If you're anything like me, [X-Men: Days Of Future Past](tag:203942) may have left you feeling an entire spectrum of emotions, from bewilderment (no, I still can't quite wrap my brain around those timelines, or just what the hell Storm, Xavier and friends were doing in the future) to sheer nerdgasm (a more stylish superhero/sci-fi hybrid you're unlikely to see any time soon).
The one thing pretty much everyone can agree on, though, is that the outrageously entertaining sequence now known as "the Quicksilver scene" was two minutes of pure bliss.
The reason this scene is such a winner is not because it's so technically impressive, but because it gives us a route into the insanity going on inside the brain of a total goof.
So it goes without saying that Bryan Singer was always going to recreate the Quicksilver scene for [X-Men: Apocalypse](tag:1194267), which is currently smashing at the box office, and now the good folks at Fox have given us a sneak peek at how Singer and co. constructed The Sequel™.
Check it out:
The team used a Phantom camera capable of shooting at an incredible 3000 frames per second and a rig on which the camera moved at 90mph to create the illusion of slowing time to an almost-complete freeze.
Which begs the all-important question: