In the movie, Jean Grey (Turner) is almost killed after being hit by a cosmic force.
What's the evidence? Well, there's not a ton of Lawrence in the trailer and she's one of the most in-demand actresses working today, so it would make sense if she had a minor but key role in the film. "It operates as a very personal, intimate story about Jean and her past and her struggle with her powers, and it also operates as this much larger intergalactic story with aliens involved that Charles is not responsible for". 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.
James McAvoy's Professor X grapples with his decision to keep secrets about her past from her, and the fallout of doing so. However, according to director Simon Kinberg, that theory isn't remotely true.More news: Conservationists warn beluga reported in Thames could be ‘in trouble’
That wasn't necessarily a given, seeing as this is the second attempt to translate the Dark Phoenix story to film.
Sure enough the film has been trending on Twitter since the trailer dropped - and the response is generally mixed. He also helped write this one. "They never seem to age?" And definitely more of a bigger X-Men movie than something small and focused, but perhaps they felt it was necessary to connect with audiences of all kinds.
Of course, we already know Magneto's third ally in the trailer: Hank McCoy, aka Beast, played by franchise veteran Nicholas Hoult. But to be fairly honest, after Logan blew me away, I lack any desire to continue on with the saga started with First Class.
"Trailer looks ok", remarked someone else. But in the process she turns evil and everything is thrown into chaos. "Hope it will be good and not another #Apocalypse".