One of the most memorable scenes in Days of Future Past was when Quicksilver broke Magneto out of his Pentagon jail. But did you know that it was another X villain who was supposed to play jail breaker?
Days of Future Past has created a world of new possibilities for the big-screen X-Men, and we think that calls for some second chances.
It’s been well documented that the studio had to slice a few characters from X-Men: DOFP to get the film in line, but apparently there was one more mutant axed along the way.
Considering the fact that it (literally) tried to connect almost 15 years of canon and more than a half dozen movies, there was quite a bit of stuff crammed into X-Men: DOFP.
When you're facing your older self, what do you do? Impressions, of course.
The movie hasn’t even been out a week, but the studio has already revealed the deluxe Blu-ray packaging that’ll house X-Men: Days of Future Past once it arrives for home release.
Days of Future Past is stuffed with more mutants than any other X-Men movie, but there's one who deserved more screen time, and it's probably not who you think
Just as the original X-Men comic book was a pioneering title for both Marvel Comics and the art form in general, the film version of the mutants led the charge for today's explosion of superhero films.
In case you don’t have time to rewatch the entire gamut of X-Men films before seeing Days of Future Past, just set aside five minutes — we’ve got you covered.
Fox might be building its own little Marvel Comics film universe just like Marvel Studios, but if you ask Bryan Singer, that's where the comparison ends.