Final Full-Length Trailer Arrives for Bryan Singer's 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

April 25, 2016
Source: YouTube

X-Men: Apocalypse Final Trailer

"Not all of us can control our powers." 20th Century Fox has unveiled the final trailer for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse, the latest movie in the X-Men franchise. This looks much more action-packed and epic than the last few movies, befitting the title "Apocalypse" considering this big bad mutant wants to destroy the world once and for all. Magneto (Michael Fassbender), Psylocke (Olivia Munn), Storm (Alexandra Shipp) and Angel (Ben Hardy) team up with Apocalypse, played by Oscar Isaac, forcing Professor X (James McAvoy) and his young X-Men to save the world. We get more glimpses of Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee), Cyclops (Tye Sheridan), and Jubilee (Lana Condor), plus a tease of one of our favorite characters at the very end. Planning to see this one in theaters?

Here's the final official trailer for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse, direct from Fox's YouTube:

And here's a new international TV spot for X-Men: Apocalypse to follow this trailer, from YouTube:

X-Men: Apocalypse Poster

Watch the previous trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse, right here. For more updates follow @XMenMovies.

X-Men: Apocalypse is directed by Bryan Singer (X-Men, X2, Superman Returns, Valkyrie, X-Men: Days of Future Past), who co-wrote the script with Michael Dougherty, Dan Harris and Simon Kinberg. Details are scarce, but we know the comic book villain Apocalypse will be the antagonist, and we'll see Alexandra Shipp, Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan and Kodi Smit-McPhee join the team as Storm, Jean Grey, Cyclops and Nightcrawler respectively with James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, and Rose Byrne all reprising their franchise roles. X-Men: Apocalypse opens in theaters May 27th this summer.

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  • Jon Odishaw
    I think every x-men film is overrated other than X2. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed pretty much every one but they were nothing special. This, however, looks awesome to me.
    • Enola
      X1 is good, X2 is great. Liked First Class, but the rest including the Wolverine movies are not as good as people say. Days of Future Past was terrible, so overrated, it is like Brian Singer made the whole movie on green screen. Quicksilver was good, but nothing more...
      • we definitely have a different taste! :)
        • Enola
          That is the good thing about movies Ari. But we both dislike Godzilla and that is something...
    • yes look good, but i will be surprised if it's better than the previous one..
  • I like the tease with Wolverine at the end.
  • David Diaz
    Still excited for this. Glad Quicksilver is getting a bigger role. The Wolverine tease was a great way to end it.
    • Justin R
      I agree on both parts, I like this Quicksilver over the Avengers version, and excited to see him play a bigger part. And of course the Wolverine tease was awesome, wasn't expecting that.
  • Looking forward to this I think.
  • TheOct8pus
    Am I the only one who thought this was just a string of cliche' garbage? And if Wolverine does a cameo in every movie, is it a cameo, or a requirement? This looks like the worst of the McAvoy/Fassbender X-men movies.....
    • RAW_D
      Yep. I'm betting the movie is one scene after another of predictable cliche's.
  • not bad looking, but nothing can beat captain America i think. I am hoping that i am not getting tired of watching big blockbusters with cgi extravaganza.. But hey, Godzilla was the ultimate crap, so still having faith...
    • shiboleth
      I humbly and tremblingly admit: I liked Godzilla. Sorry Ari, but I think it was a nice try to send some symbolic message about destructiveness of man. However, I agree, it underplayed its role as a blockbuster ...
      • That's a big confession shiboleth! I know more people who liked Godzilla, so you are not the only one. For me it was the first time i wanted to walk away half way the movie. That said :I truly dislike by Brian Cranston, i never watched breaking bad for instance, because he is in it.
        • shiboleth
          I guess, that's ok attitude too. I said mine. As for Cranston, I don't know what to say. I also never had very big interest in Breaking Bad but I also never had big problem if he's also part of some good or interesting movie/series. As for Godzilla, he was not so important character (at least, I didn't see him that way) so I didn't pay too much attention. Anyway, it is a matter of taste and it's good to talk about it, right. I think Ari, if we ever meet, we might have a good time drinking beers and talking movies we agree and disagree about, wouldn't you say?
      • grimjob
        Don't be shy. Godzilla was awesome.
  • Have Hope
  • theslayer5150
    A while back there was an opinion piece regarding super hero movie fatigue. From my point of view, as a Marvel fan, I was not feeling fatigued at all. Yet this movie may have changed my mind. It simply is not getting me excited to see a Mystique-as-a-good-guy stand alone movie where Storm is a bad guy and so forth. I'm not completely filled in on the history of these charicters in the comics, but we all know the movie universe never keeps them 100% canon. I'm just not thrilled to see this. I'm sure I will, but the excitement to see it is just lacking.
  • Steven
    Still looking forward to this, though if anyone else has caught the advert using Quicksilver the choice of music was pretty rubbish. It had me thinking I wanted to watch GotG again.
  • shiboleth
    This movies are becoming pointless. But then again, I will probably see it with and for my friends and then afterwards laugh at its stupidity (or not) with them while having beer. Friendship beats bad movies, that's for sure ...
    • Have Hope
      nah....done with this franchise under Singer. Skipping.
  • Bl00dwerK
    I want Singer off these films SO BAD!
    • Have Hope
      bro....I have been having this wish since 2000. Keep the faith bro....
  • Nash
    There is something weird with Apocalypse saying "Everything the've built, will fall!" in these trailers. This is the third trailer in which he is saying the exact same line. But in each trailer, the voice is different. What is wrong? Does Apocalypse just like saying the same supposedly epic lines time and time again? Or was there an issue with the voice over and did the director decide the first time was not good enough? So in the second trailer Singer made Apocalypse say it again? And then in the second trailer, it still wasn't good enough. And now Apocalypse gets his final chance in the third trailer to say the same line again? Geez, these superhero flicks get more and more complicated...
    • Dotpols
      I've picked this up too and it's really weird because the first time they did it they really nailed it, but with each subsequent trailer it's sounded worse and worse. I don't really know what they're trying to achieve.
  • This is what I call "long distance flight entertainment to pass time".
  • Payne by name
    The last trailer bummed me out with too much J Law and seeing Mystique suddenly assume the mantle of X Men leader because a group of studio execs decided that she tests better for the new audience. Maybe she does but the same thing that stopped me from attempting any of the Hunger Games is now suddenly affecting me again.
  • RAW_D
    The sole fact that Mystique is the respected "leader" in this movie, solidifies my decision not to see this until Redbox or cable. I don't even care that it's not canon to the comics, it's just the sheer fact JLaw is the "it" actress of the moment, so that propels her character to leader? It doesn't make sense even in the X-men movie canon! Didn't she side with Magneto previously?!? Eff this franchise. I really wish Matthew Vaughn had stuck with it. I'm SO done.
  • capitandelespacio
    Is the t@rrent out yet?
  • Ammon Anderson
    Why does a great finale suddenly need to equate to destroying major cities and recognizable buildings? WHY? A movie can feel "epic" without that type of massive destruction. And why does every major villain want to destroy everything? Don't they have any idea how much work it is to rebuild EVERYTHING? Grow up Hollywood! Lame:(
    • redtie
      You've felt it. I've felt it. It's the Bayhem, it's returning in a different form.
  • Marcus
    Geez you guys are so over critical. Always picking on the smallest details. Hollywood will never make a movie COMPLETELY based on the source. They're finally bringing apocalypse to the big screen and it doesn't even look that bad. Come on get the stick out your butts and just enjoy
    • Why don't you take your finger out of your own asshole. This is a movie site. So yeah some are picky. Personally I like good movies. you know not predictable garbage like this. But heh, One man's trash is another man's treasure. Like I always say. So knock yourself out buddy!
      • Marcus
        I just find it funny people are taking comic book movies seriously. ITS A COMIC BOOK MOVIE. It's not supposed to make sense or be perfect. And it's just a trailer. Folks are bashing movies without even seeing it. You mean to tell me you can tell a movie is bad because 2 to 3 minute trailers, lol
        • Have Hope
          Yes...that's exactly what I am saying. This is a trailer for a film i have no interest in seeing.
  • grimjob
    I don't know man, I'm tired of them using Mystique front and center just because Lawrence is popular. It feels like there is almost no continuity between these films and older ones. I'm sure it'll be mindless fun, but the first two Xmen had a lot more going for them.
    I am glad they are not having Psylock talk. Munn is worthless.
  • evilED
    "I wonder how many cocks Olivia Munn had to suck to get that role? Bitch be rank, yo." ~ Actual youtube comment.
    • Brandon
      Damn, LMAO!
  • Miguel Hernandez
    Wait ,so now mystique is the leader? Did I miss something? If that is the case ,this is gonna suck.Don't even know why mystique is even an X-man-woman.
    • Have Hope
      Totalt garbage. I'm boycotting it.




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