With X Men: Days Of Future Past now only a mere five months away from release there is no way we could get any more excited, right?
Excitement levels have just rose a few notches because Bryan Singer has announced on his Twitter page that 20th Century Fox have already set a release date and title for the X-Men: Days Of Future Past sequel.
X Men: Apocalypse will open May 27th 2016.
It has not yet been said whether the movie will be based on ‘The Age of Apocalypse’ storyline but it seems likely given the direction the franchise has been going in. Certainly it seems certain it will include the villain Apocalypse, who has been one of the most powerful and powerful X Men baddies for a long time, and fans know him for being En Sabah Nur, the world’s first mutant. Being immortal and in some cases, »
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