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April 16, 2014
Latest X-Men Days of Future Past Trailer Shows off the WOW Factor
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All that I can say is WOW! The latest trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past gives us a taste of just about everything and has me very excited for this film. This is probably the most screen time that I’ve seen for the Sentinels thus far. Take a look at the trailer below and be sure to leave your feedback.
Now I know that the Days of Future Past storyline is an alternate timeline so things are vastly different but there are quite a few things that I was unprepared for when viewing this trailer. For one, it seems as though Professor X (younger) was never hit with the bullet that caused his paralysis. I was thinking that maybe it was before the events that took place in X-Men: First Class but then seeing Professor X’s encounter with Magneto changed my mind. The other strange occurrence that stuck out was Beast being in human form in the past. We later see him “beasted” out in what seems like the future but he is definitely in Xavier’s school in human form. Besides the questions that the trailer brought about, I’m just incredibly excited to see this film. What about you all, are you looking forward to this film’s release?
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