Stills released from new X-Men film

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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 FassbenderHugh Jackman asWolverineEllen 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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Big Hit for Patrick Stewart

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A video of English actor Patrick Stewart doing a quadruple take has gone viral on social media.

Stewart, who made his name in the American series “Star Trek: The Next Generation”, was doing a tutorial which was being filmed by his girlfriend and jazz singer, Sunny Ozell.

Stewart, who was dressed in a hoody and shorts during the tutorial, goes through the take, from single to the quadruple.

“What you have to understand about the quadruple take is it’s not in the same style as the take, single, or double take, right, it’s a different style of physical comedy,” he says.

Stewart, who will star on Broadway in Harold Pinter’s play “No Man’s Land” as well as Samuel Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot” this fall, adds: “The first three were based on truth, on naturalism, on spontaneous, naturalistic acting.”

Just before he does the quadruple he says “This, the quadruple take, is in a different category of acting altogether but it’s the only one I know and you’ll be glad to hear that I don’t have anything beyond the quadruple take.”

The video has been viewed more than 1.6 million times since it was posted on YouTube on August 27. Stewart will star as Hirst in No Man’s Land and Vladimir in Waiting For Godot. Broadway officially open son October 26.

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