Mystery Solved! Magneto Assassinated JFK

Don't forget to see 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' in theaters!!! In a marketing move completely disrespectful to American history, a new promo video for X-Men: Days of Future Past proposes the theory that President John F. Kennedy was actually assassinated by Michael Fassbender's Magneto, who used his ability to bend the trajectory of Lee Harvey Oswald (or Mystique??)'s bullet into Kennedy's skull. I don't know what was going through the marketing department's head when they approved this, especially on the anniversary of President Kennedy's public murder. Poor taste. Far worse than that Three Stooges viral video where they replaced Helen Keller's telephone with a hot iron.

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Nails it. What a difference a director who knows what the f*ck he's doing makes. In just two minutes and eighteen seconds, Bryan Singer has managed to wash the bad taste of X-Men 3, Wolverine: Origins, and 65% of X-Men: First Class out of our mouths. Though I'm sure the final film will barely match the somber tone of this trailer, it plays exactly the right notes. In a bit of a switch-up from the comics storyline, a future version of Wolverine has his consciousness warped back to his 1970's body in order to warn young Professor X and young Magneto about the danger that awaits them and all of mutantkind in the form of Peter Dinklage's sentinels. It's a really interesting direction to take after the light and fun First Class. I'm really digging young Xavier's struggle now that he's confined to a wheelchair and not able to use telekinesis to nail young, hot ass. Just imagine how dude's going to take it when he finds out he goes bald.


Honest Trailer — X-Men: Days of Future Past

You've seen us tackle the X-Men Trilogy — now it's time for us to take on the prequel-sequel that made the worst X-Men movie irrelevant and the worst Wolverine movie into a bad dream. You've seen us tackle the X-Men Trilogy — now it's time for us to take on the prequel-sequel that made the worst X-Men movie irrelevant and the worst Wolverine movie into a bad dream: X-Men: Days of Future Past. Become a Screen Junkie! ?? Watch more Honest Trailers ??


'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' Trailer Reveals An Overcomplicated Plan

Seriously. You guys are really mucking this saving the future thing up. When Peter Dinklage builds giant robots that make the future suck ass for the X-Men, there's only one thing they can do -- time-travel Wolverine's brain back to his 1970's body to get the band back together. Honestly, he'd probably be better off just claw-punching Peter Dinklage in the head, but I guess this complicated plan involving jets and explosions and glass shattering and blowing up the White House and destroying a football stadium and Jennifer Lawrence going to Vietnam works too. Look, you're much better at being The Wolverine than I am. Far be it from me to tell you how to save the future. Although if either of these plans fail, you could always just steal Biff's Sports Almanac and become a millionaire. Just saying that's an option.


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So many things!! With X-Men: Days of Future Past's May 23rd release date almost no longer in the future, we have this third and final trailer. We already know that Hugh Jackman's Wolverine brain-travels to the past to warn the X-Men about the danger of giant, weaponized robots so this trailer takes the opportunity to show both timelines and display and the property damage that both incur. It also takes a brief moment to re-introduce us to Quicksilver outside of the context of selling microwaved bacon.


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Think of it like 'The Ice Storm' but with robotic hands. Patrick Wilson takes a break from battling creepy ghosts to battle suburban malaise... IN SPACE. Space Station 76 is a vision of the future imagined by the past. The retro future sci-fi comedy also launches Liv Tyler, Matt Bomer, Jerry O'Connell, one of those little Nintendo robots, and Freddy Got Fingered star Marisa Coughlan into space during the age of key parties. Think of it like The Ice Storm but with robotic hands.


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On the one hand, it's a dystopia. On the other, meeee-ooowwwww. [post-album postid="217664" item="6"]Everyone seems to be looking forward to In Time and here's another trailer to whet your appetite. In the future, science has stopped the gene for aging. However, you don't live past twenty-five years old unless you're able to earn more time as it has become the chief currency. Which means that the wealthy can live forever and the poor work until they die. Fuck that shit. I'm moving to Future Canada. In Time stars Justin Timberlake as a man on the run after he inherits a century. Amanda Seyfried, Olivia Wilde, Cillian Murphy, Vincent Kartheiser, and Alex Pettyfer are also on hand to eternally attractive.