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Sophie Turner Embraces Evil in Third & Final Trailer for 'Dark Phoenix'

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April 17, 2019
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Dark Phoenix Trailer

"She's not Jean anymore." 20th Century Fox has revealed the third & final trailer for Dark Phoenix, the next X-Men movie focusing on Jean Grey as she becomes the "Dark Phoenix". This might just be the best trailer yet, saving the best for last, after a few other mediocre trailers released in the last year. This movie is still connected to the previous X-Men series, and brings back most of the actors from the most recent films, but it also looks like Fox is positioning this as a grand finale (following in the steps of Avengers: Endgame opening earlier in the summer). Young actress Sophie Turner replaces Famke Janssen as Jean Grey. The cast includes many old and new members: James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Evan Peters, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Alexandra Shipp, plus Jessica Chastain, Ato Essandoh, and Scott Shepherd. This epic action in this does look pretty dang cool, but it also looks like they're desperately trying to pull this together after so many major reshoots and delays. Maybe it'll be okay?

Third & final trailer (+ another poster) for Simon Kinberg's X-Men: Dark Phoenix, from Fox's YouTube:

X-Men: Dark Phoenix Poster

You can still watch the very first trailer for Kinberg's Dark Phoenix here, and the second official trailer here.

Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) begins to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn her into a Dark Phoenix. Now the X-Men will have to decide if the life of a team member is worth more than all the people living in the world. The next saga in Fox's X-Men franchise of movies. X-Men: Dark Phoenix is directed by industry veteran, English writer-producer Simon Kinberg, making his feature directorial debut with this film after producing various superhero movies for the last 20 years, including X-Men: First Class, Days of Future Past, Logan, Deadpool, and The Martian. The screenplay is also written by Simon Kinberg, based on the "The Dark Phoenix Saga" comics storyline by John Byrne, Chris Claremont, and Dave Cockrum. After being delayed from first opening this summer, 20th Century Fox will finally release Kinberg's X-Men: Dark Phoenix in theaters everywhere starting on June 7th, 2019 this summer. Looking any better? Still excited?

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10 Comments

1

If this movie can redeem the X-Men franchise then kudos, I still however will not be seeing this. I care little for this franchise as well as Star Wars (with the exception of Deadpool). This will sound moronic but I still believe that someone can save and make a damn good Fantastic Four movie (preferably animated). Bring on Avengers: Endgame!!!

Sergio R. on Apr 17, 2019

2

I think the reason (most) people care little for this franchise is because they made it "The Fantastic Four!". Xavier, Mystique, Magneto, and Beast are all in the same movie. Mystique and/or Magneto will turn bad, Xavier and/or Beast will feel really sad about this. The only think that can redeem this is Deadpool time-and-franchise traveling to save the day last minute by revealing Darth Maul is the 9th Horcrux

Akirakorn on Apr 17, 2019

3

Ok, another film that comes with too many trailers. Should we be worried? Besides the fact it's about some weird people with extra powers and with questionable personal issues ...

shiboleth on Apr 17, 2019

4

Womp womp.

DAVIDPD on Apr 17, 2019

5

So... new Emma Frost!?

Akirakorn on Apr 17, 2019

6

It might have something to do with the fact that Sophie Turner can't act, and Famke Janssen can. Plus even though there are some great actors in the cast, Hugh Jackman is also missing. The 1st X-Men from Bryan Singer is still the best X-Men movie. Logan is 2nd.

Electronic Eric on Apr 17, 2019

7

Jackman isn't missing, he retired from being Wolvie (almost 100% sure he is anyway). Hard to stay in shape like that for so long (he's was Wolvie for 17 years! 7 movies + 2 cameos) and he gave himself a stroke lifting weights at one point. He deserves an award for what he did with that character, and as much as I loved him as the Canucklehead, a happy and healthy retirement. PS: It's crazy how many great actors are in the Xmen (and Wolverine) films.

Akirakorn on Apr 17, 2019

8

i must say you not only made a valid but noble point ,no1 has kept up and maintained a role for so long ,working out and keeping up with the character not to mention doing other films that had nothing to do with his size the man deserves an award with out a doubt. many years from now many people will referr to mr jackman as THE LOGAN....

Markus B Vick on May 5, 2019

9

PASS.

THE_RAW_ on Apr 17, 2019

10

Worst part of this shitfest, because of the delay, THIS will now be Stan Lee's final cameo, instead of Avengers Endgame

Pugiron on Apr 18, 2019

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