Men: Dark Phoenix Trailer - Jean Grey Is Going to Kill ‘Em All

X-Men: The Last Stand was the first movie to tackle the storyline but it was rejected by fans, leading to the 2011 soft-reboot X-Men: First Class.

Dark Phoenix marks Fox's second attempt at adapting the seminal "Dark Phoenix Saga" from the comics. Set almost a decade after the events of the last chapter - X-Men: Apocalypse - Dark Phoenix is the fourth chapter of the X-Men saga featuring younger versions of the original characters and the twelfth overall in the X-Men franchise, which began all the way back in 2000.

A full trailer arrived not long after. But then the movie got bumped again - this time into a prime summer slot.

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Dark Phoenix is directed by Simon Kinberg, who makes his directing debut after years as a writer and producer on X-Men movies. "I play this character from another world, and I come to Earth because Jean Grey has a power that I want to harness for my own uses", Chastain explained. And it has to be better than Apocalypse, right?

X-Men: Dark Phoenix hits local theatres June 6. Old, hard truths are dredged up (particularly for James McAvoy's Professor Xavier) and as Jean's abilities increase, her ties to her human side start to waver, especially with the influence of Jessica Chastain's mysterious alien.

This force not only makes her infinitely more powerful, but also very unstable. Even Xavier and Magneto are seemingly helpless in the face of Jean's powers, as she demonstrates by crushing Magneto's helmet around his head. With Jean spiraling out of control, and hurting the ones she loves most, she begins to unravel the very fabric that holds the X-Men together.

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