X-Men: Days Of Future Comic-Con Trailer Description & Panel Recap
created 07/20/2013 - 8:13pm, updated 07/20/2013 - 8:50pm
Fox Studios just held their panel at Comic-Con where Hugh Jackman was featured for The Wolverine.
The actor then said they had a surprise and introduced X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer who stated they still have a month of shooting left but he has brought some footage with him - in 3-D.
The footage stars off with original X-Men movie characters shown with Professor X stating that he had a glimpse into the past.
Magneto is then shown talking to Wolverine telling him Wolverine will have to do for Magneto what he once did for Wolverine "side by side to end this war before it ever begins."
Then the cast of X-Men: Days of Future Past takes to the stage (see pic below).
More footage is then revealed with Wolverine getting sent through the past with Prof. X warning Logan that he was a different man back then and to be patient with him.
The 70s are shown with Nixon and the Oval Office, and then James McAvoy is shown with Cerebro.
Jennifer Lawrence is shown as Mystique in a military uniform and at times crying.
McAvoy's Xavier then says that he "doesn't want your suffering; doesn't want your future."
Last of the footage shows Patrick Stewart pleading "please, we need you to hope again" to McAvoy.
Peter Dinklage confirms he is playing Trask with Evan Peters remarking that Quicksilver is a spaz.
Ian McKellan jokes that it's glad to be back in California and mentions he is looking for a husband, turning to Michael Fassbender.
Halle Berry is there, too, and makes a joke about wanting more love for Storm and glad Singer is back.
"Storm is the earth mother of the group -- in addition to being a badass when she needs to be," Berry said.
Omar Sy is introduced, and the crowd explodes! He says Bishop is a guy from the future fighting to survive like all of us.
"I get to play Bishop, and it’s from the future. He fights for survival -- like we all do," Sy said.
“It’s amazing to be back with old friends - Anna & I were teenagers for the first movie. There’s some really cool stuff people haven’t seen or have been waiting a long time to see,” Shawn Ashmore added.
Anna Paquin offered, “I got cast in these movies when I was 17, so it’s really, really exciting to get to come back!”
Fan QnA time is next, and the first question is about Deadpool. Singer says anything is possible.
"The X-Men universe is every bit as large as the remaining Marvel universe and the DC universe," Singer said.
Next, Jackman remarks about Wolverine taking on Iron Man, that he would love to do it, but it's not up to him.
Fan question about Rogue and Gambit with Singer said they are exploring all their options.
Remark about using Quicksilver from another fan with Singer saying the characte was always a part of the story.
Evan Peters adds that Quicksilver is impatient, moves and talks quick.
Fassbender cuts in and says Quicksilver has "great DNA" and laughs.
Fan remarks about Hugh Jackman singing as Wolverine with the actor actually doing so. “I’m gonna slice ‘em. I’m gonna dice ‘em," Jackman sang. Also said he wandered around the Con floor in his costume, but no one noticed or stopped him. “I walked around all day at Comiic-Con in my full Wolverine outfit and a guy said ‘eh, not bad."
"I have a sweet Tom Selleck-looking mustache in this one," says Dinklage.
Fans ask about their favorite characters with Stewart stating he wishes he could play a female X-Men so he could get win an Academy Award.
Same footage of X-Men: Days of Future Past is then shown.
Update: Blink is in the movie and she is shown against a wall getting fired upon and in a battle stance.
Trask was shown at a Senate hearing.
X-Men: Days of Future Past has a May 23, 2014 release date starring Jennifer Lawrence, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult, Anna Paquin, Ellen Page, ShawnAshmore, with Hugh Jackman reprising as Wolverine, and returning cast members Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan.