UPDATED:First X-Men: Days of Future Past Promo Pics Feature Xavier, Magneto, Colossus and…Bishop! Wolverine Too!

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Just a few hours ago, we got our first glimpse of the Sentinels that will be featured in Bion Dinger’s…err…Bryan Singer’s latest installment of Fox’s X-Men franchise. The movie is currently filming and will be combining the two film timelines, seeing the likes of Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Hugh Jackman, Ellen Page, Daniel Cudmore, Aaron Ashmore and Halle Berry meeting up with the cast from Matthew Vaughn’s First Class crew, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Lucas Till and Nicholas Hoult. Some of the details are still under wraps, but if the rumors that surfaced last week are true, Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine will be playing a bigger part than we had suspected.

More goodies have surfaced in regards to the anticipated film in the form of some promo pics for some of the characters, including Omar Sy as the fan-favorite Bishop. Sy is not the only new addition to the cast, as Game of Thrones stand-out Peter Dinklage, who is rumored to be playing Sentinels creator Bolivar Trask, Fan BingBing, playing Blink, Evan Peters playing Quicksilver, Booboo Stewart likely playing Warpath and Adan Canto rumored for Sunspot.

Take a look at the first promo pics to surface, highlighting some familiar faces, sporting some new duds I might add, as well as our very first look at Omar Sy’s Bishop, who is looking pretty stellar if you ask this geek. X-Men: Days of Future Past is set to open in May of 2014. Also, we can expect to see some more goodies surface this weekend,  so stay tuned to CBT!

UPDATEThere’s a couple new images of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine that have also surfaced, one of which shows the character with a bit of gray-tinged hair. Futuristic Wolvie?

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