20th Century Fox has unveiled the synopsis of the Dark Phoenix movie ahead of the trailer launch of the X-Men film on Tuesday. Excited fans can see a preview of the trailer online thanks to star Sophie Turner, who will be playing Jean Grey for the second time in the franchise with Dark Phoenix.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix hits theaters February 14, 2019. And as expected, it reunites the entire mutant superhero squad in an all-out battle involving Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner's fiery telepath Jean Grey.
Joining Turner in the film directed by Simon Kinberg will be Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Tye Sheridan, Alexandra Shipp, Nicholas Hoult and Evan Peters reprising their X-Men roles for the latest entry to the series.
The movie's official logline basically confirms that internal struggle, too, revealing that things begin to unravel for Jean Grey after a rescue mission goes sideways, leaving her at the mercy of a "mysterious cosmic force".
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There's also brief footage of Jessica Chastain's mystery villain, a shapeshifting alien who manipulates Jean and the Phoenix. Once she returns home, this force not only makes her infinitely more powerful, but far more unstable.
It's been a bumpy few days for Dark Phoenix: after the trailer was reportedly shown in Russian Federation, a low-quality version soon leaked online. We see Jean have a hard time adjusting to life with other mutants and being overwhelmed by her powers, which are magnifying rapidly.
This will likely be the final X-Men film for this cast, who will probably be replaced when Disney starts churning out their own movies thanks to their purchase of Fox.
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