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The movie collected just $14 million on Friday, making it the lowest debut ever for an X-Men movie, reports Variety on Saturday. It wasn't great, but it was no Batman And Robin either.
The very end of the movie includes a voiceover from Jean, now Phoenix, as she watches over Professor X from above. He was played by new comer Hugh Jackman and the world fell in love with the character and Jackman soon became a household name.
Did he always know he wanted to end the movie the way it ends?
This movie is so bad I can not tell you what it about.
To understand what it was like living with split personalities, Turner studied real-world mental illness (schizophrenia and dissociative identity disorder), to best showcase Jean's internal struggle after absorbing the Phoenix Force during a mission in outer space.
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The X-Men are the founding fathers of the current era of superpowers and capes that now dominates theaters not just summers but year-round. It is her story, a culmination of the character's decades as one of the original X-Men, as the token chick, and being transformed into a hero-a symbol of what makes humanity so special and so promising. Then bypass the rest of the prequel series and go straight into the original X-Men trilogy back to back to back. It is set in 2029, making it the last film chronologically in this "X-Men" film universe - and also providing us with one reason why it works better as the proper "X-Men" finale.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe may have the rights back, but considering the MCU still has its issues, I'm going to wait to see what they actually do with the X-Men before being fully joyous about it. The film also sees Michael Fassbender return as Magneto alongside Storm (Alexandra Shipp), Red Lotus (Andrew Stehlin), Beast (Nicholas Hoult), Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee), and Selene (Kota Eberhardt). It's kind of like if Leonardo DiCaprio played Egghead in a Batman movie before he made it big and then every Batman movie after that had DiCaprio reprise his role as Egghead.
Sadly there will never be a follow up movie to erase "Dark Phoenix" from the canon, like 2014's "X-Men: Days of Future Past" did to "The Last Stand". You have to face it, Wolverine is the most popular X-Men and his introduction in the comics really brought the X-Men into the forefront. He loves playing the character and he has gone out of his way to be as faithful as possible with his portrayal of the character for the millions of comic book fans out there. That backstory is embedded in Jackman's and Stewart's textured and heartbreaking performances, discernible even to one hasn't seen a single other "X-Men" movie.
Watching those movies in that order gives you everything you need and nothing you don't. The gaps it fills in Wolverine's backstory don't impact any of the other movies.
On top of more melodrama than a 1950's Joan Crawford movie, there's Jessica Chastain as Vuk, an alien who is able to inhabit everything about a human being except their eyebrows.