A new three-minute trailer of X-Men: Apocalypse shows a devastating image of Sydney Opera House falling down as the buildings of the Central Business District lie in grey ruins.

A Still Image of Sydney Opera House Crumbling (at 0:52 Second) From the Trailer:

A New trailer of “X-Men: Apocalypse” shows a Sidney Opera House crumbles, The destruction by En Sabah Nur, AKA Apocalypse , X- Men: Apocalypse premières in Australia on May 26 Youtube.com/20Th Century Fox

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If the preview is to be believed, the beloved landmark of Sydney may well be first to crumble in the latest chapter of the futuristic X-Men series by En Sabah Nur, AKA Apocalypse (played by Oscar Isaac). Isaac played Poe Dameron from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Apocalypse is an immortal God-like mutant who has awakened from deep sleep after thousands of years with an intention of remolding the current world in his own menacing way.

“Everything they’ve built will fall and from the ashes of their world we’ll build a better one,” he vows.

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The destruction isn’t limited to New South Wales; in a further ruinous scene the iconic Brooklyn Bridge splits in two, leaving toppling cars and their passengers at the mercy of the icy Hudson River, Daily Mail reports.

X-Men: Apocalypse follows the grand success of its predecessor, X-Men: Days of Future Past. The later is a prequel that highlights the origins of Marvel heroes Charles Xavier, (played by James McAvoy), and Magneto (played by Michael Fassbender).

X-Men: Apocalypse shows our heroes fighting against Apocalypse, the devilish frightening mutant.

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While X- Men: Apocalypse is scheduled to hit the theaters worldwide throughout May, it will premiere in Australia on May 26. Australian actor and X-Men series star (for the last 15 years) Hugh Jackman is now working on his seventh and final film as the powerful mutant Wolverine.

Other than Jackman, the next series features recurring star and Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence as the shape-shifting anti-hero Mystique. The Australian actress Rose Byrne also makes her second X-Men appearance as Moira MacTaggert in the sequel. MacTaggert is a CIA agent originally showed as a geneticist and mutant expert in the Marvel comic book series.