X Men First Class Trailer

February 10, 2011 by Post Team 

X Men First Class Trailer, Pending the imminent trailer first X-Men First Class, here is a picture of Magneto particularly symbolic of the ins and outs of this prequel!

In the adaptation of mass comics, this movie looks promising and we are interested ultimately much. The first trailer is expected to arrive in the day, so be careful. Meanwhile, a little reminder: X-Men: First Class, prequel to the saga as we know, has a history very faithful to the Marvel mythology and invites us to discover how it all began, before Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) and Erik Lensherr (Michael Fassbender) takes the identity of Professor X and Magneto. They were indeed two close friends to discover their powers. They then worked together and with other mutants to fight the menace of the Hellfire Club, led by Sebastian Shaw (Kevin Bacon). During these events, a disorder develops between them …

Matthew Vaughn directed the film script monkeys Jane Goldman (Kick-Ass, debt). X-Men: First Class will hit our screens on 1 June

20th Century Fox announced that the first teaser trailer for X-Men: First Class will be published tomorrow, Thursday, February 10. A new picture of Magneto (Michael Fassbender) was published in collaboration with the exciting news. And earlier today, the official X-Men: First Class logo was revealed at the movie’s Facebook page.
According to Entertainment Weekly, not only the filmmakers and developers are trying to gain the interest of the trailer, but they are also hoping to get a line following by connecting with Facebook.

The film features many famous faces, but particularly Michael Fassbender will play Magneto, while James McAvoy plays a young Charles Xavier. Fassbender was in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds and will be the next Jane Eyre. McAvoy is known for his role opposite Keira Knightley in Atonement, as well as its role in the action film Wanted.

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