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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

RUMOR: Rachel Summers Set to Appear in 'Days of Future Past'; No Franklin Richards

Will Cyclops and Jean Greys Daughter make her film debut in 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'

Well this just got interesting! According to KPopStarz X-Man Rachel Summers is set to make her feature film debut in Bryan Singers X-Men: Days of Future Past! Now who is Rachel Summers? She is the daughter of Scott Summers and Jean Grey in the Sentinel future of 'Future Past'. She is also married to mutant Franklin Richards son of Mr. Fantastic and Sue Storm which is being rebooted by Josh Trank in 2015.

According to the website actress Michelle Trachtenberg is set to appear in the film as Rachel. As some of you remember back in April is revealed via XMen Films that Trachtenberg was in the film for an undisclosed role. Most speculated she was actually cast as a younger Jean Grey but the report didn't go anywhere beside that she dyed her hair red.  

KPopStarz does go onto say that no Franklin Richards does NOT appear in the film. That simply having Rachel Summers will be the reference needed to connect the X-Men universe with the upcoming Fantastic Four universe.

Now they will need to explain some continuity issues since both Cyclops and Jean Grey died in X-Men 3: The Last Stand. Unless by fixing the 1970's past it reveals that both Jean Grey and Cyclops are indeed alive at the end of the film! Which means...Cyclops cameo! (Ok thats a stretch)

Again nothing is true until proven otherwise. So take with a grain of salt until an official confirmation but what do you think of this idea of having Rachel Summers in 'Days of Future Past' ?!

X-Men: Days of Future Past hits May 2014

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