X-MEN Round Up: New Magazine Cover, Featurette And Preview Clip

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x-men banner 2X-Men: Days Of Future Past has dropped a few goodies over the course of the day. So instead of making you work for them by clicking numerous links, we figure we would do one of our favorite things to do and give you a good old fashion news round up. Topics covered will be a new magazine cover featuring some characters, a new featurette for the film and a preview clip.

Firs we start off with the magazine cover. Entertainment Weekly has released their newest cover and it features some of the cast from the movie. Front and center are Mystique, Magneto and Wolverine. Along with the magazine cover producer-writer Simon Kinberg talked about spinning off the characters in their own movies. “The hope is that Days of Future Past will broaden the audience for X-Men such that it will motivate potential spin-offs even more,” he explained. Check out the magazine cover below.

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Next up we have a preview clip from the movie. The clip doesn’t feature anything we really haven’t seen before. However, it is a teaser to the whole clip that will be released during the MTV Movie awards. The clip feature Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique asking a young Stryker, “What’s the matter baby? You don’t think I look pretty like this?” as she changes back to her blue self.

 

 

The last thing that has been released today is a new featurette. I contains snippets, not much at all really, of new footage. However, the focus of the video is on director Bryan Singer. Singer goes into some detail as to why he wanted to come back the director’s chair for Days Of Future Past. Check out that video below thanks to CBM, and check back here at Comic Book Therapy for the latest on X-Men: Days Of Future Past.


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