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Sophie Turner in 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix'

07 Décembre 2017

Sophie Turner transforms into a fiery Jean Grey in the first look at 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix.' She's literally on fire - and topless! - on the cover of 'EW'. My bet is on either Lawrence's Mystique or Nicholas Hoult's Beast, both of whom would have a major impact given that they've been with the franchise since X-Men: First Class, as opposed to killing off some newish character audiences aren't exactly attached to just yet.

Now almost 10 years after Last Stand and well into the golden age of superhero movies, X-Men is having its second try at the Dark Phoenix saga with X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Kinberg's directorial debut. Director Simon Kinberg hints that pride and the pushing of the X-Men to be better are getting the best of Xavier, which prompts him to send the team on a space rescue mission, paving the way for a solar flare to hit the X-Jet and awakening the described power-hungry Phoenix within Jean when she tries to save the team.

Dark Phoenix takes place in 1992, which is 10 years after the events of X-Men: Apocalypse and sees the X-Men as celebrities. The film also stars Michael Fassbender and Evan Peters and opens in theaters on November 2, 2018.

"[The film] was so clear in my head, emotionally and visually, that it would have killed me to hand this to somebody else to direct", director Simon Kinberg told the magazine. Sophie Turner is featured on the cover of the new Entertainment Weekly and it's our first look at Jean Gray's turn to the dark side.

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"[Mystique] has grown up a lot", states Jennifer Lawrence. But his growing ego puts the team at risk. "This is probably the most emotional X-Men we've done and the most pathos-driven", McAvoy says.

Though, be prepared: "There's a lot of sacrifice and a lot of suffering".

"It's about the butterfly effect of this thing happening", Turner adds.

When it was announced that Oscar-nominated actress would play a villain in the flick, many assumed it would be Shi'ar Empress Lilandra Neramani because that character factors heavily into the Dark Phoenix comic storyline.

Sophie Turner in 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix'