The trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse has arrived, and now we can’t wait for all of our favorite (and a few new) ass-kicking mutants to conquer new bad guy Oscar Isaac’s plan for world domination.
The sequel to the X-Men prequel takes place in the 80s, and features Jennifer Lawrence, Sophie Turner, and Alexandra Ship—who you may know from playing Aaliyah in that random Lifetime biopic—playing younger versions of characters we’ve met before.One new addition to the franchise is Olivia Munn, who’s apparently playing a cool character named Psychlocke.
Michael Fassbender and James McCavoy, aka the hottest British people ever, reprise their roles as Magneto and Charles Xavier. Oscar Isaac spends the whole film with his beautiful face painted a scary shade of villainous purple.
Usually I’d make fun of anyone who liked a movie based on comic books. But with this many attractive people starring, what’s not to like?
Check out the just-released trailer below. X-Men: Apocalypse arrives in theaters May 27.
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