Sophie Turner is a girl on fire in first Dark Phoenix trailer


Jean Grey actress Sophie Turner introduced the trailer debut her appearance on CBS's The Late Late Show with James Corden. When I wrote X-Men: "Days of Future Past years later - it was a time travel story - I thought, 'Well, here's an opportunity to rewrite this mistake - bring Jean Grey back to life.' I got to go back and essentially erase a $200 million movie". During a rescue mission in space, Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) is almost killed when she is hit by a mysterious cosmic force. Once she returns home, this force not only makes her infinitely more powerful, but far more unstable. We see Jean have a hard time adjusting to life with other mutants and being overwhelmed by her powers, which are magnifying rapidly.

When the world needs Dark Phoenix the most, Jean must confront her biggest adversary - herself - and face the Phoenix before it rips her apart from those she loves the most. Moviefone keeps it coming.

"I've seen evil, and I'm looking at it now", Magneto, played by the returning Michael Fassbender, says in the footage. This marks the first time a proper entry in the X-Men franchise hasn't been released in the spring.

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After a delayed release date, reshoots, and Walt Disney's recent purchase of Fox (and, therefore, the X-Men franchise), the film will now hit theaters on February 14, 2019.

James McAvoy reprises his role as Professor X, while Evan Peters is Quicksilver and Tye Sheridan is Cyclops.

The trailer revealed the superheroes in X-Men: Dark Phoenix will be sporting some classic comic book looks that fans of Grant Morrison's New X-Men are likely to be happy with. It will simply be called "Dark Phoenix", according to a new poster for the movie and Fox's official synopsis. Pretty much, the quality was garbage, and if you actually wanted to see and appreciate some real details regarding the film, you should probably have steered clear.