The main thrust of the advertising campaign for 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' is that the film will contain characters from both the original 'X-Men' franchise and prequel film 'X-Men: First Class,' making this one of the biggest superhero movies ever made. Although the trailer and previous images have given us looks at this enormous ensemble of black leather-clad mutant warriors, the film's official site revealed a series of character portraits, giving us our best look at 17 of the characters.
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The first official non-Twitter-released image from Bryan Singer's 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' has emerged online, perhaps the clearest look yet at next summer's sequel.
Some photos were leaked from the set of 'X-Men: Days of Future Past,' featuring Michael Fassbender's Magneto and Nicholas Hoult's Beast wrestling around in a fountain. Who doesn't wish they could splash around with these two leading men in a fountain?!
Bryan Singer is still at it over on Twitter, where he posted a brand new photo from the set of 'X-Men: Days of Future Past,' featuring a very '70s Wolverine and Beast.
'X-Men: Days of Future Past,' the follow-up to 'First Class,' is combining both new and old casts of the film franchise for one large time-travel adventure. Though we've only seen pics from the pre-production stages, we now have a first look at one of the characters: Beast! And it looks like he's going through some new changes.
After getting a 35-second taste of the new 'Jack the Giant Slayer' trailer just the other day, the full-length version has now hit the web, and where the previous footage was lacking in the action department, this new reel gives it all and more.
With its March 1st release date looming, it looks like the marketing folks behind Bryan Singer's 'Jack the Giant Slayer' finally remembered that they have a movie to sell. Arriving hot on the heels of a teaser for the new trailer (oh, the days we live in!), the first official clip from the movie is full of all kinds of Giant action, although not too much Giant slaying. Check out the clip below.
We're less than a month away from the release of Bryan Singer's 'Jack the Giant Slayer,' and though the film had nine additional months to figure out how to sell itself (it was originally scheduled to hit theaters in June of last year), we still don't know what to expect. There's a new trailer coming on Monday, and the preview for it suggests scale and pageantry.
One would think that we'd be sick of all the 'Jack the Giant Slayer' posters spilling out of the Warner Bros. woodwork -- do we really need separate ones for each of the giants? But the final two (at least, let's hope they're the final two) are actually more visually stimulating than the previous ones. Check them out after the jump.
Summit Entertainment must not want you to spend the money to go see 'Warm Bodies' in theaters, which is both admirable and confusing. Why spend all this money on advertising when you're just gonna show most of the film's footage online? And on that note, we've got six new clips from the Jonathan Levine-directed 'Warm Bodies.'