Within a few weeks of its release, "X-Men: Days of Future Past" has managed to enthrall the audience worldwide, so much so, that the fans can't wait for the release of the eighth installment "X-Men: Apocalypse". Fascinating details about the sequel have been trending, with more details pouring in, each passing day.
For those who are curious to know the interesting tit bits about "Apocalypse" here is the detailed information. [Warning: Spoiler Alert]
The following information contains plot spoilers. Read it if you want to know more about the film before its release.
- Plot Details: A major hint regarding the plot was dropped in "Days of Future Past" itself. Post the credit sequence the audience was introduced to a mutant Apocalypse, called En Sabah Nur. The extra footage showed a group of people chanting his name and hailing him for being the most powerful. Nur is understood to be the main villain with an incredible power, to build pyramids in Egypt in seconds.
- Release Date: Bryan Singer who helmed the ship of "Days of Future Past" announced on his Twitter that the sequel would be releasing in 2016. The release date of film as on IMBD is May 27, 2016.
- Cast: The writer of the film Simon Kinberg revealed in his interview with Total Film that the film is going to have fresh faces with some actors making a return. Jennifer Lawrence, Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult are sure to return while Channing Tatum is speculated to appear as Gambit, reports suggest.
- Crew: Kinberg is writing the film and Singer would once again don the director's hat.
"Like Days of Future Past is a time travel movie, Apocalypse is a disaster movie. And those are viable genres without super powers. And when you add super powers and comic book heroes to that kind of a genre suddenly you have something that feels a little different than the superhero movies that have come before it," he said about the much awaited sequel.
Moreover, he also suggested that "Apocalypse" is going to be the biggest "X-Men" movie the audience has ever witnessed.
"It will be the biggest X-Men movie we've ever had. One carte blanche, Future Past is the biggest because of the cast. We're not going to have every member of the X-Men in the history of the films, but we will have some new X-Men that will give it its own unique flavor," Kinberg concluded regarding the scale of the film.