Tuesday, October 29, 2013

'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Trailer Feels Like 'Back to The Future' on Steroids

Posted By on Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 11:00 AM

click image TAKEN FROM THE X-MEN MOVIES FACEBOOK PAGE
  • Taken from the X-Men Movies Facebook Page

Today 20th Century Fox released the first full trailer for the latest instalment in the X-Men franchise. I'm excited for X-Men: Days of Future Past despite my sad, fanboy rambling. It's been 13 years since the first movie was released, and a lot has changed since the first movie. The 2011 X-Men: First Class might have been a prequel but who knows. The X-Men universe has been riddled with continuity issues ever since the comic book series started in 1963 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.


I like the idea of mixing the original cast with the cast from First Class. My only issue with Marvel movies is that the real bad guy is the heroes we should be rooting for. X-Men fought the Brotherhood three consecutive times. Iron Man is fought his own suit for three movies. Hulk battled  the Abomination which is basicly the Hulk on more steroids.

The list goes on. First Class did a good job with disgusting who the true mission and purpose of what the X-Men. This trailer is exciting to me in two reasons: The story looks fun and I hope this is the last Bryan Singer X-Men universe instalment because I think it deserves a new creative direction.

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