Watch: Another New International 'X-Men: First Class' Trailer Hits

April 20, 2011
Source: Empire

X-Men: First Class Trailer

"Tomorrow, mankind will know that mutants exist." Fox recently unveiled yet another new international trailer for Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class today via Empire that's actually still worth watching. This isn't the completely new second trailer we've been waiting for since the first one hit in February, but I fear we won't see too many more besides this. This trailer starts very much the same way, but has a bit more of an epic and a bit more of a British feel to it, with a focus more on Magneto (Michael Fassbender) and his power. I just can't wait to see this movie, it's going to be a hell of a superhero summer. Fire it up below!

Watch a new international trailer for Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class:

Before Charles Xavier (McAvoy) and Erik Lensherr (Fassbender) took the names Professor X & Magneto, they were two young men discovering their powers for their first time, even working together as friends.

X-Men: First Class is directed by British director Matthew Vaughn, of Layer Cake, Stardust and Kick-Ass. Bryan Singer, director of X-Men 1 and 2, is producing and wrote the story. The screenplay was written by quite a few writers, including Josh Schwartz ("Gossip Girl" & "Chuck"), Jamie Moss (Street Kings), Ashley Miller ("Fringe", Thor), Zack Stentz, and finally Jane Goldman (Kick-Ass). Marv Films & 20th Century Fox will be bringing X-Men: First Class to theaters everywhere starting June 3rd this summer. Excited yet?

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dave on Apr 20, 2011


that sound effect really bothered me. especially in the original superbowl teaser, where the used it twice in 30 seconds. i pointed it out on youtube and, of course, i received an immature comment in return

gpak on Apr 21, 2011


The sound kinda makes since... it is the sound my Boner made from watching this trailer!

McWilly on Apr 21, 2011


"sense".....Sorry the blood wasnt flowing so well 😉

McWilly on Apr 21, 2011


ah...a willy noise. i was referring to a sound effect in the trailer, but willy noise is good too.

gpak on Apr 27, 2011


ahhh....cant wait 😀

Iste Maledictus on Apr 20, 2011



NeoSlyfer on Apr 20, 2011


I watched the first trailer online and thought it was okay, then I saw it in the cinema and it really did blow me away. I think the big difference between these two versions is that in this one, we get to see a lot more mutant powers, which I think is actually cooler. I'm really looking forward to this, I just hope it's not overshadowed by the other Marvel movies coming up this summer.

Miles on Apr 20, 2011


"I'm really looking forward to this, I just hope it's not overshadowed by the other Marvel movies coming up this summer." Yeah, I'm worried about that too. Still, we are getting, what--around five films based on comics this summer? That's quite a bit, but I'm happy about it!

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


Wheeee! 🙂

David Banner on Apr 20, 2011


This actually doesn't look so bad really...

willuspotacupoftea? on Apr 20, 2011


They really don't know how to market this at all. So damn cheesy it blows my mind. From the trailer to the posters. Wow. A campaign this disconnected can only mean that the film is struggling with its image from the ground up, which ultimately means the film itself may have some issues. I just don't think they know how to connect this new film to its predecessors and they're trying so hard.

Marty Martin on Apr 20, 2011


well they were always going to have that problem, they want to attract the fans of the previous x men but they also want to get a new audience of people who might not of liked the last ones.. does'nt nessecerily mean its going to be a bad film

dave on Apr 20, 2011


I'd say that given Matthew Vaughn has a pretty good track record, this won't be as bad as the posters. And the trailers actually show off some decent footage. They aren't going to show the best this movie has to offer in trailers, anyway.

JL on Apr 20, 2011


True dat. Let's give Vaughn a chance and see if he pulled it off or not. The 1960s setting is certainly intriguing, at least to me.

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


So, ah, Marty....I guess YOU know how to better market this film? Sheesh...everybody's a freakin' expert on the Internet....

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


actually going to pay to see this

kwame adansi on Apr 20, 2011


I hope that they include some of the following X-Men members in future prequels/sequels: Anole, Ariel, Armor, Bishop, Blindfold, Boom Boom, Cable, Caliban, Cannonball, Chamber, Changeling, Cipher, Cloak and Dagger, Colossus, Cypher, Dazzler, Dust, Elixir, Forge, Gentle, Graymalkin, Nate Grey, Hellion, Hepzibah, Husk, Ink, Joseph, Jubilee, Karma, Lady Mastermind, Lifeguard, Lockheed, Longshot, Maggott, Magik, Magma, Marrow, Marvel Girl, Mercury, Mimic, Mirage, Namor, Northstar, Omega Sentinel, Petra, Pixie, Polaris, Prodigy, Psylocke, Revanche, Cecilia Reyes, Rockslide, Sage, Shadowcat, Slipstream, Stacy X, Sunfire, Sunspot, Surge, Sway, Thunderbird (John Proudstar), Thunderbird (Neal Shaara), Warlock, Warpath, Wolf Cub, X-23, Shen Xorn I look forward to seeing some of the following villians in future prequels/sequels: Apocalypse, Arcade, Bastion, Black Tom Cassidy, Dark Beast, Exodus, Cameron Hodge, Krakoa, Legion, Living Monolith, Mastermind, Mesmero, Mr. Sinister, Mojo, Cassandra Nova, Omega Red, Onslaught, Predator X, Proteus, Madelyne Pryor, Sauron, Selene, Shadow King, Silver Samurai, Spiral, Stryfe, Sublime, Sugar Man, Bolivar Trask, Vulcan, Wendigo, X-Cutioner, Kuan-Yin Xorn

Lydia Roberts on Apr 20, 2011


This has to be a copy/paste from wikipedia.

Tyler Morgan on Apr 20, 2011


Fine. Don't whine when 99% of those are 5-second cameos or "terrible versions" of themselves.

Anonymous on Apr 20, 2011


Yeesh...they're going to need to do a helluva lot of films to include all of 'em. In other words....don't hold your breath. Just be glad that they've actually made live-action X-MEN films. I really am not interested in shoehorning in every mutant in the comic; it would overwhelm the audience.

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


X-Men: First Class will not apparently be the definitive depiction of the Hellfire Club as they do not seem to have included anyone apart from Sebastian Shaw and Emma Frost. As it stands it will only be them and a bunch of nameless henchmen in the film. They should have included Harry Leland, Donald Pierce, Tessa and Selene.

Brandt on Apr 20, 2011



Jericho on Apr 20, 2011


Brandt, let's just wait and see the finished film. Who knows--they might have included them in there. And don't forget--the general moviegoing audience probably doesn't give a fig about "the definitive depiction of the Hellfire Club".

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


I thought I saw Banshee..

Big Boss on Apr 20, 2011


You did lol

Terry The Saint on Apr 20, 2011


I plan on seeing this film with low expectations, so that it can only surprise me and just in case it is really good... I plan on bringing KY for myself to fulfill the pleasurable experience.

Dirty Dutchman on Apr 20, 2011


Remind me not to sit next to you when I go see this film.

Don't "butter" my popcorn. on Apr 20, 2011


Next to him? I sure as #*)%# don't want to sit in FRONT of him!

Anonymous on Apr 20, 2011


Hell...I wouldn't even sit in the same row. Jeez...some people just love showing how sick they are...

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


I just had a nerdgasm........excuse me while I go clean up

Chris A. on Apr 20, 2011


looks cool but im afraid that the part they show at the end of the trailer with magneto attempting to stop all those missles will end up looking too much like in matrix reloaded when he stops the bullets

nick on Apr 20, 2011


Nah, it'll be more like when he stops the sentinels in Matrix Reloaded, where they go boom. If the missiles just stop and fall down I'm sure you'll hear a loud groan from the audience.

Anonymous on Apr 20, 2011


Yeah, but...are you sure that he's trying to stop the missiles? I mean, that's how it LOOKS in the trailer, but that's not how it might be in the film....

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


I'm really interested in the Azazel (Jason Flemying) character.

Anonymous on Apr 20, 2011


Me too, he looks like he's going to be one of the best parts! Kind of like Alan Cumming was as Nightcrawler... Though X2 overall was pretty awesome. I really really hope this is as good as X2!

Alex Billington on Apr 20, 2011


X-2 was fantastic, and Cumming was great as Nightcrawler, the only problem with X-2 was the lack of Colossus. On Topic. Flemying is a great actor and it looks like he is gonna be awesome as Azazel. The movie looks good, the cast is the selling point for me so far.

Anonymous on Apr 20, 2011


And it's what--his second comic-book based film? (Yeah, I know he was in LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN. But he was pretty good in that....)

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


Yeah he was great as Jekyll/Hyde probably the only good thing in that film...its a guilty pleasure, for sure.

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


I agree with both of you ! I get a little sad everytime an X-men movie comes out cause I Havent seen my favorite one... Havok. I know he wouldnt line up with the time line but doesnt look like they stuck with that too well anyways. On Topic..Azazel should be NightCrawler with an attitude!

McWilly on Apr 21, 2011


Havok would be great to see. Colossus was what I wanted to see and yeah he was in X-2 but it was only for like 10 seconds. Hopefully if First Class does well we might get a spin-off for Havok and/or Colossus.

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


I like Vaughn. I like this.

DwainIBe on Apr 20, 2011


First things first, Azazel' brief sequence looks great. Can't wait to see more of that. Secondly, when are they going to make a helment that doesn't look retarded on Magneto? Its an improvement over the previous Ian McKellen version, I'll give em that, but he still looks like a Middle Earth Storm Trooper, and not in a good way.

Quazzimotto on Apr 20, 2011


Well, chalk it up to the fact that something in a 2-D comic...doesn't necessarily translate well into the "real world" of a motion picture. But I'm not too concerned with the helmet--I'm more concerned with whether Fassbender can play Magneto as well as Sir Ian did.

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


I always believed that the bad guys make the movie. All the Xmen movies had the same damn villians. Dat shit was played out. They got the HellFire Club wit Kevin Bacon as Sebastian Shaw! In the words of Bart Scott "Can't Wait."

Anonymous on Apr 20, 2011


That looks like Brokeback xmen to me! god charles, eric get a room and get it over with already.

Anonymous on Apr 20, 2011


music tries too hard to make it epic and i feel no tension whatsoever from the trailer. the helmet for magneto was also extremely cheese. why not start him off wiht a motorcylce helmer or something. He looks like someone went to walmart, bought a chrome pot and cut the handle off so it wouldnt get in the way. color me not impressed but im really hoping its one of those bad-trailer-great-movie types. Basically the reverse of what Suckerpunch was if you can call that excrement a film.

buggy on Apr 21, 2011


Am I da only one seein continuity issue here?

ayindi on Apr 21, 2011


Nope, you're not the only one....but honestly, the comic itself had a continuity that tied itself in knots. We'll see how everything works out when the completed film is released. Until then, it's just speculation aplenty.

Anonymous on Apr 21, 2011


am i the only 1 who think tat this was not as epic as the 1st trailer ??O.o

Nans2693 on Apr 21, 2011

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