Director Bryan Singer tweets a picture of Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique in X-Men: Days of Future Past
Director Bryan Singer confirmed on twitter today that Halle Berry has officially joined the cast of X-Men: Days of Future Past, presumably reprising the role of Storm, whom she played in the first three X-Men films.
Mark Miller, the man overseeing all of Fox’s Marvel related films, has confirmed in an interview with SFX that the classic X-Men villains The Sentinels will make their first live action appearance in X-Men: Days of Future Past.
The Sentinels, an army of giant robots created by the government to hunt down mutants, have been conspicuously absent from the X-Men films thus far, save for a brief glimps in X-Men The Last Stand, when Wolverine cut off a Sentinel head during a danger room training session. Continue reading
The three actors previously played Kitty Pryde, Rogue, and Ice Man respectively in the original X-Men trilogy, on which Singer served as directed for the first two installments. They’re joined by Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, the original Magneto and Professor X, who signed on back in November. Continue reading
According to a recent interview with Collider, Mad Men actress January Jones has not yet been contacted about appearing in the sequel to X-Men: First Class, in which she played the diamond-skinned mutant Emma Frost:
“I don’t know that I’m in it, I don’t think Emma’s in this one. Well they haven’t told me if I am [Laughs]. I wouldn’t put it past them though, I got the script for the first one on the airplane on the way there.” Continue reading
Director Bryan Singer has just announced via twitter that Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart have joined the cast of the X-Men: First Class sequel, X-Men: Days of Future Past. They will be reprising the roles of Magneto and Professor X that they played in the X-Men trilogy (the first two of which were directed by Singer).
So, what does this mean for Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy, who took on those characters in First Class? Continue reading
Anyway, Hugh Jackman is back, with both claws and muttonchops extended and at the ready. Continue reading
The X-Men travel to Japan to find a missing mutant girl, and in the process find a much larger plot that threatens to destroy the world.
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Jennifer Lawrence stars as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games. Previously, she played Mystique in X-Men First Class.
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Rebecca Romijn played the shape-shifter Mystique in the first three X-Men movies. Previously, she played Aurora in the remake of Rollerball, and Joan in The Punisher.