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Dark Phoenix trailer at X-Men sees Sophie Turner's Jean Gray turn



The last trailer of X-Men: Dark Phoenix was unveiled, showing Sophie Turner's Jean Gray his power over Jennifer Lawrence's Mysticism.

Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Alexandra Shipp, Evan Peters and Tye Sheridan are also featured in the trailer.

Follow-up X-Men: Apocalypse, the last of the franchise has been the subject of intense speculation after the postponement of the release date, from November 2, 2018 to February 14, 2019 and June 7.


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Although the classic Dark Phoenix comic book scenario of the 1980s has already been adapted, in 2006 it is widely disparaged. X-Men: The Final Clashthis new attempt promises to be more faithful to the initial arc.

Set ten years later apocalypseIn 1992, the X-Men are now national heroes. However, during a rescue mission in space, one of their team, Jean Gray (Sophie Turner), was almost killed when she was struck by a mysterious cosmic force.

Back home, the X-Men discover that not only does this force make John infinitely more powerful, but it also makes her much more unstable. As she begins to lose control, the very fabric that keeps the X-Men together will be put to the test, while a mysterious metamorph (Jessica Chastain) begins to interest her. to Jean's powers.

Simon Kinberg – who has produced all X-Men-affiliated movies since First Class and co-written The baroud of honor, First class, Days of the future past, and apocalypse – will debut as a director.

X-Men: Dark Phoenix released in UK theaters on June 7, 2019.


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