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Were you worried that X-Men: Days Of Future Past would be less groovy than its predecessor, X-Men: First Class, after swapping the swingin’ ’60s for the ’70s? Worry no more! This exclusive new behind-the-scenes image from the new issue of Empire (out Tuesday, December 31) proves that the principal cast, and director Bryan Singer, are styling as hard as ever in their Starsky & Hutch-style threads.

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I made a graphic featuring the five men I’ve been working on all this year. I wanna thank all the fans for sharing their experiences on meeting James and your kind words and interest in the site. I wanna wish you all a Merry Christmas and may you join us for Frankenstein, X Men 2 and so much more.christmas2

 



Congratulations to Mr. McAvoy for winning the award for Best Actor at the British Independent Film Awards for his portrayal Bruce Robertson in Filth.

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The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him and Her’

Director: Ned Benson
Stars: Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy
The Buzz: One of the fest’s most ambitious projects, it could prove puzzling: Benson has made two films about a troubled marriage — one from the wife’s perspective, the other from the husband’s — packaged together as one 190-minute film.

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New Flith Trailer, also added a few photos in the gallery.



I’ll be working on a new layout, so this is only temporary. 🙂



James has been revealed as Charles Xavier in the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past thanks to Bryan Singer.

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From the looks of this, Xavier will be hanging on to his locks for a while yet, and, given that the portion of the film featuring the First Class cast will be set in the 1970s, he’s gone for it, including a mane that might even impress Hugh Jackman’s Logan.

Days Of Future Past finds the X-team in real trouble in a dark alternate future where mutants are hunted down, put in internment camps or killed by the robotic sentinels. To stop this happening will require the efforts not only of the present-day team (including Jackman, Shawn Ashmore, Ellen Page, Halle Berry, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Anna Paquin and Daniel Cudmore), but also the younger versions of some of them in the ’70s (with McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult all returning).

It’s all being shot in 3D right now in Canada ready for a July 17, 2014 release date.

Source: EmpireOnline



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