God help us all.
Following the beats of the classic Marvel comic-book storyline (which was originally used, in a somewhat different form and context, in 2003's X2 and 2006's X-Men: The Last Stand), the new film will focus on Grey's struggle, after an interstellar accident, to harness her huge powers - all of which, as the trailer makes clear, culminates with her igniting into the deadly Dark Phoenix. After multiple adaptations and retellings of the original story over a variety of formats, Fox's latest attempt to get the Phoenix "right" is finally upon is.
In March, Fox pushed the release date for Dark Phoenix from November 2018 to February 2019 for planned reshoots.
Jean, already a powerful psychic mutant, went nuclear in X-Men: Apocalypse while fighting the titular baddie (Oscar Isaac). When the X-Men head to space to save stranded astronauts, a cosmic force bombards the X-Jet and gets absorbed into Jean. We've seen some pics of the cast, including Sophie Turner as the eponymous Jean Grey aka Dark Phoenix, but that's been about it besides for the watercooler talk.
Dark Phoenix Trailer: The X-Men's Latest Nemesis Is Within Their Own Ranks
For more on Dark Phoenix, click on the links below. The official X-Men Twitter account just posted a new tease for the film, which you can take a look at down below.
It's certainly a dramatic turn from the Phoenix character we saw in The Last Stand and Bryan Singer's X2.
X3, also known as The Last Stand, portrayed Jean (played then by Famke Janssen) as mentally unstable and extremely powerful villain.
Directed by Simon Kinberg, Dark Phoenix stars Sophie Turner (Jean Grey), James McAvoy (Professor X), Michael Fassbender (Magneto), Jessica Chastain (Smith), Tye Sheridan (Cyclops), Nicholas Hoult (Beast), Alexandra Shipp (Storm), Kodi Smit-McPhee (Nightcrawler), Evan Peters (Quicksilver), Olivia Munn (Psylocke).
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