It seems like it’s X-Men day as even more details and images from X-Men: Dark Phoenix have been released. Director Simon Kinberg previously teased the X-Men would be heading to space, now we have not only confirmation of that but also images to prove it.
The new images from Entertainment Weekly, and they also include some small plot details that should make fans excited. The first photo is of Sophie Turner herself as Jean Grey, seemingly turned into Dark Phoenix, take a look.
As you can probably tell, there’s a lot of work putting into getting the visual aspect of Dark Phoenix right. Simon Kinberg reveals this film has a long time in post-produciton than the other films in order to fulfill over all scope of it; “I wanted the post time to deliver on the nuance of the visual effects, not just the scale of them. That takes time.”
Next up is an image featuring concept art of the X-Jet, the teams way of traveling to space. As the synopsis says, “the team is dispatched on a rescue mission but a solar flare hits the X-Jet. Jean uses her power to save the team but the extreme surge of energy unlocks the Phoenix. ” The X-Men finally heading to space will sure make fans of the comic storyline of the same name happy.
Check out the rest of the images below.
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X-Men: Dark Phoenix hits theaters November 2, 2018.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix – Set in 1992, about 10 years after the events of last year’s X-Men: Apocalypse, Dark Phoenix opens with the X-Men, including Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), Beast (Nicholas Hoult), Storm (Alexandra Shipp), Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee), and Quicksilver (Evan Peters), in a new, unexpected role: national heroes. Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) even lands on the cover of Time magazine. But his growing ego puts the team at risk. “Pride is starting to get the better of him, and he is pushing the X-Men to more extreme missions,” Kinberg says. After they’re dispatched to space for a rescue mission, a solar flare hits the X-Jet and the surge of energy ignites a malevolent, power-hungry new force within Jean (Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner)— the Phoenix.