New ‘X-Men: First Class’ Trailer Offers More Mutants & Story

Published 4 years ago by , Updated February 10th, 2012 at 12:10 pm,

New Longer X Men First Class Trailer New X Men: First Class Trailer Offers More Mutants & Story

Despite some unimpressive stills, photos and movie posters, the trailers for X-Men: First Class have sold us on Twentieth Century Fox’s attempt at launching another X-Men film series with the help of Bryan Singer and director Matthew Vaughn. The only problem is that all of the X-Men: First Class trailers so far have remained mostly the same.

Enter Yahoo with an exclusive extended trailer to offer something new and different for eager fans and those still debating whether the X-Men prequel is worth seeing compared to its summer superhero counterparts in Thor, Green Lantern and Captain America.

The new trailer runs 2 minutes and 40 seconds and right off the bat, you’ll raise an eyebrow, noticing that the intro and structure of the trailer is exactly the same. Don’t fret, the trailer does offer lots of new goodies, not the least of which is a much deeper look into the story and relationships of X-Men: First Class.

The most interesting elements presented in the added scenes involve more of Xavier (James McAvoy) and Erik Lehnsherr’s (Michael Fassbender) debating of philosophies, them discussing their young team of newfound mutant friends and their readiness for action, and lastly, the decision on the best way to introduce mutants to the world. Lehnsherr/Magneto and his horrifying history with the Nazis leaves him to believe mutants will be shunned, even though in his mind they are superior -whereas Charles/Professor X believes they should put their lives on the line to help stop a war, thus earning the trust of the world.

The extended trailer also looks at the supporting cast of mutants and their powers, showing off more of Havok’s energy blast, Angel Salvadore’s wings, Banshee’s underwater sonic scream and Beast’s transformation into the lovable blue fur ball. More importantly, we finally get to see and hear Raven Darkholme/Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) and Hank McCoy/Beast (Nicholas Hoult) actually speak.

And the international version which features a few brief shots of Riptide:

While we are offered more of the political slant of the X-Men: First Class 1960s era story and many more shots of the “First Class” of X-Men mutants, the studio is still holding back on the Hellfire Club aspect of the plot, specifically the characters of Sebastian Shaw and Emma Frost. Perhaps that’ll be the focus of the final theatrical trailer as we edge closer to the film’s release, or better yet, maybe they’re keeping that a surprise to enjoy in theaters.

The X-Men: First Class cast includes James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Kevin Bacon, Jennifer Lawrence, January Jones, Rose Byrne, Nicholas Hoult, Jason Flemyng, Zoë Kravitz, Lucas Till, Oliver Platt, Ray Wise, Edi Gathegi, Caleb Landry Jones and Álex González.

X-Men: First Class hits theaters June 3rd, 2011 and I’ll be there.

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  1. I am sold. Midnight showing here I come. Vaughn deserves some major kudos.

    • agreed. I was skeptical when i heard the cast months ago but now i’m pretty sure this could be great.

    • eye so gonna see this at mid night showing or the early morning

      • ear so not hearing that

  2. The trailers do seem to give away one thing, the Darwin and Angel characters don’t look like they make it to getting a uniform stage of the movie. Where they end up is a guess though……

    • Dead……just playing, Angel will be in her uniform stage of the movie, I seen a photo of her in one atleast.

      • I don’t know what her and the Darwin guy even are capable of as far as powers go. Would they be of any use in a fight or would they be moving targets anyway ?

        • Slayer is partially right. Angel Salvadore was introduced by Grant Morrison in his epic (yes i used epic) New X-Men run. Basically Angel has bug wings, acid vomit and lays eggs. also she is very foul mouthed. she hooks up with beak (hideous birdboy) and they have little hybrid mutant fly/beak babies together. however after M-Day they both returned to normanl and Beak is -gasp- handsome!

          Meanwhile Darwin was introduced in the Deadly Genesis event and was, until recently, part of X-Factor. His power is, obviously based on Darwin, evolution. his body evolves and changes for him to survive. Like if he is underwater he grows fins. if he is falling from the sky he flies. if he gets shot in the head (and he has), his head moves to his stomach. one time he was attacked by the hulk and his body teleported him away to survive.

      • I do now recall the Angel character from a comic I read at a friends house years ago. She was dating some other guy that looks like Bird-Boy from the New Mutants and she laid some mutant eggs in a shack.

        What I found funny was that they had turned Janet Pym into a mutant (and Asian) who had similar insect powers. She had also laid eggs and apparently Henry Pym was a drunken abuser who sprayed her with bug spray. Crazy stuff…….

  3. Instead of including several randomly chosen mutants whose names that they picked out of a hat, they should have included the other main Hellfire Club members from the comic books.

    • Why does this sound so familiar?

  4. Am I seeing things wrong or did I see a Red NightCrawler? Off hand, I can’t remember any teleporters that were red in the Xmen comics.

    • That’s Jason Flemying as Azazel, and no, he won’t be Nightcrawler’s dad in the movie. Nor will he have a relationship with Mystique in this one, but there’s always the inevitable sequel.

      • Looks like McCoy and Mystique have a school crush going on in this version. Ironic because Nightcrawler was originally depicted as having blue fur as well. But this is the Singer-verse so who knows where they are going.

        • Techincially, if Nightcrawler’s dad was red and his mom blue, then he would be purple because red and blue make purple. Get it? It’s a sex joke that’s uses colors

          • Oh, Heavens. I am teary-eyed.

          • Yes, according to Muppet genetic theory he would be purple.

          • I’m laughing on the inside. :-)

            • that’s what she said :)

  5. That was actually a good trailer. I’m still not paying to see this movie though. HBO here I come.

    • Agreed, the trailer gave me a small glimmer of hope about the film but after the first 4 X-Men movies, I have no plans on spending any money to see this one.

      • so you didnt like ANY of them?

        • I left each one feeling more and more disappointed. I was 13-14 when I saw the first one and remember feeling like so much more could have been done, but had hope for the sequels to improve upon that, but they didn’t.

  6. Looks brilliant! can’t wait!

    • That’s Beast and Mystique without the blue fur/scales or whatever she is made of.

    • Beast/Hank McCoy and Mystique.

  7. Now I’m disappointed that the entire Marvel and DC Movie Universe can’t be rolled back to the 1950’s and 1960’s.

  8. Wow that just sold me, was on the fence at first but that trailer was great!

  9. Have to wait till I get home to watch :( but other than that I’m happy to see that it’s being received well.

  10. Looking better and better. The major superhero flicks this year are starting to all look pretty fantastic.

  11. wow, I cant believe people are impressed by this trailer, cause all i see is more issue and some good but a whole lot of bad sfx, First Havok looks like he has a upside down Frisbee on his chest, Mystique looks horrible in diamond form, which she doesnt even have till much later, but whatever. Mystique is also portrayed as a complete whore,let see she is with Charles, Hank,Azazel and Magneto, and if you take the other movies , wolverine as well. Lol BAD just Bad

    • How is Mystique potrayed as whore? B/c it shows her in bed? I’m not trying to defend the film, just trying to understand your logic.

    • I wish I could resist taking the bait. Complaining that Emma Frost (not Mystique) shouldn’t have diamond form yet is ridiculous because the entire continuity of the films is different from what has been set forth in the comic books. Complaining about any bit of continuity difference and you might as well argue against the four or so animated series, all of the previous films, video games, alternate universes put forth in the comics (outside of 616), T-shirts, toothpaste…after all, a real shocker, Wolverine does not endorse underoos in the comic books.

      Secondly, Mystique has always been portrayed as a very sexual character.

        • She’s not with Azazel in this version. Loving three different is in noway what a whore would be like. But I guess since it’s set in the 60s, it is.

          • what im wondering? where do you get thats shes with all those dudes in the trailer? it has one shot of her in bed and one shot of her about to kiss hank? have you seen the film? pretty much your completely full of crap and just bashing the movie just to bash it. god i love ignorance and stupidity

            • wooohooo ignorance and stupidity huh, nice im surprised you where able to spell those two big words, listen dont get froggy, son. If you happen to read the interviews there kiddo , you would know, that she is involved with all three men , and considering x-men cannon on her and Azazel, She is tricked by Azazel and impregnated with Night crawler. So my ignorance and stupidity is what , oh you mean I can read and am informed, AHHH I see. And what did I bash exactly I merely commented on the trailer. So TANK YOU VERY MUCH TOOL.

              • Tank and Lobo,

                Chill the heck out.

                And Lobo, if the movie makes you so mad sight unseen, don’t go see it – stick to reading back issues of X-Men.



            • Maybe you should go back re-read b/c I’m not bashing the movie “just to bash it”. I’ve actually explained on several different X-men threads about why I’m not looking forward to this film, and don’t even try and say I’m a “fanboy” b/c I don’t care how close it is to the source materail. Like you said, ignorance and stupidity.

    • She came on to Wolverine in X-2 after he stabbed her in the first movie. She’s just a loving woman I guess…..

      • Well, that is the usual way of it, isn’t it? It wasn’t until after I promised to let her out of the dungeon that my girlfriend agreed to marry me. It’s like that old saying, “You always have to hurt people to make them love you.”

        • “put the lotion in the basket !!!!!” LOL

  12. it may not be the first class most want, but its the first class we’ll get and i dont see any problems with it. one word: epic.

    • I agree. Here is to hoping it is a good as this trailer makes it out to be.

    • How about getting a thesaurus and trying another word im pretty sure epic doesnt fit this movie

      • Thank you, Loco. I hate the misuse of that word.

  13. What the heck is that on Havok’s chest? A black inverted frisbee??
    I’m still not sold. How many times do we have to hear about Magneto? How many times do we have to hear about his background story?
    Comics and the corny cartoons all covered him to death and now yet another Xmen movie with him again… a younger version, but still him.

    Like Doom being in EVERY FF movie.

      • What i’m talking about is that Havok has always had a “Symbol” of a white circular symbol on his costume, Not an frisbee like “Object” on his chest.
        It look corny is all. Someone over thought the whole thing. A simple symbol in Blue (to match the outfit) would have been the same thing as his traditional costume.
        We’d know what it is.

        • It’s not a frisbee, stupid.

          It’s a paper plate. Obviously.

          • Oh.. my bad Beavis.. that is a paper plate isn’t it. Actually, it’s a stack of paper plates. How the hell did I upgrade it to a super glued frisbee…i’ll never know! *smacks self on forehead*

            • This is where I get annoyed with so called “comic book fans”

              Havok’s “Symbol” was always a conduit for his powers. In the comics the original headpiece he wore managed his powers – later it was retconned into a harness he wore on his chest. It made him equal to his brother, who needed ruby quartz glasses to manage HIS energy powers.

              In fact, at different times Havok’s energy managing harness has been a plot point of some X-Men storylines.

              So… Yeah… The movie is taking the right step in that regard.

              • Kofi..
                so i’m assuming that doesn’t look corny to you then?
                I can care less what it’s for.. and I’ve been reading comics probably longer than you’ve been alive, so i’m hip to the function of the “symbol” on his post “Living Pharoh” outfit.
                That costume could have been done better.

      • um NOOOOOOO, that is his power he doesnt have circles drawn on his chest.

        • actually u wrong he even had circles on his chest in the comics aswell and i dont mean his powers. his costume had circles so um YESSSSSSSS

          • People are really going to hate Black Tom using a hockey stick to channel his powers.

            • lol, but its Singer so the use of the hubcap is ok , and it fits with the hockey stick

              • LOL… Gambit flying like a helicopter.. Havok has a hubcap, stack of paper plates on his chest and Black Tom has a thing for Wayne Gretzky!
                ohh and Deap Pool with swords in his arms… Sweet!
                Gotta love Fox and Singer for really knowing how to leave “camp” out their movies.

                • Well if they go the Colossus route and just make everyone American Banshee or Black Tom wouldn’t be Irish so the Shillelagh wouldn’t make much sense anyone.

                  Jokes aside remember that villain the Wrecker who had a magic crowbar? And Absorbing Man had that prison ball and chain he used. Ah comic books, they are fun sometimes….

                • i agree with the symbol looking cheesy. have no idea about this Black Tom hockey stick thing. but my biggest problem is that people STILL associate Singer with X-3 and Wolverine Origins. Brett Ratner did X-3 so blame him and Fox for the crap storm that brough down on us. Gavin Hood did Wolverine Origins so blame him and Fox for the crap hurricane that brought us Baraka-Pool. But X1 and 2 were good and those are the ones Singer did.

                  So remember…dont blame singer…BLAME FOX

                  • Black Tom Cassidy is Banshee’s cousin and he had to use a wooden stick to focus his powers. He used to team up with Juggernaut back in the day. Silver Samurai had a similar deal with his powers and used a sword to focus his tachyon field powers.

                    As for not blaming Singer for the series I have always said it’s the studio and producers lack of interest in quality control with scripts that have soured people’s view of the movies. My feeling is that Singers movies were a bit overrated though and this movie just continues the studios trend of letting directors and producers come in and change the scripts to a point where it just doesn’t jive with the other movies.

                    • Ah thanks Slayer. I knew Black Tom worked alongside Juggernaut at one point. I just never knew his powerset. And I’ve always like Silver Samurai he is a good character when used right.

                      And I’m not saying Singer’s X films are overrated but it can seem like that to some. All I know is that X-Men helped launch comics back into the main media.

  14. Re: That photo at the top

    Really? That’s the team of mutants we’re all supposed to be rooting for? LOL I need not do any movie bashing this does it for me.

  15. You can tell that it’s just trying to pack the screen with branded characters regardless of relevance or good storytelling (a la X-Men 3). Prof X and Magneto are a good enough for a movie without having Havok and the White Queen plucked from the modern age. Please sell this franchise back to Disney and Marvel!

    • Yes, because what we need is an X-Men movie with two X-Men in it. Then we can watch them play Chess for two hours. Good idea.

  16. Man that trailer did nothing for me, ooohh we get to see Banshee?!?!?? Ahhh finally Azazel??!?

    If Marvel released a comic book series based on this cast of douchey mutants does anyone think it would sell? Anyone?

    • Yeah, because never in the history of comics has anyone taken a second rate character, or a comic with declining sales, and turned it into a best seller.

      • Nostleg-O FTW

  17. No, probably not, but it is a different medium.

    I have to agree with your Azrael jab. It was a silly/terrible idea in the comics and only more ridiculous on screen.

    I would actually be happier with it if they changed his name to something less ridiculous. Like Bob.

    • Azazel is the name of a demon. I don’t know too much about Nightcrawler’s full origin, but I DO know that while he was growing up, most people who saw him thought he was a demon. Thus, his father being named (codenamed?) after a famous demon would make perfect sense.

      • In the comics, he’s shown as having been banished to a Hell dimension sometime after fathering Nightcrawler. They play around with the possibility that he actually is Azazel (I said Azrael before, didn’t I? Whoops!) and not just some jack ass. I think it was in the Midnight Sun storyline…

        Anyway, it is kind of silly. One of the best contradictions about Nightcrawler has always been his dedication to God juxtapositioned with his demonic good looks. If you say outright, yes, he is the son of a demon…it’s tacky. That has been done.

      • Really wasn’t making fun of the name, more the actual character and the movie as a whole. But we can all see it’s doing a fantastic job of making fun of itself in its latest poster.

        • Seriously. They should have a contest for 5 and 6 year olds at McDonald’s and see if any of the kids can come up with a better poster in Crayon.

          • I’d agree with you if they’d kept Singer away from it! They’ve gone and let him bollux another Xmen film.

            • Nate i understand you hate Wolverine Origins and X-3 but do you really hate X1 and 2 that much? Like i said before Singer did the first two. For me those two movies (along with Spider-Man) introduced me to comics as a kid.

              • Spearman19.

                I wouldn’t say hate. Wait! I did hate Wolverine with a passion. Xmen II and III just blend together to me. They just seemed half A..’d.
                The first Xman movie was probably the best and the cat they used for Sabertooth really sold the character.. The second dude they used… not so much.

                I was having fun with the chest thing on Havok because it looks funny. I wasn’t saying it because it’s outside of the Marvelverse look. It simply looks wack from a costume point, just like Wonderwoman’s 1st costume does for the new series. I’m not going to see the movie until I see something that impresses me.

                I’m glad the Xmen movies got you into reading comics. That’s cool as heck, but there are tons of us who are a bit older and have been reading them for a LOOOONG time (my collection is around 25,000 the last time i counted, which was 6 years ago) and the liberties Fox has taken with the Xmen are plain stupid and stylistically simple.
                I guess the old heads like me are TOO jaded because we’ve been hip to the comics for so long.

                I’m tired of Magneto and feel he doesn’t need to be in every Xmen movie. “We” know about him already. There are other villians to use who pose a fresher viewing experience and who’d pose a better threat.

                Who’d buy the comics if every episode had them fighting him or every Spiderman comic or movie with Doc Ock? Young Ock, Middle aged Ock.. it’s still Doc Ock

                I hope the movie does well, but until then.. i’m gonna keep laughing at that black plate that takes up the entire skinny kids chest.

                Singer did Superman Returns too.. ewwww! LOL!

                • I hated Wolverine as well. And i was actually excited when Arronofsky was doing The Wolverine because he is an awesome director. X-2 was probably my favorite for alot of reasons. Although why Stryker went from crazy priest to Colonel i have no idea.

                  Im going to see the movie no matter what. I may like it I may not like it but if I’m going to judge it I need to see it first.

                  I’ll admit I’m still very new to comics. The movies may have gotten me interested but I didnt start buying until 2009 and didnt start full on collecting till spring last year (i got a better job with tips) (o look parenthesis!) but now I buy just about everything marvel as well as going back to buy the collected editions of the older stories.

                  PS: Ya i wasnt a fan of Superman Returns either

        • Azazel is looking bad@$$.

          I thought he sounded like a stupid idea, and the early pictures didn’t help. But seeing him in the trailers (and having an open mind), he looks really cool, as Nightcrawler did in X2. Plus, the movie world is different in that apparently people age and die, unlike the comics, where characters come on the scene and virtually never age again. Nightcrawler’s not born yet, so I’m glad to see Azazel. He looks like a stone-cold efficient killer.

          • yeah so they took the coolest thing from their best movie of the series and reused him by going with the red version, original thinking and I love that no one is complaining about that but dont use Zod or Lex cause they have been already used. So some one quick paint Zod Purple and give Lex Hair and we should be ok

            • Whhhhaaaaateeever. Loco, like so many others you’ll find some way to say something bad about anything positive someone says about this movie.

              So, it’s not original? Would it be more original if if followed comic continuity? What about Comic book movies in general? Shouldn’t movies just come up with something completely original?

              I would think Azazel would be pretty stupid in the comics. In the movie it kind of works because this takes place forty years before the first movies. And since(as I said, unlike the comics, people age and die, it adds more depth to this “universe” to see characters that are younger and destined to be parents.

              And Azazel does look cool. I see that you keenly picked up on the fact that he is red and has the same powers as Nightcrawler. I noticed that too. But I’ve also noticed that with what little we’ve seen, it looks as if his personality is completely different from Nightcrawler’s. He looks confident and amoral (“like a stone-cold efficient killer”), whereas Nightcrawler was a lot more insecure and struggling morally. So he seems to be a little more than a red version of Nightcrawler.

              • Nostleg-O: I do agree that hollywood needs more original ideas. lately the rare originals end up being the best movies (Rango, Black Swan, Inception, etc). Also Azael, in comic continuity, is Nightcrawlers FATHER which explains their similarities

                • I had to google him, but I already know who Azazel is. I agree about original ideas. I’m hoping X-men FC will be outside the mold of a typical comic book movie, even like Layer Cake maybe. I’m hoping that they push the boundaries a bit. I watch all kinds of movies and I see all kinds of original twists for “genre” films like Mob and gangsters, family/character dramas, etc. So, I don’t see why Superhero movies couldn’t do that more often.

  18. I think this film will surprise a few folks if they’re willing to put aside gripes about canon and such. I think the aspect of intertwining it with an historical event that actually put all of us in danger is a stroke of genius. I completely understand the passion of X-fans that demand accuracy, but this film looks pretty good to one of em…me.
    I hope all the CBM’s rock the summer!

    • Couldn’t have said it better! I totally agree with everything you said.

    • My reasons for not wanting to see the movie arent because i think it will be a terrible movie, in fact i think FC will be a good movie.

      Im just tired of seeing Fox take liberties with the movies that disrespect the core fanbase. Im openly boycotting the movie. I will see it im sure, but i wont spend my money at the theatres to see it.

      Im really just done talking about my displeasure with the movie/whole series. Im gonna put my beliefs into action.

  19. Banshee is the mutant equivalent of Fran Drescher.

    • hahaha god im tearing up from laughing so hard. thank you dante for making my terrible week better

  20. I will give this a chance based on Vaughns directing. The characters and stars all have the ability to make it an impressive movie. The look much better than the other 4 x-man wanna be’s.

  21. This looks great to me

  22. It looks like Vaughn and Singer have done an excellent job. I hope the film is as good as the trailers. I will be there opening day.

    And btw, I find it very funny that there are a few of you who “rant” about every single article on X-men FC only to conclude with the fact that you are not going to pay money to see it. Like I said, I find this humerous.

    Oh well, for those of you who decide to see it lets hope for the best. IMO X-men is the best comic out there.

    • comic maybe, but movies not even close

    • @”And btw, I find it very funny that there are a few of you who “rant” about every single article on X-men FC only to conclude with the fact that you are not going to pay money to see it. Like I said, I find this humerous.”

      It’s called a DISCUSSION (which is what this site is all about if I’m not mistaken). We’re allowed to talk about the film even if it looks bad.

      • So, you’re saying it looks bad? Maybe you mean because of the lack of continuity with the comics. I don’t know.

        But as far as Emma’s diamond form, the circle on Havok’s chest, or Mystique’s forehead (which I contribute to Jennifer Lawrence’s rounder cheeks compared to Rebecca Romjin’s) go, the term “nit picking” comes to mind.

        Overall it looks great. Every movie has something that looks fake or worse than the rest, and no movie ages well as far as effects go. I’ll take story and direction.

        • All things aside Mystique’s forehead probably has more to do with Jennifer Lawrence having a fuller forehead then cheeks. Make-up guys should have went with bangs.

          • I meant “attribute” not “contribute.”

            I think the lack of clothes distracted us before, and she looks younger with that big head. It doesn’t bother me. None of the usual complaints about this movie bother me, other than reading them again and again.

            I agree with Alpine. There’s a faithful opposition for this movie.

        • IN your Opinion

        • I never complained about the symbol on Havok’s chest. That was another commenter. The fact this film is already breaking obvious continuity issues with the previous trilogy, and all the BTS (behind the scenes) trouble has convinced me to wait until HBO. Hey, it may be a great movie (at least compared to previous two), but I’m not willing to pay money to see it.

          • Technically you are paying money because you’re paying for cable and the extra package for HBO; but I get your point. 😉

      • “It’s called a DISCUSSION”

        Heated Debate is a more accurate description from the occasional poundings I’ve received. A discussion is a more give and take process. That doesn’t mean swapping mean spirited literary punches. Perhaps a little off topic, but I thought another viewpoint about the commenting process in general is necessary…

      • All I was saying is why comment time after time that you arent going to see it? I can understand 1 rant but not a rant on every single article on X-men FC. Why waste time here ranting about a movie you are not going to see? Thats not a discussion. Its just confusing.

  23. I can guarantee you, this movie will not only be the best X-men movie, but the best marvel film. 100% sure!

    • Lovin’ the excitement.

      I hope for all our sakes, it actually delivers and makes up for X-Men 3 and Wolverine.

  24. Pauses…”wait for it…” Someone will soon correct BillyBobJones about it being a Marvel film…nit pickers abound in this business 😉

    • No offense intended to BBJ by the way, just an observation.

    • Well… it IS a Marvel film. I don’t get it.

      • This site needs upvotes like Reddit.

        • Michael,

          You can “vote” for this site by Liking the site on Facebook, sharing it there and by retweeting our articles. :)


          • lol, I meant up and downvotes like with Reddit submissions and comments. But good to know. 😉

            • Just leave a comment that says “Like” or “Dislike” which is what i usually do haha

  25. Looks pretty cool but I still HATE the fact that it’s not the original X-Men.

  26. this looks like a mash up of the mickey mouse club, twilight, and grumpy old men. we just all got SINGER-ED. Really? Fox? Really?

    • Is SINGER-ED here the equivalent to RICK-ROLLED?

  27. Great trailer. I hope this film does well. I know it is not the the first class we know and love but it is the first class that we get. So hopefully it just a great film. I’m kind of use to all types of media changing things around from animations to video games.

    • I love how everyone now rips the line from Dark knight and uses in their own way… lol awesome

  28. It looks O.K. The Green Lantern and Thor trailers looked more promising. I can say though that creating a movie focusing on a group of super humans is much harder than creating a movie focusing on just one. Not every character will get his/her origin fully represented but that’s to be expected.