this movie then this one comes along. Again bad music choice as Kashmir ( the destroyed version) is still stuck In my head from the last awful Godzilla movie. And such an odd thing to do or a stoke of genius thing to do. Subconsciously remind people of the last Godzilla movie (which sucked) when the new movie is coming out 2 weeks ahead of xmen. Thoughts people? Am I think to much about this? Because I work in marketing i might be looking In to it to much, who knows.
Everyone knows by now that a superhero movie ain't over till it's over, and that means waiting until the very end of the credits to catch a last-minute bonus scene. And so it goes with the arrival of the summer-launching "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" — but we don't get a teaser for a future wall-crawler adventure or spinoff. Instead, the mid-credit sequence is from a rival comic book property from a rival studio, Fox's "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
Sleuth1989writes: on April 16th, 2014 at 8:46:41 PM
You perplex me my friend. Some days you seem really excited for this film and others you hate it. Back and forth encouragement from the trailers?
Sleuth1989writes: on April 16th, 2014 at 8:47:44 PM
Wait so Fox and Sony are teaming up?
minkowskiwrites: on April 16th, 2014 at 8:54:35 PM
^^I'm not excited. Some days I can find a reason for a bit of general cinematic enthusiasm, such as that for Singer's super-average cinematographical framing, but I'm not remotely excited for yet another comic book movie, especially not after SIX X-Men/Wolverine titles, of which at least half are downright garbage.
minkowskiwrites: on April 16th, 2014 at 8:55:45 PM
@Sleuth: It appears so, which is a concern for Marvel and downright terrorizing to the cinephile such as myself.
Sleuth1989writes: on April 16th, 2014 at 9:10:34 PM
The movie looks fine, but my God I have to say it...why is Lawrence so great?! That scene they show in the trailer she was the same, monotone, punkass cheerleader. I don't get it!
Please, Marvel is not sweating it any time soon. It helps to have Disney as a backer and being more faithful to comic books to start but also the fact is Marvel delivers solid stories. Fox and Sony can barely scrounge together their tales and let's not even mention DC. The fact is Fox and Sony are desperate so they are attempting to join forces. Since they only have a few properties they will not win. Marvel can make hundreds of stories and they will only be able to create a combined dozen or so with tons of sequels. It's pathetic really, especially given that this mid-credits scene was not in the original screening meaning it was barely added at the last minute. Still, alternate timeline...maybe Mystique dies? LOL
minkowskiwrites: on April 16th, 2014 at 9:24:39 PM
@Warriors: Great Bill Watterson quote.
"You can make your superhero a psychopath, you can draw gut-splattering violence, and you can call it a "graphic novel," but comic books are still incredibly stupid."
minkowskiwrites: on April 16th, 2014 at 9:27:26 PM
@Sleuth: No, they won't win, and their current offerings are a huge mess, not nearly as coherent as Marvel's efforts, but they do have the exclusive rights to Marvel's top-tier characters, and if they could somehow work them together into an X-Men/Spiderman movie and make it look good, it would definitely give The Avengers a run for their money.
I also like how we're talking as if DC doesn't even exist, which is virtually true.
Sleuth1989writes: on April 16th, 2014 at 9:32:37 PM
Man at this rate we'll never see a Justice League movie. Development hell for years as DC hopes the Marvel craze dies down. Marvel is building an army built for a single purpose...to rule the world of comic book movies. LOL
Perhaps X-Men and Spider-man could but let's be real, neither has much of a following. That's two franchises. Marvel has over half a dozen characters and their loyal followers and building more each year. X-men and Spider-man lost their appeal when X-Men screwed up every story and Spider-man rebooted the series half a decade after the original with an immense popularity still there. Even if X-Men: Days of Future Past is a great movie, they have no way to build off it now because they've set it up for a solo timeline about this and than the Apocalypse storyline.