‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’ Has A Trailer

October 29th, 2013 // 19 Comments
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Here’s the official trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past, the sequel to the surprisingly good, X-Men: First Class. Except this time around, you get all the X-Men you recognize but in generic future outfits on horrible looking sets with way too much eye makeup yet somehow not nearly enough Wolvie whitewalls which should’ve been the foundation of this movie if not its very soul. More importantly, Jennifer Lawrence bikini photos is a top search term, and now I have an excuse to cram those into this post while you watch Captain Picard and Gandalf wish they were besties sharing tearful memories of the Holocaust again. Something Photo Boy and I never do seem to do anymore. *fights back tear* Excuse me…


  1. Can we please fucking retire the Sunshine music from all traile– aaand they doubled down and resurrected the Thin Red Line music for the second half… Waiting for Requiem For A Dream to make an encore appearance…

    • gumbypokey

      Agreed. I love Sunshine and it’s soundtrack. I hate when things get tainted. Popular culture is good with that.

  2. She’s the chick from The Hunger Games.

    She looks good :)

  3. JessicaC

    Not enough Dinklage in that trailer

  4. Holy fuck,..Hollywood and Marvel have become an electronic Burger King – just stamping meat patties on an assembly line..

    This is what, the 3rd or 4th X-Men movie on top of 2 or 3 Wolverine movies??

    All of these just blur together. Here’s a breakdown of these past 5 or 6 unmemorable movies:

    A bald guy in a wheelchair who doesnt blink has a mansion with a bunch of freak kids;
    Someone’s always breaking into the white house;
    Wolverine is screaming at something;
    Someone’s always held captive in some exotic plexi-glass cage with breathing holes;
    There’s a giant jet that can be maneuvered like a news chopper;
    Wolverine dies, but comes back;
    Somebody bursts themselves and everything around them into flames;
    The general public freaks out, oh the humanity;
    A bunch of stuff blows up and all looks lost;
    Some hot chick with super powers puts on a leather suit;
    Flames/lazers blow out of someone’s eyes
    Some kids get killed
    Wolverine freaks out
    Cue more giant explosions
    Everyone almost dies saving the world
    (fast forward 1.5 years, repeat with more crossovers)

    • JimBB

      I’m pretty sure at this point they don’t even have scripts. Every now and then the director just tells the CGI guys “More action!” and the actors “More yelling and pointing!”

  5. Inner Retard

    It’s bad when you can see the problems of the movie in the trailer. Didn’t the professor die? The Wolverine is shoved in the story because he’s the most popular character despite the reboot not having him. When did the professor become evil or whatever his problem is? Time travel?! But hey, Peter Dinklage! Yesss!

    • DiegoAD

      If you actually watched “X-Men: The Last Stand” and/or “X-Men: First Class” in their entirety you’d have the answer to your first question and you’d realize your comment about Wolverine is not accurate.

      • Inner Retard

        Then please enlighten me because I remember the Professor being blown to a million bits and I don’t remember anything in either movie that specifically stated the Professor can be Humpty Dumptied back together.

      • DeucePickle

        The words, “Days of Future Past” means time travel. So the fact that other people died in the earlier movies, doesn’t matter. Any plot holes you think you’ve found in a movie that you’ve seen 2 minutes of….time travel. It’s the plot hole cure-all.

      • BobTheBob

        You notice that they are trying to prevent the future that they are in from coming to pass. So, it is possible that in their future Xavier didn’t die and Wolverine is going back in time to restore the timeline from the first movies.

      • Is that going to be the same timeline where Xavier and Mystique do not really know each other, even though, in `The Last Stand“, they actually grew up together?

  6. lovecraft

    My memory may be a bit rusty but if I remember this story
    line in the comic Wolverine was killed by a sentinel (he has all his flesh burned off to where he cannot regenerate) and kitty pryde or shadowcat is the one that goes into the past to warn Xavier of what is coming.

    • Yeah, that. That sounds good. I’d like to see that movie.

    • Beer Baron

      In the comic book storyline, every one of the X-Men have been killed by the Sentinels except for Storm, Colossus, Wolverine, Kitty Pryde, and Rachael Summers (daughter of Cyclops & Phoenix). Rachael Summers uses her powers of the mind to transfer Kitty Pryde’s mind into her younger self. She then joins up with the X-Men to prevent a fatal moment in history which triggers anti-mutant hysteria. The killing of Senator Kelly (who was mutated and then died in the first X-Men film). The Sentinels attack the remaining X-Men are most of them are killed during the battle (Wolverine is disintegrated), but not before Pryde’s mind is sent back in time.

  7. Gonna have to watch First Class before I see this one.

  8. Based on that trailer and the many comments left here, two things immediately come to mind: confusion and major timeline issues.

    So, yes… this is definitely a X-Men project!

  9. Herman Bumfudle

    So what if there was a man that was.

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