Movie Preview: X-men: Days of Future Past, 2nd Trailer

     So in case I didn’t mention it before, I am a huge X-Men fan. Since the famous 90’s animated X-Men television series of my childhood to the big-budget film franchise that has brought more fans to join the mutants fight for their right to exist, I have loved the story of the X-Men, the theme of equality, and each character’s separate story and how it affects them and using their abilities.

     One of the best stories in X-Men history is the Days of Future Past. All of you can imagine how excited I was about this story being adapted to the universe of the X-Men film franchise. I put up the first trailer a few posts ago and now, the new preview has made its way onto the internet and, whether you have seen it or not, I would love to share it with my viewers right here!

   
     From this new preview, we get a better glimpse at the dark future of the original X-Men cast and the mission to send Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) back into the past to stop the war from being triggered by uniting the younger but weary Charles Xavier (James McAvoy), the dangerous Eric Lehnsherr (Michael Fassbender), and the other members from the prequel X-Men: First Class.

     The new preview gives audiences the first glimpse of the Sentinel robots that threaten the Mutant race, created by Bolivar Trask (Peter Dinklage). What will really catch everyone’s attention is the end of trailer, seeing the scene of Charles Xavier face-to-face with his future self, Professor X (Patrick Stewart). Considering what we have heard that Wolverine would be the only X-man to interact with the heroes of the past and future, this scene was a great surprise to fans of both the movies and long-standing X-Men fans.

     We can be guaranteed that X-Men: Days of Future Past will take us on an incredible ride as an audience.

     X-Men: Days of Future Past will enter theaters on May 23.

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