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Monday, October 28, 2013



Bryan Singers 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Twitter Q&A Round-Up


Today Bryan Singer took to his Twitter to answer fan questions which lasted around 30 minutes. He obviously wasn't going to answer the obvious questions *cough* Cyclops Alive *cough* but didn't mention a few little tidbits.
What was the funniest moment on set? 
In between shooting a serious scene on Xavier's private jet, Michael, Nick, Hugh and James dancing to

Mystique has been a fun character to see in the movies. What can we expect to see from her in DOFP?
She's a much more hardened kick-ass character than she was in .

What is he editing right now?
I'm tinkering with a piece in the opening that helps set up the story - but I'm in a good place with the cut. A bit ahead of schedule.

What is the Tone of Days of Future Past compared to the other X-Films?
Although there is a great deal of humor, the overall tone is a bit darker than previous films, particularly because of the stakes.

How many new x men characters are in the new film !
A lot -- Blink, Bishop, Sunspot, Warpath, Ink, Quicksilver, etc.

What is it, do you think, that keeps drawing you back to the X-Men?
I love the the characters. There's always a new place to go in the universe.

Is their any X-Men character that you haven't used that you would like to?
Yeah, Gambit, Deadpool, and a few others I'd rather not mention. 

Its inertesting that he revealed a brand new mutant Ink. Also, gotta give props to my personal favorite mutants Gambit and Deadpool! Anyway this full length trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past hits tomorrow 6am PST.

X-Men: Days of Future Past hits summer 2014

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