‘X-MEN:APOCALYPSE’ UPDATE: FULL BANNER OF ARCHANGEL AND A LEAKED TRANSCRIPTION OF THE UPCOMING TRAILER
20th Century Fox continues its hype-machine for the upcoming “X-Men: Apocalypse” movie. The most recent publicity was a full-scale movie banner of the winged mutant Archangel aka Warren Worthington III (Ben Hardy) via the official Twitter site of the superhero movie.
The said photo was lifted courtesy from a Comic Con in San Paulo, Brazil with the mutant playboy looking away as his backside expansively spread the forged metallic wings for everyone to witness. Long-time fans of the X-comic books know that Archangel started out as alumnus of the original X-Men team. The mutant then had his own share of personal turmoil when his feathered extensions were destroyed in a battle.
The villain Apocalypse shrewdly granted him the majestically chilling metallic wings which made the mutant joined forces with him. The movie adaptation beforehand hinted that Worthington III will be a part of Apocalype’s Four Horsemen. Fox didn’t mention if Archangel will have a change of heart at the end.
The social media site, however, also indicated that the first X-Men:Apocalypse trailer has a PG rating but is 20 seconds shorter than the footage which made its debut at the Comic Con.
Last month, producer Simon Kinberg pointed out that the “X-Men:Apocalypse” trailer has secured a spot for their footage to be released during the screening of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
“I can in fact confirm that information. Our first trailer will be on “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” It’s our first thing out there so it is somewhat of a teaser but it’s certainly longer than a minute and it has a ton of cool stuff in it,” Kinberg enthusiastically was quoted on Collider.
For fans tired of the waiting game for the trailer, an Italian website shared a narrative of the upcoming video. A fragment of the suddenly turned up description reads as:
“The trailer opens with Jean Grey waking from a nightmare. She tells Professor Xavier something along the lines of, “I have seen the end of the world. There was only death.”
You can access the full transcription of Cinefilos article via Comic Book.
“X-Men Apocalypse” opens May 27, 2016.
Photo Source: TWITTER/X-MEN: APOCALYPSE