Watch X-Men: Days of Future Past
X-Men: Days of Future Past is the most recent installment in the X-Men Series. It follows the storyline set forth in its predecessors. The movie is set in both the future and the past. The storyline starts in the future where we are introduced to the sentinels, machines whose mission is to obliterate all of mutant kind. The movie follows Logan (Wolverine) as he is sent back in time by Professor X and Magneto to stop an event from happening that led to the sentinels' creation, and thus leading the way to the near extinction of human and mutant kind. In the past, Logan has all of his memories from the future and he must team up with the younger versions of Magneto and Professor X to save Mystique from unintentionally laying the foundation for the war that will end the lives of millions.
Throughout the movie it bounces between the past and the present as Logan struggles to complete his task before the sentinel army attacks and destroys his friends in the future.
X-Men: Days of Future Past News
A new joint venture between the BBC and Netflix will result in a new animated version of Richard Adams' novel, this time with less violence and big-name stars in the cast.
The "X-Men: Days of Future Past" stars have reportedly broken up. But why?
The former "Attack of the Show" host will play a classic X-Men mutant.
The weather's good throughout much of the country this holiday weekend, but audiences are still being lured into theaters to see "X-Men: Days of Future Past." Unfortunately for other movies, that's just about the only film that's luring them in.
Time travel movies are a delicate business. There are inevitable plot holes, so it really comes down to how many there are and how easy they are to ignore. In the case of "X-Men: Days of Future Past," the answer is...pretty easy. The movie acts as a sequel to both the awful "X-Men: The Last Stand" and the much better "X-Men: First Class." Most of the main cast members from both movies reprise their roles here, playing younger and older versions of their mutant characters.
Attention, Internet: Your lord and savior Jennifer Lawrence might be a bit of a liar. Circulating today was a video of Jennifer Lawrence talking in an intervew with Seth Myers about an incident that happened after this year's Oscars. The "X-Men: Days of Future Past" star claims that she was so drunk following the ceremony that she ended up puking on the steps at Madonna's after party.
When you go to the theater this holiday weekend, you'll be able to choose between "X-Men," "Godzilla," and "The Amazing Spider-Man." That's good news for you, but it could be bad news for the three movies that are trying to be the undisputed champion of the early-summer box office.
You may have already suspected that Channing Tatum was some kind of mutant because of his abs, but now it's confirmed. The "Magic Mike" star has officially been cast as Gambit in upcoming X-Men films, as confirmed by producer Lauren Shuler Donner. The role was previously held by "Friday Night Lights" star Taylor Kitsch, who played the fan-favorite mutant in the not-so-fan-favorite "X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
Stop trying to get used to the idea of a world in which Hugh Jackman isn't Wolverine. In a recent interview, Jackman hinted that he could be playing the part of the superhero well into the next decade.