The X-Men franchise continues with the X-Men: Days of Future Past due to be released sometime in 2014.
The film’s director Bryan Singer has released stills from the new film which is currently in production.
A short teaser trailer was released early in the week and then a few equally short new stills have also been released.
The images from the film, being produced by 20th Century Fox, were released by Empire andEntertainment Weekly magazines. Much of the main cast from the earlier films have reunited for his sequel.
Among the stars involved in the production are Charles Xavier played by Scottish actor James McAvoy, and Erik Lehnsherr being played by Michael Fassbender, Hugh Jackman asWolverine, Ellen Page as Kitty Pryde, and Shawn Ashmore as Iceman.
Also making their return to this new X-Men movie are an old Professor Xavier played by English actor Patrick Stewart and Magneto, played by Sir Ian McKellan.
The X-Men has spawned a slew of sequels and prequels including Wolverine, and X-Men United.
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Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe continues to shake off the role he has been most associated with when he plays the doctor’s assistant Igor in the new Fox Frankenstein movie.
The English actor Radcliffe, who signed up for the project in February, will play alongside Scottish actor James McAvoy who was cast in the main role of Dr. Victor Von Frankenstein. It is reported that in this new film, Igor’s secret past will be revealed.
Both Radcliffe and McAvoy are below average height for men with Radcliffe measuring in at 5’5’ and McAvoy coming in at 5’7’. Radcliffe originated the role which made him famous – that of boy wizard Harry Potter. He has aso starred in a number of other adult roles including The Woman in White and also starred in the stage play Equus in which he appeared naked.
McAvoy is perhaps best known for films such as Wanted, The Last King of Scotland, and X-Men: First Class. No date has yet been announced for start of production but the film is to be directed by Paul McGuigan. McGuigan’s film projects include Lucky Number Slevin and Push. He has also directed episodes of the British series Sherlock as well as the NBC series Smash.
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