Next year, icons will face off in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Avengers will turn on each other in Captain America: Civil War, and Ryan Reynolds may finally redeem the merc with the mouth in Deadpool. Clearly, 2016 is going up to be a big year for superhero films - potentially apocalyptic. And amidst the chaotic hype and unending set leaks, Bryan Singer refuses to let fans forget about X-Men: Apocalypse, regularly teasing scenes, new (recast) characters, and concept art from the film on his social media accounts.
The director is also set to bring the latest X-Men installment - and potentially the conclusion to the established mutant universe - to Hall H this Saturday at Comic-Con. What he'll debut is anyone's guess, but attendees can definitely expect a sneak peak of the film's footage (a trailer, maybe?), hopefully providing our first look at the titular villain and the destruction he plans to unleash.
If you can't make it to Comic-Con - or you simply can't wait for 20th Century Fox's SDCC panel - Singer has (once again) taken to Instagram to tease some of this destruction prior to Saturday. The latest post comes in the form of a set video, in which the director provides a 360 degree panoramic view of a busy and explosive scene. See for yourself below: