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Submitted by Crazay 523d ago | article

X-Men: Days Of Future Past CinemaCon Footage Features The Death Of Many, Many Mutants

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Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past really kicked off the week right with the release of its second epic theatrical trailer, but we’re not quite done talking about mutants just yet. This morning was the 20th Century Fox presentation at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, and the studio not only used the event to put the new trailer on the big screen in the Colosseum of Caesar’s Palace, but also show a reel of brand new footage. (Cinema, X-Men: Days of Future Past)

thorstein  +   523d ago
It's a time travel movie.... do I have to state the obvious?
cell989  +   522d ago
Exactly, could easily be just a vision of things to come if wolverine doesn't accomplish the mission.....sigh
alycakes  +   517d ago
Just details that I don't worry about until I actually see the movie. There are always surprises.

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