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X-Men: Days Of Future Past director Bryan Singer believes that the newest installment in the mutant franchise is the most exciting yet. In an interview with SFX, the director teased:

It’s not just another X-Men film; it’s not just about the combined cast as there will be certain technologies and other stuff that we haven’t seen before in the X-Men films. There are also issues of time and we’re messing about with that. I think we’ve got it figured out. I pitched it to James Cameron when I was in New Zealand last year and he said, ‘Yes, that makes sense.' We wanted an opportunity to bring some of the favourite older and younger characters together. We also wanted to play with the notion of different times and stuff like the way that time affects destinies. It enables the film to not just be a sequel to First Class or X-Men 3 but to actually be its own thing.

I like that Singer considers Days of Future Past to be a standalone movie and if it can undo the damage that 's woeful X-Men 3 wrought, I'll be a happy man.

With more mutants being recruited for X-Men: Days Of Future Past and Singer regularly tweeting set photos, you should [[follow]] the movie to get all the latest developments as and when they break.



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