First Photos Arrive For X-Men: Dark Phoenix

Wendy Jensen
December 8, 2017

Post-production on X-Men: Dark Phoenixwill last a year, reportedly to accommodate the setting and Turner's numerous transformations.

The X-Men are boldly going where they've never gone least, not in the movies.

The upcoming film will follow the timeline of Days of Future Past, where Grey was alive and well, rather than her being dead at the ending of 2006's The Last Stand.

Jennifer Lawrence's Mystique has a new hairdo and a more mature and even "maternal" outlook, feeling more protective of the X-students.

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Sophie Turner transforms into a fiery Jean Grey in the first look at 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix.' She's literally on fire - and topless! - on the cover of 'EW'. EW revealed that Dark Phoenix takes place in 1992, a full 10 years after X-Men: Apocalypse.

"X-Men: Dark Phoenix" opens in theater November 2nd, 2018.

At the very least his focus on apparently Turner's Jean and Chastain's unnamed character caught Chastain's interest, an actor with very passionate and public views on the role of women in film. "This definitely passes the Bechdel test, and I don't know how many comic-book films can say that".

Dark Phoenix marks Kinberg's first attempt as a director, with Jennifer Lawrence remarking how different the set was compared to previous shoots.

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Jessica Chastain joins the cast too in a yet to be disclosed role. The main "young mutants" introduced in X-Men: Apocalypse are also back: Sophie Turner as the titular Jean Grey/Phoenix, Tye Sheridan as Cyclops, Alexandra Shipp as Storm, and Kodi Smit-McPhee as Nightcrawler. We don't have a trailer for the film yet, but thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we get a whole new bunch of images for the film. Dark Phoenix "becomes a fight for Jean's soul as Phoenix threatens to overtake her mind and divide the X-Men, particularly Jean and her mentor, Charles".

This time, it's being directed by the guy who co-wrote the last time, Simon Kinberg.

This will be 20th Century Fox's second try at translating the Phoenix Saga to film, which leaves fans curious as to where it sits in the official timeline of X-Men films.

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