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November 8, 2013

X-Men Days of Future Past photos

— Posted by The "Superior" Anthony

If you hadn’t noticed, I’m really looking forward to this new X-Men movie. The idea of Bryan Singer returning to the X-Franchise to direct the best cast assembled for an X-Men film and using Chris Claremont’s incredible “Days of Future Past” as a template? Love it. Check out these awesome photos Fox sent over and thought we might like.

 

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Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, Ian McKellen, James McAvoy, Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman, Ellen Page, Nicholas Hoult, Anna Paquin, Peter Dinklage, Halle Berry

 

Source: Fox

 

 

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  • Amala Cameron

    Can’t wait to see the next move!

  • peter cobham

    Hugh jackman is a great actor no doubt,but singer? Directing again…that just might not be a great idea to me

  • Saroan7

    Seriously? Honestly, I wouldn’t mind X-Men…. I think ending at Apocalypse would be a fitting end, at least hoping they stop there… I believe they used Wolverine as a Cash-cow… I think that was obvious to everyone…

  • lbickfLABor

    Holy God, Jackman is a beautiful man!

  • http://www.themoviepictureshow.com/ Jaskee

    I can’t wait for this movie. Hopefully it’s as good as First Class.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=705629698 Brendan ‘Bendon’ Davy

    Making another Xmen movie is like beating a dead horse. Why make another sequel when the past two films got scores of 57% and 38% on rotten tomatoes. Obviously rotten tomatoes is not the most credible source but people do use it to get reviews for movies. Why gamble your money on making another sequel it is ridiculous. Here is my link to rotten tomatoes proving my point. http://www.rottentomatoes.com/search/?search=xmen&sitesearch=rt

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=705629698 Brendan ‘Bendon’ Davy

    Making another Xmen movie is like beating a dead horse. In 2000 when the original movie came out it received a score of 87 percent on rotten tomatoes. I understand that rotten tomatoes is not the most credible source but that is where a lot of people go to get their movie reviews. The past two sequels in 2006 and 2009 received scores of 57% and 38%. Why put your money on the line for a product that is blatantly no longer popular. My findings are connected to this link.. http://www.rottentomatoes.com/search/?search=xmen&sitesearch=rt

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=705629698 Brendan ‘Bendon’ Davy

    Making another

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=705629698 Brendan ‘Bendon’ Davy

    I believe continuing to make XMEN movies is like beating a dead horse. The original, released in 2000, received a review of 82% from rotten tomatoes. That is actually a very good score but then the last two received scores of 57% and 38%. Why make another one when your finished product is blatantly getting worse and your past viewers are no longer interested. I understand rotten tomatoes is not the most credible source in the world but that is where a lot of people go to get reviews. Here is a link to my findings as well. http://www.rottentomatoes.com/search/?search=xmen&sitesearch=rt

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