Some reports are claiming that director Bryan Singer may come back with his marvelous talent with Marvel Comics’ movie titled “X-Men Apocalypse.” Singer recently released a photograph on Instagram about his much anticipated movie that is going to have its premiere on May 27, 2016.
The photograph that seems to have been taken in a screening theater shows the character Charles Xavier aka Professor X (played by James McAvoy) wearing the Cerebro helmet, Food World News reports. “Coming Soon” is also labeled on the photograph to tease the fans and provoke them about its upcoming premiere. The image is captioned, “Finishing up the first teaser. #xmen #xmenapocalypse.”
According to Venture Capital Post, Cerebro is nothing but a machine that acts in amplifying Xavier’s (or Professor X) telepathic power and as a result he can locate humans, mainly mutants present at any part of the world.
He will be reportedly overwhelmed by Apocalypse’s power because he will be seen giving his endeavor to find the location of villain using the Cerebro machine. Although the director, Singer did not reveal all these details in the social networking site with the photograph, but the movie has all the probabilities to feature Cerebo at its fullest.
On the other hand, Evan Peters disclosed that the upcoming “X-Men Apocalypse” will highlight his speedy mutant Quicksilver.
“He will get to do more ‘cool’ scenes in ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ – even better than his stint in one popular scene in ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past,” the outlet reported
According to Yibada (via Journal De Montreal), Singer will accompany the production team to visit the Great White North in 2017 for the purpose of shooting a seventh “X-Men” film. Oppositely, Michel Trudel of Mel’s Studio (which is reportedly behind “X-Men: Apocalypse” and new “X-Men” film) is said to have come to an agreement with 20th Century Fox.
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