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Bryan Singer Tweets First Look At Ellen Page As 'Kitty Pryde' In X-Men: Days of Future Past

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Were you worried about those awful black leather costumes making a return in X-Men: Days of Future Past? Well, fear not, because this time we're going to get...brown ones? Hit the jump for a first look at Ellen Page (and a glimpse of Shawn Ashmore) on the set of the movie. (Cinema, X-Men: Days of Future Past)

Crazay  +   693d ago
Not bad. I like Ellen Page and it's pretty awesome they were able to get her and so many of the cast members from the other series to come back for this one.
RetrospectRealm  +   693d ago
Badass. Lovin' it so far.
Th3 Chr0nic  +   692d ago
shes pretty cute. but it totally looks like she is giving that guy the "i wanna ride you like a donkey" look
TheWolverine  +   692d ago
im glad they brought her back. it would be terrible to have 4 different kitty pride actresses in 4 different xmen movies...
DarkBlood  +   692d ago
4? far as i recall i only seen 2 different ones and thats the second movie and the third but where are u getting the 4th from?
AHall88  +   692d ago
Each movie had their own Kitty.
X-Men had Sumela Kay, X2 had Katie Stuart, and X-Men: The Last Stand had Ellen Page.
DarkBlood  +   692d ago
huh i see, guess i will have to rewatch the first x-men film because i didnt remeber anyone going through walls
Fergusonxplainsall  +   692d ago
She's very cute,and her eyes really attract a audience. I hope she gets a big role and goes through stuff more.
aDDicteD  +   691d ago
ellen page fits well perfectly as shadowcat in contrast to other x3 cast like iceman, rogue, colossus and beast were bad casting choices in my opinion. whether or not she will be replaces in the coming movies as shadowcat is yet to be seen.

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