‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Details from Bryan Singer; New ‘Days of Future Past’ Image

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Almost exactly twenty years ago, way back in the mid-nineties when Ace of Base were topping the charts and everyone was wearing flannel for ill-explained reasons, Twentieth Century Fox obtained the movie rights to the characters of Marvel’s X-Men. These rights were put to use in 2000, when Bryan Singer’s X-Men was released and became one of the first movies to pave the way for the comic book mania that has currently taken over the film industry.

Singer’s third X-Men movie, X-Men: Days of Future Past, isn’t even out in theaters yet, but already there’s plenty of speculation on the multiple X-Men movies that are in the early stages of development. Namely: X-Force, X-Men: Apocalypse and another Wolverine spin-off. Producer Lauren Shuler also has Channing Tatum onboard to play Gambit in a standalone movie, and is trying to convince Fox to give it a green light.

Much of the speculation has been based on unconfirmed rumors, and so in an interview with Empire Singer has set the record straight on a couple of issues regarding X-Men: Apocalypse. Unfortunately for those who were eager to get a glimpse of Apocalypse as early as this May, the director has said firmly that he won’t appear in a post-credits sting for X-Men: Days of Future Past. Nor will Apocalypse appear as an alien that arrives on Earth to possess Magneto or anybody else. Singer was apparently a little baffled by the rumors, saying, “People were concerned we were making Apocalypse an alien. It’s odd. I don’t know where that came from.”

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In the comic books, Apocalypse hails from Ancient Egypt and is the first ever mutant. He is immortal and possesses a staggering amount of power, including superhuman strength and virtual invulnerability to harm, the ability to fly and teleport, and control of his body at a molecular level that enables him to transform himself at will. He has other powers as well, but all you really need to know is that he’s a certified badass and the usual Marvel superhero method of putting him in a big transparent cage probably won’t be effective (not that it ever is). Singer says that the introduction of an ancient mutant will open up a huge amount of interesting new ideas to explore.

“One thing that interests me is the notion of ancient mutants. What would people thousands of years ago, without the benefit of science, think mutants were? And more importantly, what would mutants thousands of years ago think they were? Gods? Titans? Angels? Demons? And if such mutants did exist thousands of years ago, what became of them? Did one survive?”

Aside from debunking rumors, Singer also offers some concrete details on X-Men: Apocalypse. It will be a sequel to X-Men: Days of Future Past, rather than another spin-off movie, and will feature the younger versions of characters like Xavier, Magneto and Mystique, but not the older versions of them. It’s also worth keeping an eye out for foreshadowing in X-Men: Days of Future Past, as Singer says that, “What happens in this movie brings about what’ll happen in [X-Men: Apocalypse].”

Singer is co-writing and producing X-Men: Apocalypse, and is currently negotiating for the director’s chair as well. X-Men: Apocalypse is currently set for release in 2016, which is a long time to wait, so in the meantime enjoy this new image of Kitty Pryde (Ellen Page) tending to an unconscious Wolverine (Hugh Jackman).

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X-Men: Days of Future Past has a huge cast of mutants – enough to fill 25 individual covers of Empire‘s special X-Men issue, but Kitty Pryde in particular played an integral part in the original comic book arc. As well as combining both the young and old versions of many of the main characters, X-Men: Days of Future Past will also have a time-travel plot that may or may not involve multiple timelines and… well, let’s just hope it all makes sense on-screen.

Share your theories on how X-Men: Days of Future Past will tie into X-Men: Apocalypse in the comments.

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X-Men: Days of Future Past is out in theaters on May 23, 2014. X-Men: Apocalypse is expected to release in 2016.

Source: Empire

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  1. Looks like Wolverine will be wearing his classic blue and yellow shirt underneath the armor.

    • Nice.

      I love how the strap gizmos around his ribs replicates the striped look of his old suit’s rib area.

      • The straps look like they’re holding on the padding on his suit. I agree it looks way cool. However, I don’t understand why he would be the only one who gets padding like that. If anything… everyone else should get the padding and he should be just wearing a suit. I mean he is the only one with advanced healing…

  2. I think Someone has made this comment before but I bet the future xmen are in some sort of Egyptian temple and use that to send wolvies consciousness back…. That awakens/gets apocalypse’s attention and he time travels to the past to see what the fuss is about… Which is why the older professor knows what to use to time travel to begin with!

    • Sorry to burst your bubble, but the “Egyptian temple” is actually an abandoned russian church…

      • Well, the Russians did have the other Stargate. So it’s easy to get confused.

      • Too bad Kurt Wagner won’t be hiding in the rafters.

      • Where did you find the info saying that it is a Russian Church?

  3. “and… well, let’s just hope it all makes sense on-screen.”

    I am liking the reporting on screenrant more and more. LOL.

  4. This article provided little to no insight, just filler paragraphs leading to an obvious conclusion.

    I believe “Days of Future Past” will be great, as will Apocalypse (if done right). These rumors and speculations are so hollow sometimes, it seems as though these authors simply write what they want to see, and spin it as though they heard it from some reliable source. It’s ridiculous and terrible “reporting” if you can call it that. Anyway, I’m not particularly ripping into this lone specific article, just it’s becoming tiring to see so many pointless articles that provide nothing of substance other than a fan boy’s fabricated story on rumors that could come to fruition. Just stop it.

    On a lighter note, it looks as though Sony/Fox have brighter big screen futures than Marvel’s recent run of mediocrity and safe story telling. I can’t wait to see Apocalypse finally realized on the big screen, and even if he doesn’t appear in any capacity this May, I’m sure “Days of Future Past” will prove to have a significant hyping post-credits sequence.

    • Except Hannah used an actual interview Singer did with Empire Magazine as the source of the info mentioned in the article.

      • Still of which, provided little to no information other than a director shooting down outlandish rumors. Everyone digs for spoilers, scripts and reveals yet once they’re unearthed everything goes to hell and people go on a virtual riot. Regardless, I’m a huge comic book fan, but this site scrapes at the bottom of the barrel far too often and only fuels what I hate most about movie/tv news especially more so recently.

        There’s no reason for me to comment any further, various others will needlessly come to the defense of this and other articles, as well as this sites “intention”. All I’m saying is there are other ways to make stories and news without digging nonsensically for a hollow story, and producing rumors and theories that are absolutely useless other than to provoke more hate and bad press for the respective movie or tv series.

        With that I bid you all a seemingly snobby adieu.

        • I disagree though.

          We all saw the rumour that Apocalypse will be an alien that drops in a button scene and possessed Magneto and the comments went nuts with negative comments.

          This article is just showing that the guy directly involved in bringing the stories and characters to the big screen has heard the rumours and is refuting them as false, thereby negating the criticism and meaning that in the long run, articles like this prove to be necessary to allow people to see that things aren’t going to be screwed up completely.

          Before reading this article, I’d decided based on the Apocalypse rumour not to bother seeing DOFP but since reading it, I may just go pay for the movie on release day.

        • @W

          You don’t like it, don’t read our site. It’s that simple.

          What do you think you’re achieving by constantly coming on to tell us we suck? You think we don’t know how to run a site – think we’re going to hear your words and suddenly be all like, “Man, we need to get our lives together.”

          Best yet: in all this, I still don’t know what it is you actually want. This is geek movie indulgence – we’re not running through a war zone or doing high-stakes political exopsé.

          It’s fun, guy. Have fun with it or go elsewhere.

          • ‘think we’re going to hear your words and suddenly be all like, “Man, we need to get our lives together.”’

            Haha, that brought on the Lolz!

        • W, I see what you’re saying but I enjoy these articles that try to salvage as much as they can from little tiny pieces of info that are periodically dropped. I actually think the lazy way is how other sites take those one or two sentence quotes and turn it into a boring one or two sentence article.

          • I actually just read this same piece of info on another site and the article was literally Singer’s quotes plus the article’s author adding ‘what do you guys think?’ I mean, boring right?

          • Like CBM, for example. That’s ALLLLLLLLL they do, it gets quiet annoying, and that’s why most people come on to ScreenRant to get a bit more insight, and bit more professionalism to article writing. ScreenRant has that, it’s a wonderful thing, the speculations, the drawn out articles that try to piece 2 or 3 things together.

            It’s fresh, organic, and amazing.
            Also, what other sites do you know other than Screenrant that get to go and do press for films, get to sit down with actors, and pick their brains about films, get inside scoops on some things?

            • I read CBM a lot and enjoy it….but lets just say some of their writers are stronger than others.

    • “These authors simply write what they want to see, and spin it as though they heard it from some reliable source.”

      I consider Bryan Singer a pretty reliable source.

    • People are certainly entitled to their own opinions but not to their own reality.
      The M.C.U. is currently at 8 films with another 10 planned for phase 3&4. Sony has only 1 in the bag so far and it took Fox 7 films before they decided to have a shared universe.
      Marvel has a plan that theyve been sticking to, despite fanboys getting their panties in a bunch.
      Sony, Fox and yes DC too, are simply reacting to Marvels success. The truth, sometimes, is very painful.

      • You must be responding to an imagined comment W made because what he/she said was that the Marvel films (in his/her opinion) were mediocre and that Sony and Fox stand a better chance of releasing more enjoyable movies.

        There was nothing mentioned about the number of films released by each studio.

      • The plan that a movie series follows is irrelevant to me. Whether or not the movie is good is what matters. If Fox can get these next few movies right (the last 2 were very good imo) they could be really special as I feel they are dealing with far better characters and story lines than what Marvel Studios has at their disposal.

      • Wait… WB, Fox, and Sony, who had been making comic book movies for decades, and made billions doing it, before Marvel Studios ever even opened their doors are copying Marvel’s success? Not the other way around?

        So Sony and WB, who have the #1 and #2 CBM trilogy all time are copying Marvels #3? I am sure this will change once the avengers finishes its third flick, but for now, Spidey is still tops, Bats is #2, and Marvels best shot (Iron Man) is # 3. Thor won’t come close, neither will Captain. Hulk may never finish his trilogy.
        Don’t be so brainwashed. Marvel copied, and is copied. That’s the way all things comic seem to go. But this CBM game didn’t start in 2008.

        Here are some fun little facts.
        3 of the last 4 WB CB movies made more than:
        Iron Man
        The Incredible Hulk
        Iron Man 2
        Thor
        Captain America
        Thor 2

        Basically six out of the 8 Marvel Movies.
        Only Iron Man 3 and The Avengers made more. Man of Steel, an origin, out-grossed both the Thor AND Iron Man SECOND movies.

        Batman, yes the 1989 Batman, once adjusted for inflation made more than any Marvel Studios movie not named Avengers.

        I like Marvel Studios, I did not like them being purchased by Disney, but I still look forward to what they have to show us. But just stop with all the “everybody is copying Marvel who copied everybody” circular logic BS.

        Without the others, WB specifically, there never is a Marvel Studios.

        • @Dragon

          Wait just a minute here.

          Firstly, yes 3 out 4 last WB CM movies (assumedly Dark Knight, Man of Steel & Dark Knight Returns) but we are talking about the two biggest & iconic CB characters. Which is why WB continually makes movies just for them alone.

          Iron Man , Thor & Captain America were all C-List characters who are now all individual billion dollar franchises with instant recognition.

          As well as future sequels to these, Marvel also has Ant-Man, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Dr Strange coming in the next 2-4 years. What have Warner / DC got that we haven’t seen already?

          A Thor movie released in November has grossed nearly as much as a Superman release in the summer. That’s how much the game has been changed.

          A more truer comparison would require solo outings for Wonder Woman , Aquaman and Flash all grossing a minimum of $400 million each. We all know that ain’t gonna happen ever.

          Like it or not Avengers has become the high watermark for the genre. The ripple effect is there for all to see. This is why WB / DC are madly rushing through this prototype Justice League movie in 2016 as they want to replicate Marvel’s success.

          No Avengers = no Justice League 2016, no X-Men DOFP / Apocalypse, no Spiderman sinister six etc, etc, . Simple as that.

          • Madly rushing?? Man of Steel just got its release date pushed back by a year! People can skew this whatever way they want but CBMc are a big deal right now and WB, Marvel Studios, Fox and Sony are all making successful movies with their respective properties.

          • @lebsta I wouldn’t rate Captain America as C-list. Many people who are not into comics have at least heard of him before his movie came out. Heck, I remember when they killed him off in Civil War and his death made national news. Other than that minor point, I agree with you completely. Especially the line about DC “madly rushing” into their movies instead of taking their time as Marvel did to establish characters less known like Iron Man and Thor.

            Oh wait, one other disagreement…Aquaman starring Vinnie Chase and directed by James Cameron is THE GREATEST SUPERHERO MOVIE EVER.

      • Wait… WB, Fox, and Sony, who had been making comic book movies for decades, and made billions doing it, before Marvel Studios ever even opened their doors are copying Marvel’s success? Not the other way around?

        So Sony and WB, who have the #1 and #2 CBM trilogy all time are copying Marvels #3? I am sure this will change once the avengers finishes its third flick, but for now, Spidey is still tops, Bats is #2, and Marvels best shot (Iron Man) is # 3. Thor won’t come close, neither will Captain. Hulk may never finish his trilogy.
        Don’t be so brainwashed. Marvel copied, and is copied. That’s the way all things comic seem to go. But this CBM game didn’t start in 2008.

        Here are some fun little facts.
        3 of the last 4 WB CB movies made more than:
        Iron Man
        The Incredible Hulk
        Iron Man 2
        Thor
        Captain America
        Thor 2

        Basically six out of the 8 Marvel Movies.
        Only Iron Man 3 and The Avengers made more. Man of Steel, an origin, out-grossed both the Thor AND Iron Man SECOND movies.

        Batman, yes the 1989 Batman, once adjusted for inflation made more than any Marvel Studios movie not named Avengers.

        I like Marvel Studios, I did not like them being purchased by Disney, but I still look forward to what they have to show us. But just stop with all the “everybody is copying Marvel who copied everybody” circular logic BS.

        Without the others, WB specifically, there never is a Marvel Studios. So thank God Marvel copied them so that they can now copy Marvel and we the fans will be… how did Charlie Sheen say it… WINNING!

        • “Batman, yes the 1989 Batman, once adjusted for inflation made more than any Marvel Studios movie not named Avengers.”

          Well that’s complete bs, I can see right away. You posted this nonsense before and you were chopped down with actual facts like your inflation numbers were wrong. Which is why you didn’t post them this time.

          I’m glad I can enjoy both DC and Marvel and FOX and SONY movie so I don’t have to as desperate as the above poster to prove a point to people I don’t know about something that doesn’t matter. A sad state of affairs.

          • Wow, I would like to have that last paragraph back, haha.

    • I am finding Fox possibly the most exciting of the three studios right now (DOFP/Apocalypse/hopefully FF) but I’m still more into Marvel Studios than Sony. As mediocre in my opinion as The Dark World and Agents of SHIELD are…The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers 2 and Ant-Man all interest me. The Amazing Spiderman franchise is still a wild card in my mind, and has yet to prove itself to me.

  5. H. Shaw-Williams was just trying to get her love of Ace Of Base somehow into a story :D

    • Maybe she remembers sitting in her bedroom in 1994, listening to Linn Berggren singing “all that she wants is another baby” and thinking “man, that woman sounds insane but dammit, I’m gonna remember this moment for a time when it’ll come in handy sometime in future”.

    • It was actually just an excuse to talk about my secret love of flannel.

  6. The X-Force ties into this it would seem. “A kill squad for Apocalypse that mostly explores the sexuality and menstrual cycles of an artificially mutated Asian woman from Milan to Minsk.”

  7. PLEASE, NO WOLVERINE IN THE APOCALYPSE MOVIE
    The most essential mutants in a story concerning Apocalypse are Sinister, Cyclops & Jean Grey, for Sinister discovered that the union between Cyclops & Jean would produce a genetically superior mutant capable of defeating Apocalypse, that mutant would be known as Cable.
    Wolverine means nothing to Apocalypse

    • “Wolverine means nothing to Apocalypse”

      Apart from being brainwashed by Apocalypse into becoming Death in his Four Horsemen.

      • Interesting note, it’s Apocalypse that re-bonds the adamantium onto Wolverine’s skeleton after Magneto ripped it out.

        • Saw some rumors on another site about Wolverine staying in his past body, leaving his future body comatose. The rumor goes on to say that his body might be transformed into Death by Apocalypse as he is awaken.

          • Damn son, that there could be a spoiler… Sounds awesome though!

    • Cyclops & Jean Grey won’t be involved in X:Apocalypse.
      Singer hates them. Sinister might appear though.

      • I think i read somewhere that Singer stated that his greatest disappointment with “The Last Stand” was that they killed off cyclops and that he was sorry he couldn’t use him for “Days of Future Past”. So no, I don’t think that’s correct.

  8. I think X-Men: Apocalype will be one of 2016′s biggest hits. As long as DOFP makes sense to the story.

  9. I think X-Men: Apocalypse will be one of 2016′s biggest hits. As long as DOFP makes sense to the story.

  10. Put Cable in this and use it to spin off X-Force.

    • That would actually make sense, given their history, but how would you explain his origin?

  11. Kitty Pryde could make me pass out for sheer joy if she were tending to me lovingly.
    Apocalypse illustration up above looks like a possessed version of an angry Michael Chikilis in a blue and grey spacesuit.

  12. Apocalypse will be the one in control of the future Sentinels like Age of Apocalypse. Lets hope that Apocalypse turns up at the end of DoFP and changes the timeline into the actual AoA world where Cyclops is part of Apocalypses army and Wolverine is one of the rebels trying to overthrow Apocalypse.

  13. I think they’re dropping the ball on having Apocolypse tangle with the First Class mutants, especially given all the monumental things that happen between him and the “future” mutants.. This basically guarantees there won’t be an Archangel now… Which has always been notably cooler than his original identity. G*dd*mn it, every time I get a glimmer of hope for this franchise and thinking its gonna course correct itself I find out stuff like this… Will this be the last time we see and are they just abandoning the current day xmen altogether after DOFP, if so, I’m rather disappointed cuz I was hoping to do away with the “once upon a time” xmen stories after this.

    • Well first, I don’t think having the X-Men face Apocalypse in a movie is a good choice for the next installment, seeing as how Singer’s version of the X-Men couldn’t even handle Toad or Sabertooth. I mean for God’s sake, a child with an airsoft gun could probably take on the entire team and darn near win (talk about being pathetically watereddown). Moreover, Singer doesn’t seem like the type to give us a good apocalypse. I feel like his treatment of the character would be much like the treatment of the Phoenix. On another note, I too agree that the First Class roster of mutants would be the absolute wrong and boring roster to utilize in a movie about Apocalypse. The few actual X-Men from the first class roster are 3rd stringers at best, with some D list villains.

      • I don’t think Singer had anything to do with X3. He definitely didn’t direct it.

  14. I’m still hoping to see the older versions of the X-Men, including Cyclops and Jean Grey, in the Apocalypse movie. Even though apparently this movie is supposed to be about the younger versions of the X-Men. I can’t get enough of the X-Men from the first two movies.

  15. Singer’s comments about how ancient cultures would have perceived Apocalypse back up the notion he does not bother reading any of the comics. Apocalypse stated he was worshipped as a god by several cultures over the course of his existence.

  16. I am sorry but Charles, Magneto, and Mystique can not continue to carry all of the X-men movies. Only one of them is known for being an X-Man (exclude the Magneto being in Scotts group thing that’s going on currently). their story really runs itself into a wall, because the 80s, movies wise, roughly should be the time in which Charles recruited Scott, Jean, and Storm. Moreover, Jenifer Lawrence performance as Mystique sucks donkey booty.

    • Magneto has allied himself with the X-Men many times, and led the team in the 1980s. He’s also one of Xavier’s best friends, even though they’ve been enemies as well.

      • @Ken All of this means what? I have already acknowledge that Magneto is currently an X-Man, your comment about him being a X-Man in the past brings nothing to the conversation. You have stated random facts, but have failed to make a point.

    • Let us pray that the answer to your prayer for more help for those three isn’t…more Wolverine!

  17. Cyclops & Jean Grey won’ t be in X: Apocalypse.
    Singer hates them. Cable & Sinister might appear though.

    • Whats your source for any of your statements?

    • If the producers really wanted to create something special for the fans and do extremely well at the box office, they would bring back Scott, Jean, Storm, and Wolverine as the main heroes in the Apocalypse film. They could still have the First Class Team somehow involved.

      I predict that the X-Men movies will only have the potential for billions of dollars at the box office (like they achieved with the Avengers Movie) when they bring back the original X-Men (from the movies (not the comic books):Scott, Jean, Storm, and Wolverine). This is what the fans want to see, it is similar to putting Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and the Hulk in the same movie.

      I do think that the D of FP movie will do very well at the box office because it involves some of the original X-Men (from the movies) and some of the X-Men First Class plus X-Men from the future i.e. Bishop. I also think that D of FP will be a very good movie. I think that they are going to do a good job on this one.

      When I heard that the Apocalypse movie would not involve the original X-Men (from the movies:Scott, Jean, Storm, and Wolverine) I started to lose interest in this movie, fast.

      Oh well, I guess by then the 2nd Avengers movie will be out. Maybe they’ll do a good job on that one and cater to what the fans actually want.

      • If the Apocalypse movie is indeed set in the 80′s like this report suggests than a young Scott, Jean and Storm could easily be involved! There are literally sooooo many possibilities right now….as long as Days of Future Past delivers!

        Also, First Class was set in the 60′s, same era that the X-Men were originally created and Apocalypse first appeared in the 80′s, where his movie may take place.

        • Days of Future past will deliver. I have faith in this one. I think that the producers have actually really tried to make a high quality product.

          I’m not convinced that the Apocalypse movie will deliver. I’m not convinced that the producers have any intention of giving the fans what they so desperately want to see: the original X-Men (from the movies) Scott, Jean, Storm and Wolverine vs Apocalypse. (Many other X-Men could be involved, including: Sunfire, Angel, Beast, Havoc, Lorna Dane, Mystique, Toad, Sabertooth, Bishop, Banshee, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch.

          I’d also like to see the original cast, including Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Famke Jensen and James Marsden all back together on screen as X-Men. I can’t believe that the producers don’t understand that just putting these 4 together will make fans want to see the movie.

  18. I can understand an Apocalypse origins scene in the beginning of a film to introduce him as a villain but I’m curious to know why Bryan Singer and the producers chose to use him in the 80s timeline when they continuity they’ve established contains NO mutants capable of stopping Apocalypse. Banshee? Mystique? Havok? What other mutants can you introduce without messing up the continuity even more? I’ve come to realize that Singer isn’t really interested in telling the story of the X-Men, he’s more interested in telling HIS story of the X-Men. But I am curious to see how he adapts this Apocalypse movie.

    • The sheer fact that using the First Class cast effectively eliminates that possibility of Archangel alone makes this story pointless…

  19. I don’t see why Marvel & Fox don’t just get themselves together and film the Onslaught storyline. It could easily be 2-3 films amd make billions in the process.

  20. I am looking forward to this movie!!!

  21. In the “Age of Apocalypse” storyline in the comics, a group of mutants travel back in time, which leads to a big public mutant-powered battle in a time before humanity was openly aware of the existence of mutants. This in turn led Apocalypse, who was monitoring the development of mutants in the world, to begin his world-conquering campaign much earlier in time than he had previously planned, as he felt the battle meant mutants were now ready to take on the role as “the strong” in his new world order.
    This might be what he means by “Days of future past” being the cause of events in “Apocalypse”.

  22. As long as Cyclops, Archangel, Jean, Storm, Gambit, Rogue, Juggernaught, Nightcrawler, Blob, Sabretoothe, Wolverine, and Sinister make it I am in. Colossus, and Iceman would be great too but I really want to see them redo these characters and make them shine on screen.

  23. I guest Days of Future Past will be the last X-Men film I’m going to see. Apocalypse would have done a lot better with the original trilogy because they have my favorite charters Wolverine, Storm, shadow cat, Rogue, Iceman, Colossus. And I was hoping to see the return of Jean Grey and Cyclops

  24. BOYCOTT X-MEN FOX STUDIOS MOVIES! ALLOW FOR IT TO REVERT BACK TO MARVEL!
    Imagine an X-Men Netflix Original Series that ties in with the Marvel movie universe like they’re doing with Daredevil.
    It’s the only responsible way to handle telling this layered and massive story.
    If you hate Singer’s version and want Marvel Studios to allow Wolverine to join the Avengers, repost this to everywhere.
    Spider-Man and Sony will eventually play ball.

  25. The thing is Mr Singer, Apocalypse is the EGYPTIAN GOD’S GOLDEN BOY….

    He is En Sabah Nur himself, Ancient God of Egypt and other civilizations.

    The Age of Apocalypse story line must make it to the big screen.
    Apocalypse had a son named Holocaust for example, the two of them combined could wipe out any team of heroes which rose against him. Also don’t forget, in one timeline APOCALYPSE brought back ONSLAUGHT….that was Professor X’s worst alter ego.
    That should be on the big screen as the finale!

    His original exo-skeleton was made up of Carbonadium and Adamantium, various alloys that are indestructible to nearly any other metal. He was a God and he is a God.

    An all encompassing immortal EVIL that never dies or rests.

    He should be treated as such, with nothing getting in the way!!

    LET THE ETERNAL APOCALYPSE RISE FROM THE ASHES!!
    LET HIS WRATH BESIEGE ALL WHO OPPOSE THE ANCIENT ONE!
    APOCALYPSE NOW, BRING BACK THE APOCALYPSE!!!!

  26. One more thing…

    Here is how the new Age of Apocalypse movie delivers…

    If Bryan Singer follows close to the comics, the timeline split will be in two places, the 80s when En Sabah Nur rises and also the millennium when he’s rumored to sleep.

    By doing that, the story can’t be compromised.
    It is how he does it in the comic books and is allowed to have two sons, Cable or Holocaust…..

    It would give Marvel the best X-men movie ever if they follow this….

  27. Here is your actual plan of attack…
    Fox, Sony and Disney are negotiating an X-Men/Spider Man/Avengers Crossover for 2020 simply called Marvel: Apocalypse. It will be in 2 movies, several characters from all the movies will be in it (Including Fantastic Four) and it will be titled “Death in the Shadows” and “Forever In Time”. this will be the only crossover the studios will be doing so be prepared for Apocalypse to NOT be destroyed in 2016, but sometime in 2023

  28. I really love x men, but i’ve notice wolverine is always the main or always got more scenes, i’m really sick of that why can’t anyone just give more scenes to other mutants. Wolverine is getting annoying to me. It’s X-Men movie not wolverine tsk tsk