Bryan Singer reveals which mutants return in X-Men: Apocalypse

From the cinepremiere.com (Google translated); also reported on comicbookmovie.com and cinemablend.com:

Cine PREMIERE spoke exclusively to Bryan Singer, who passed some of his plans for X-Men: Apocalypse.

By STAFF CINE PREMIERE

20/03/2014

 

X-Men: Days of Future Past has not only surprised the fans for its impressive cast, but by the presence of a wide variety of mutants that include heroes of the original trilogy, First Class and even beginners and Bishop, Sunspot, and Warpath. However this does not seem to be enough for fans who crave the return of characters like Gambit, Nightcrawler and Cyclops in the franchise.

Cine PREMIERE had the chance to speak exclusively with director Bryan Singer , who seriously thinks about Gambit and Nightcrawler returning to X-Men: Apocalypse.

“I’m considering a Gambit and potentially a young Nightcrawler for Apocalypse. I was going to have to Nightcrawler [in Days of Future Past] and even wrote a scene, but I felt that we were forcing too mutants into the story. “

For the rest of the team, the director was very clear to ensure that the film will only show the last mutants.

The recast of Nightcrawler seems inevitable if we consider that X2: X-Men United shows a younger version of the teleporter, but what can we expect from Gambit? It was just a few years ago that Taylor Kitsch said he would like to return as the Cajun, but denied having new approaches to the study. Meanwhile producer Lauren Shuler said she was interested in a spin-off of the character played by Channing Tatum. What do you prefer?

X-Men: Apocalypse will be released on May 27, 2016 and Cine PREMIERE keep you informed of all the news of the mutants.

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One thought on “Bryan Singer reveals which mutants return in X-Men: Apocalypse

  1. The Burning Blogger Of Bedlam

    Nightcrawler is my favorite character from the films so far – aside from Magneto. We definitely need to see him again. As for Gambit, I just think they need to be very careful who they cast in the role; Channing Tatum was horrible as Remy.

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