First posters for X-Men: Days Of Future Past

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(From Den of Geek)  With a brief pause for a Comic-Con appearance over the weekend, the team behind X-Men: Days Of Future Past are back at work, as the movie continues shooting in Canada.

Fox isn’t missing a promotional trick, though. With The Wolverine heading into cinemas this week, it’s getting some early publicity in for next year’s X-Men sequel, with the launch of the first two posters for the film.

The idea here, as you can probably see, is to get across that we’ve got two Magnetos, and two Professor Xs in the movie, with Ian McKellen and Michael Fassbender taking on the former, and Patrick Stewart and James McAvoy the latter.

X-Men: Days Of Future Past is due in cinemas on May 23rd 2014.

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