Is our future already written, set in stone by the hands of fate? That is the question asked by Christ Claremont and John Byrne — the writers of the 1980 graphic novel — and the one asked in Bryan Singer's adaptation of 'Days of Future Past.' The latest trailer grapples with the heavy themes of choices not made and decisions that alter the course of history, while shoving in as many dystopian landscapes and mutant cameos as possible.

One thing's for certain, this film is going to be chock-full of plot and characters to the point the celluloid bulges.

The trailer also came with a side of movie poster. Despite the original story — and assumedly the movie as well — having Kitty Pryde (Ellen Page) front and center, the poster opts for the more recognizable Hugh Jackman and Jennifer Lawrence as the focal point. And after fans reacted unfavorably to Quicksilver's character design, he is sadly nowhere to be seen.


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