‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ New Image Teases Upcoming Trailer!

By Anshul Hardikar | 1 year ago
‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ New Image Teases Upcoming Trailer!
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As we all know “X-Men: Apocalypse” will have its first teaser released in a few weeks with “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” which naturally is one of the best ways to bring forward the first look. However, before the teaser’s release, director Bryan Singer teased a new image of Professor X from the soon to release teaser.

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According to Comic Book Resources, Bryan Singer shared a new image of James McAvoy’s Professor X from the teaser that he is currently working on and will be finishing soon. The image shows Professor X visibly nervous and worried as he has dons the cerebro once again. The picture too has been taken in a private theater, which seems like a private viewing facility that would normally be located near an editing suite.

For all those who are aware Charles Xavier uses that cerebro to track down other mutants and he efficiently used the same machine back in “X-Men: Apocalypse.” In the image too one can see Charles with a full set of hair and it can be assumed that following this and in order to further use his telepathic powers correctly, he will take Hank’s advice and go full bald, thus completing the actual look of the most powerful telepath.

If you might remember back in “X-Men: First Class,” Hank aka the Beast advised if he could shave Charles’s head because that would help him track down more mutants easily but Charles refused to do so quite bluntly. Maybe looking at their current situation and wanting to summon as many mutants as he can, Charles will do anything to stop the biggest threat “X-Men” has ever encountered.

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Screen Crush reported that Charles’ eyes too can be seen blackened out from inside, which means he must be in contact with Apocalypse and must be having some sort of vision that has already scared him.

“X-Men: Apocalypse” will release next year on May 27th.

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