‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Will Not Be Jennifer Lawrence’s Last X-Men Film?
The entire cast of the upcoming “X-Men: Apocalypse” made a surprise visit and joined Director Bryan Singer on stage at the comic con. They have been shooting for the movie in Canada which is the final installment in the trilogy that started with “X-Men: First Class”. Featuring the likes of Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Oscar Isaac and Nicholas Hoult amongst others, the movie promises to take the X-Men to another level. When Jennifer was asked about whether this movie would be her last movie as the character, she had an interesting answer for that.
According to Comic Book, Jennifer who sat down for an interview with co-stars Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy said that she loves doing these movies and playing the character that she has played quite well. She clarified her answer by saying that she will decide at the moment if she wants to continue with the role or not. She further elaborated by stating that she wants them to ask her and when they do she will analyze how she feels at the moment and then probably make a decision. She also stated that she will know when the studio will be asking her which quite honestly will not make sense to a lot of people but she is in some way sure about it. She also jokingly mentioned that if she felt something in her stomach that would make her throw up, she would straightaway say no otherwise she will ask them the price they would be willing to pay.
On being asked about two of her biggest characters Katniss and Mystique coming to an end, she yet again jokingly replied that it is turning out to be a depressing year for her. “X-Men: Apocalypse” will see Oscar Isaac playing the role of Apocalypse, a God like mutant who claims that the entire human race are his children and how they have followed blind leaders into something wrong. With the power of persuasion, Apocalypse is said to be the strongest mutant in the entire comic world and is believed to have lived for thousands of years. “X-Men: Apocalypse” will release on May 27th next year.
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