‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ and ‘Wolverine 3’ May Pave the Way for ‘The New Mutants’, More Inforamtion

From the business standpoint, a producer would surely not let a very successful franchise go quietly into the night just like that. That is the reason why Fox is almost moving heaven and earth to make sure that it gets to retain most, if not all, of the series’ main characters.

In February, Director Singer also announced the inclusion of Smit-McPhee in “X-Men: Apocalypse” as Nightcrawler. McPhee’s entry was announced after the Director also posted that there will be three additions to the cast including Sophie Turner as Jean Grey, Alexandra Shipp as Storm, and Tye Sheridan as Cyclops,

Turner, Shipp and Sheridan will be playing the younger versions of the hero mutants previously played in early X-Men movies by Famke Janssen, Halle Berry, and James Marsden, respectively.

Smit-McPhee on the other hand will be playing the younger version of Nightcrawler that was previously played by Allan Cummings on “X-Men 2.”

The actors who were confirmed for the casting of “X-Men: Apocalypse” were actually younger versions of the mutants that appeared in previous X-Men films.

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  1. Well i really want to see a film after Apocalypse based on Cyclops,Nightcrawler,Jean, Storm, and others to really get to know these characters since we did not really get a chance in previouse films due to Wolverine hogging the screen time with Magneto,Pro X,and Mystique being the center characters. I really do not see Gambit fitting in to the cinematic films without his fellow X-men to play off each other like in the comics and old 90 fox tv series. The thing that made me like Gambit besides his powers was his relationship with Rogue and his dialog between the X-men. we will see how this plays out but without Cyclops, and the X-MEN this will not go far. Cyclops is The X-Man. Another thing i would love to see is Sinister,Cyclops,Jean,,Bishop,Pslocke,Archangel,Stryf, Cable storyline, and a Bigger Badder Jugernaught.

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