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07 December 2017, 08:14 | Israel Caldwell
'X-Men: Dark Phoenix' First Look: Jean Grey Sets a Post-'Apocalypse' World Ablaze
The gang takes their first trip to space in the movie, but a solar flare hits their jet and the energy awakens a powerful, sinister force in Jean-The Phoenix, which threatens to take over her mind completely and divide the X-Men. It's one of the most famous X-Men comic book runs of all time, originally published in 1976-1977, and sent ripples throughout the Marvel universe. The newest photo from the superhero franchise, released by Entertainment Weekly, teases Turner as young Jean, literally bursting in flames, with sparks flaring out from the cracks on her skin.
My bet is on either Lawrence's Mystique or Nicholas Hoult's Beast, both of whom would have a major impact given that they've been with the franchise since X-Men: First Class, as opposed to killing off some newish character audiences aren't exactly attached to just yet.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix is now slated for a November 2, 2018, release. The mutant team are now national heroes, with James McAvoy's Charles Xavier landing on the cover of Time Magazine - and inflating his ego a little too far.
Entertainment Weekly released the cover of its December 15/22 "First Look Issue" Thursday, giving fans their first look at Turner in 20th Century Fox's upcoming mutant epic X-Men: Dark Phoenix.
The cast described the movie as the most emotional X-Men movie yet, with suffering, pathos, and psychological drama.
Based partially on Chris Claremont's comic, Phoenix will feature some of the series' biggest set pieces to date, including the X-Men's first trip to outer space. The actress studied schizophrenia and multiple personality disorders to prepare for the part. "What happens when the person you love the most falls into darkness?".
Simon Kinberg directed the latest "X-Men" movie, which is coming to theaters November 2018. When talking about her inspiration for the character, she said, "Simon and I were talking about the character and I said, 'I keep thinking of the vet who tells you you need to put your dog down.' There's something very clinical about it".
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