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With superhero offerings hitting new critical and commercial heights, bridging the gap between character introduction and ambitious evolution, Bryan Singer presents most possibly the biggest Marvel-based film audiences will have ever seen in X-Men: Days Of Future Past.

Following a reboot in the form of X-Men: First Class, it was clear to the world that a whole new era in the X-Men films was upon us; one that would see great steps taken in the scale and storytelling element of such a film series. Utilising historical events to forge a more grounded universe, and even heading to locations anew (with James Mangold’s The Wolverine), this is a new X-Men world that looks likely to strike harder than an adamantium-fuelled slice from Logan himself.

Setting up the foundations for future endeavours, both First Class and The Wolverine were just tasters of things to come, and now it is time for »

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