X-Men Days Jennifer Lawrence

If the Instagram teaser teaser weren’t enough X-Men: Days of Future Past for you to sink your teeth into, Entertainment Weekly has a new crop of photos from the time traveling mutant flick that might provide a better look at what’s to come.

Though there’s still no real sign of mutant on Sentinel action to be seen, we do get to see some of the characters wearing funky seventies attire. I know you’re not convinced that this is a comparable stand-in, but that’s only because you haven’t seen Peter Dinklage with a mustache yet. As Dr. Bolivar Trask, Dinklage is working the full handlebar paired with one of the putrid brown suits that seem to be so popular in that era, and he’s killing it.

Another image depicts Professor X (Patrick Stewart) and Magneto (Ian McKellen) doing something futuristic as they descend a staircase, while their ’70s counterparts James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender spend some quality time staring intently at something in the distance with Logan/Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) in a different photo. Jennifer Lawrence also makes an appearance in her full Mystique regalia, which while  beautiful and highly impressive, I hate to say is also looking a little puff paint-y.

Despite the marketing team and Bryan Singer‘s steady release of photos and tidbits, there’s still not much known about the film. Hopefully most of our questions will get answered on October 29th, when the full trailer gets released.

X-Men: Days of Future Past is in theaters May 23, 2014.


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