‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ The Filming Has Wrapped
The new installment of the mutant saga-prequel of Marvel directed by Simon Kinberg arrives in the theaters of the United States the 2 of November of 2018.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix, the film adaptation of the comic book plot of Marvel The Dark Phoenix, has finished filming.
The film, directed by producer Simon Kinberg, arrives in theaters in the United States on November 2, 2018, and it was the filmmaker himself who announced the news through his Instagram account.
“This is an ending,” can be read in the posting that Kinberg has made, debuting in the direction with the sequel to X-Men: Apocalypse that will focus on the character of Jean Grey, who is revived by Sophie Turner.
The film began production in mid-summer and now the project will go into post-production for its release at the end of next year.
Despite being his first film, Kinberg knows the world of Patrol X on the big screen, having worked as a producer and scriptwriter of the franchise’s deliveries for years.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix features the returns of veterans Michael Fassbender as Magneto, James McAvoy as Charles Xavier, Jennifer Lawrence as Mystic and Nicholas Hoult as Beast.
Also with Kodi Smit-Mcphee like Night Rondador, Tye Sheridan like Cyclops, Evan Peters in the paper of Quicksilver and Alexandra Shipp like Storm.
One of the new acquisitions of the saga-prequel of Patrol X is Jessica Chastain, who could give life to the villain Lilandra.
While waiting for the output of the first trailer of the movie, do not miss on these lines the New Mutants. The film, directed by Josh Boone, arrives at the cinemas on April 13, 2018.
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