Director Bryan Singer Shares The First Photo From ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’


Pre-production on the prequel sequel X-Men: Days of Future Past (which is a sequel to X-Men: First Class … which was a prequel to the first X-Men films) is getting underway here in Hollywood and to excite fans a bit, director Bryan Singer shared a photo on his official Twitter profile from the production studio of the film. Singer snapped a photo of two very important props that are featured in the X-Men movies (all of them) and posted the photo online for fans. Click below to take a look.

Bryan Singer is really excited about Days of Future Past. You can tell, because in addition to directing and producing the X-Men prequel-sequel, he’s also become the movie’s official PR person, filling up his Twitter account with semi-regular casting updates and location-scouting pictures. Singer celebrated President’s Day yesterday by tweeting a picture of Professor X’s wheelchair. Or rather, wheelchairs — Patrick Stewart’s present-day-or-maybe-dystopian-alternate-timeline chair sits right alongside James McAvoy’s ’60s-era chair. Take a look and ponder the space-time continuum for a hot second.

Professor Xavier’s wheelchair is integral to the character and Professor X is integral to the world of X-Men. These wheel chairs are so dope, I mean, as far as dope wheelchairs go. I don’t love everything that Bryan Singer has done (Superman Returns? Ugh!) but he deffo does the X-Men movies right. I loved First Class and I’m really excited for the follow-up Days of Future Past. This photo yielded the intended result — I am really freaking excited for the movie now!

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  • Brian Cartwright

    “deffo” ? Ugh, indeed.

  • Joe

    we never learned our lesson about Bryan Singer…

    • Krissy

      I like Singer as a director. Usual Suspects, Apt Pupil, X-Men…he has made far more good films than he has bad ones, IMO.

    • @Krissy — I agree, Singer has had some bad movies but he has put out more successful ones.

  • DB

    Thanks goodness Bryan Singer is back. His first two X-Men were brilliant. The third and all subsequent ‘X-Men’ movies, which were not directed by Singer, have been horrible.