It is confirmed … Wolverine will appear in the upcoming “X Men Apocalypse” movie.
Here’s what we have learned so far from the latest “X-Men: Apocalypse” trailer.
1.Wolverine is back!
Hugh Jackman seemed to be not hanging his character’s claw just yet.
The action-packed trailer also showed Mystique coming across Cyclops (Tye Sheridan) and Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) after they have defeated a group of adversaries, People magazine noted.
“Well, you’ve been busy,” Mystique can be heard saying after seeing the wreckage. “We had a little help,” Cyclops responded. And then trailer showed that the help will come from Wolverine.
In the final seconds of the teaser, the Marvel superhero’s clawed-mutant was seen jetting out of his hands as he approaches his opponents.
Jackman also shared the teaser on his Instagram account. The actor last appeared as Wolverine in 2014’s “X Men: Days of Future Past.”
The two-and-a-half minute clip also showed Professor Xavier (James McAvoy), who appeared to be injured and kidnapped by a mutant god.
3. Quicksilver’s father
The trailer, titled as the “Final Trailer,” also confirmed that Magneto is Quicksilver’s father, Independent wrote.
The clip also offered a closer look at Jennifer Lawrence’s mutant character Raven/Mystique.
She was seen dressed as Raven at the moment, sporting a leather jacket and showing off long, curly blonde hair as she approaches someone with quite a stern look on her face, Mail Online wrote.
5. Jean Grey as Phoenix
The red hair character was seen screaming out at something with a ferocity and there were glasses broken everywhere in the background of her as if a shockwave of energy has erupted. That could mean that Jean Grey may evolve and transform into Phoenix in the movie.
“X Men Apocalypse” also stars Olivia Munn as Betsy Braddock/Psylocke, Oscar Isaac as En Sabah Nur/Apocalypse, Rose Byrne as Moira, Nicholas Hoult as Hank McCoy/Beast, Michael Fassbender as Erik Lensherr/Magneto, and Evan Peters as Peter/Quicksilver.
“X-Men Apocalypse” hits theatres in the US on May 27 and UK cinemas on May 18.