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What could have been and what really is are the two opposing concepts that set up the basis for the time-travel story. Just look at “Back to the Future.” Marvel’s Merry Mutants have had there run-ins with time displacement for years, but none have been so endearing as the Chris Claremont and John Byrne story “Days of Future Past.”

James McAvoy who will star as the young Charles Xavier had a few things to say about the new film as well as the franchise. “I thought the biggest thing that ‘X-Men: First Class’ gave the franchise was a real palpable sense of humor that wasn’t just for a couple of moments. It was running through the thing. And I hope that continues,” says McAvoy. “I don’t know how easy it will be for me to be a part of that as my character’s going to be »

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