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'X-Men Days of Future Past' Spoilers: Director Bryan Singer Does A Q&A Via Twitter

By Staff Writer | October 28, 2013 06:16 PM EDT



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With the "X-Men Days of Future Past" trailer soon to launch, director Byran Singer spoiled fans by doing a Q&A via Twitter.




Within 30 minutes, the X-Men lover answered a bundle of questions.

Facebook user Vlad Micu asked, "How was it to bring the cast of the original 'X-Men' and the cast of "X-Men: First Class" together in the same movie?" Singer was a bit in awe by the situation. "Answer: Awesome, and slightly intimidating," Singer answered.






The writer and producer also divulged that one of the funniest moments one set was seeing some of the cast members dancing to Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines."




"In between shooting a serious scene on Xavier's private jet, Michael [Fassbender], Nick [Hoult], Hugh [Jackman], and James [McAvoy] dancing to #BlurredLines," tweeted Singer.

Twitter user Ian Turner wanted to know what we can expect from Mystique, played by the lovely Jennifer Lawrence. Singer says she is tougher.






Although the trailer premieres at 6 a.m. tomorrow, Singer revealed that the beginning of the movie is yet to be finished.

Due to the risk factors, Singer suggested that "X-Men Days of Future Past" has a darker element with some jokes in between.






Singer also gave a list of new X-Men that are making an appearance.

In the future we can also possibly expect Singer to introduce even more characters in the X-Men movie series.






Just like in "X-Men: First Class," "X-Men Days of Future Past" will pay homage to the 70's.

Lastly, Singer gave a hint to what the trailer will look like Tuesday morning.


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