Simon Kinberg Discusses the New Dark Phoenix Trailer

Posted March 01, 2019

20th Century Fox just dropped the official trailer and latest poster of "X-Men: Dark Phoenix" unleashing Jean Grey's aka Phoenix (played by Sophie Turner) mammoth of power that threatens the existence of the rest of the X-Men force. In that sequel, Professor X was the one who met his end because Jean Grey was starting to lose control of her powers.

During Chastain's interview on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, she hinted at her character's actions in the movie. Evan Peters is in the film as Peter Maximoff - and the audience may get to see Erik finding out that Peter is his son.

The visuals in this trailer are absolutely stunning, and Turner gives what appears to be an outstanding performance as a woman struggling with this bad darkness within her. We also see glimpses of other X-Men stars attempting to grapple with the Dark Phoenix as she wreaks havoc on the world.

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Jean Grey's Phoenix saga is a pretty vibrant and engaging part of the X-Men comics. But a mysterious force enters her body, and not only makes her infinitely more powerful, but also unstable.

He added: "Mystique is someone who in our universe has been part of the X-Men and has been part of Magneto's world".

They're re-doing the Dark Phoenix story which has already been butchered once, in X-Men: The Last Stand. It's a movie where shocking things happen, where intense, dramatic things happen. The X-Men are going out on a sad, whimpering note. Her powers (which include telekinesis, telepathy, and astral projection) grow stronger following the collision, but they soon become too powerful for Jean to handle. With X-Men: Dark Phoenix - the latest film in the First Class timeline, following 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse - writer-director Simon Kinberg aims to do the story justice on the big screen. Her death impacts literally everybody.

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Fans of the X-Men franchise don't have to wait much longer for the next instalment, as X Men: Dark Phoenix is set to hit cinemas on 7th June.

Warning: Spoilers for "Dark Phoenix" below!

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