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'X-Men: Days Of Future Past': Beast Revealed

MTV: ''Well, actually only half of Beast has been revealed. "X-Men: Days of Future Past" director Bryan Singer has tweeted a picture of the Beast, and we assume that's returning star Nicholas Hoult underneath the blue fur. Hoult is reprising the role that he took on in "X-Men: First Class," and he's one of only four actors from that first film to return.

Singer included a passage from Jeanne Marie Le Prince de Beaumont's Beauty and the Beast in the tweet. Check out the full picture below. As far as first looks go, this one is pretty awesome.'' (Cinema, X-Men: Days of Future Past)

ajax17  +   722d ago
that pic is freaky
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Sahil  +   721d ago
it reminds me of God of War
Hergula  +   722d ago
Pretty nice, I just hope that they try to make the character better this time around, more development as well.
ajax17  +   722d ago
Yeah, I was definitely let down by First Class. The best part of that movie was the Wolverine cameo.
jony_dols  +   721d ago
The Wolverine cameo was good, but really? I thought the film was flawed, but easily the best part was Michael Fassbender's Nazi hunting.
hazelamy  +   722d ago
the guy who plays Beast needs to bulk up a bit though, he's just too skinny.

anyway, Beast has gone through several variations in the comics, he started out looking relatively normal, if bulky.
lately he's taken on a more feline appearance, that must have been what they were going for in First Class, but now they're tying it more closely to the other X-Men films they have to make the look match a little more.

well, whatever they do, can't wait. ^_^
aDDicteD  +   722d ago
yes i agree that somehow that they are trying the feline appearance of beast like in the astonishing x men and it might work better and be much cooler than the bulk up appearance he has in the 90's cartoons x men.
StarWarsFan  +   722d ago
I like it so far. Does he really look that much different from the third X-Men movie though?
DarkBlood  +   722d ago
2014 needs to come faster
KingPin  +   722d ago
"hey beast, why so blue?"

anyone? no? no?

<crawls back in hole>
Z501  +   721d ago
This is your 3rd X-Men movie Singer. How bout a danger room scene ... and multiple FLYING mutants?
aDDicteD  +   713d ago
i agree 100%, they are lacking a potentially good danger room scene that will make audiences want for more. it is also sad that they do not take full advantage of flying mutants such as rogue and storm. it would be great to see a flying mutant take on a sentinel.
Plagasx  +   721d ago
So far, a MUCH better improvement over First Class Beast..He looked too much like a cat and the CGI face was terrible in first class.
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Crazay  +   720d ago
I agree with you 100% except I thought he looks like a Shitzhu. Also, I really hope that they got a new actor to play Beast because I thought he was awful in every way imaginable.
aDDicteD  +   713d ago
based on facial features alone i think this is the best representation of beast, it shows some feline attributes mixed together with a tamed face.

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