Who’s Coming Back, Who’s Not & What Kind of Film to Expect – Everything We Know About X-Men: Apocalypse

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Last December, 20th Century Fox rather quietly re-signed Days of Future Past producer/writer Simon Kinberg to a 3-year deal to help oversee both the X-Men and re-booted Fantastic Four film franchises.  Less than a day later, Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer took to Twitter to celebrate this news by officially announcing (and later confirmed by the studio) that Days of Future Past was going to have a sequel named X-Men: Apocalypse, due out in 2016.  If that doesn’t seem strange to you just remember that Warner Bros. waited until Godzilla actually came out earlier this month before officially announcing a sequel.  Jump ahead 6 months to the present, and it’s suddenly clear why Fox was so willing to give Singer an early green light: it turns out Days of Future Past is kind of awesome.  Beyond being the best reviewed…

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