Enter new film appearances by Bishop (at the beginning of the trailer with the dreads) and Warpath.
We do not generally post that many things regarding film however we do not limit ourselves to only writing about gaming, otherwise we may as well just be some nerds that like gaming but have writing skills whatsoever and we know that’s not true. We are journalist and with that said I bring you a movie trailer rather then a lengthy article. Regardless though of the fact that this is not a trailer for a game, it is a trailer for an upcoming movie called X-Men Days of Future Past. So if there is one type of movie that gamers would get off their asses and go see it would be a super hero movie. Lately though that genre itself seems to be breaking box office records so nerds and gamers are certainly not the only ones going to see these films. We just know a lot more about the back story and get extremely pissed off when they do not follow the plot the comic books took. Without further adue here is the trailer which seems to bring both the X-Men: First Class film and the other ones with Patrick Stuart or Hugh Jackman together. How could this be possible? Time Travel …duh, but seriously Cable (Cyclops brother) does it all the time; he pops in with his one normal eye and his big gun to tell the X-Men that shits going down because of Apocolypse (the character), then goes back to his time constantly… if that is his time he is coming from. Enough lessons for today kids and enjoy what may be some salvation in the X-Men films after they killed off certain characters for no good reason.
Brian Singer is back in the X-Men Director’s seat for this film after not having been a part of the X-Men films for some time. In the movie, Wolverine is the bridge between the old chartse and the new as it seemed rather obvious in the trailer above. He will then have to connect to James McAvoy’s (young) Charles Xavier so that the original mutant leader will not give up on the human race, letting (young) Magneto (Michael Fassbender) triumph. So regardless of original plots from the comic book, this film should be very interesting not to mention leaving the opportunity to have TONS of different Mutants making a new appearance, as well as returning ones as their young or old self.
The movie is actually based of of the Marvel comic “Days of Future Past” will be based on Uncanny X-Men #141 and 142 back in 1981 when comic books only cost a nickle. The story of these specific comics introduced the idea of an alternate future for the famous mutants that grew out of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants killing an important senator, leading to a future where all mutants are hunted by Sentinels. A well known and well paid cast returns with James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, Hugh Jackman, Anna Paquin, Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore along with newcomers Peter Dinklage, Omar Sy, BooBoo Stewart, Fan BingBing and more.
Written by Simon Kinberg, Matthew Vaughn & Jane Goldman with a little guidance from the already published comic books here is the full cast:
Jennifer Lawrence … Raven / Mystique
Michael Fassbender … Erik Lehnsherr / Magneto
Evan Peters … Pietro Maximoff / Quicksilver
Ellen Page … Kitty Pryde / Shadowcat
Hugh Jackman … Logan / Wolverine
Nicholas Hoult … Hank McCoy / Beast
James McAvoy … Charles Xavier
Anna Paquin … Marie / Rogue
Peter Dinklage … Bolivar Trask
Halle Berry … Ororo Munroe / Storm
Ian McKellen … Erik Lehnsherr / Magneto – older
Patrick Stewart … Professor Charles Xavier
Shawn Ashmore … Bobby Drake / Iceman
Lucas Till … Alex Summers / Havok
Daniel Cudmore … Piotr Rasputin / Colossus
Booboo Stewart … James Proudstar / Warpath
Omar Sy … Bishop
Bingbing Fan … Clarice Ferguson / Blink
Adan Canto … Roberto da Costa / Sunspot
Josh Helman … William Stryker
Thai-Hoa Le … General Nhuan
Robert Crooks … Nixon’s Aide
Jaa Smith-Johnson … Mutant soldier
Larry Day … General Caris
Amelia Giovanni … Elizabeth D. Sanchez