Fans at Comic Con International in San Diego were treated to exclusive footage from X-MEN: APOCALYPSE taken from just five weeks of filming, according to director Bryan Singer. Thanks to the folks at Coming Soon, we have a pretty detailed description of that footage:
The footage opened with a nuclear explosion and we cut to Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey gasping, saying that she had seen the end of the world and all this death, to which James McAvoy says that it was only a dream. There’s a voice over from Oscar Isaac about how he’s been seen as a God. ‘I’ve been called any things over many lifetimes, Ra, Krishna, Yahweh, and the footage shows Rose Byrne as Moira MacTaggert telling Charles about how when people find out about mutants they, form cults that worship them but that she investigated one such person from the beginning of time that’s thought to be the first mutant.
Apocalypse gives a big voiceover speech to the young mutants saying they’ve lost their way by following blind leaders. ‘Everything you’ve built will fall and from the ashes of the world, we’ll build a better one.’ Then we see Apocalypse in a hood as Magneto asks him “Who the F are you?” and Apocalypse responds “Come and See” as we get to see Oscar Isaac in the full costume and he looks exactly like in the comics.
We learn from Professor X that Apocalypse can control other mutants and we see a scene where the X-Men are facing Apocalypse with a bunch of them including Storm and Ben Hardy as Archangel sided with Apocalypse, as well as Magneto who uses his powers to pull a slumped-over Charles in a wheelchair towards him. We get a glimpse of all the characters… but just a shot of Nightcrawler, Jubilee and Olivia Munn’s Psylocke. I didn’t even see Havoc and Cyclops only had one shot as well. We did see a quick Quicksilver shot. We don’t see their powers because that’s FX that is still being worked on.
…there’s more! Head over to ComingSoon.net to read the rest!