It’s the developing film endeavoring to surpass “The Avengers” for major team ensemble, and its own personal best as the first super-team in blockbuster history.
So, one tweet from “X-Men: Days of Future Past” director Bryan Singer introduces three more actors to the growing cast and confirms a pair of additional character cogs to the plot machine.
Singer’s twitter picture of the official board that shows headshots for the confirmed cast members to portray mutants had a pair never before seen.
3 #Oscars, 6 #GoldenGlobes, 1 #BAFTA, 2 #Emmys, 2 #Tonys, 5 #Oliviers, 1 #Ceaser – Now let’s blow s**t up! #XMEN
Bombastic goes the entertainment headlines.
Because the identifications that ensued came to reveal Daniel Cudmore, Fan Bingbing, and Booboo Stewart.
The Twilight Examiner reports that Daniel Cudmore and Booboo Stewart are recent alum of the “Twilight” saga franchise. Cudmore keeps the momentum of reprisal for “Days of Future Past” since he takes up again the live-action part for the comics-beloved X-Men member Colossus.
Fan Bingbing has made an acting name upon the Eastern film industry. She appeared in key roles for two high grossing films, reports Deadline: “Double Exposure” and remake “The Bride with White Hair”. Bingbing signs into the next Marvel mutants film gearing up to play another teleporter, Blink.
Colossus was a central figure in the comics version of Days of Future Past written by legends John Byrne and Chris Claremont. The metal skinned mutant first appeared in the franchise at “X2”, where Days of Future Past lead Kitty Pryde also debuts in live-action adaptation.
Pryde will be played in the fourth X-Men movie by Ellen Page once again. Page, from “X-Men: Last Stand” appears on Singer’s cast board along with colleague reprisals Ian , Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender and more from the X-Men franchise
In the last few years a comic book production has been the headline usurper gathering the greater talk away from the queue of comic book movies all ready and set to mark a year of superhero genre versions.
“X-Men: Days of Future Past” steps up to become that prologue film inside 2013, while word still awaits what role Booboo Stewart will portray.
“X-Men: Days of Future Past” is a production of Twentieth Century Fox and Marvel Studios, slating to start filming in and showing in theaters amongst the 2014 new releases.