First Screens of X-Men: Apocalypse Revealed

X-Men: Apocalypse Storm Psylocke

20th Century Fox‘s much anticipated upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse got a whole slew of colorful new screenshots today courtesy of Entertainment Weekly.

Olivia Munn is rocking the traditional Psylocke costume from the X-Men comics and looks great as the character. Alexandra Shipp plays Storm and is thankfully playing the mohawked version, which as any X-Men fan can tell you is the best one. Michael Fassbender returns in his third time playing Magneto, the Master of Magnetism, and seems to have gone shopping in between X-Men: Days of Future Past and X-Men: Apocalypse. His new look is much more armored than any previous incarnation and may have something to do with the rumors of him becoming one of Apocalypse‘s Four Horsemen.

X-Men: Apocalypse Psylocke Magneto

Speaking of which, Oscar Isaac as the titular villain is the target of the most criticism so far. Instead of the giant, ripped, quasi-immortal, Egyptian badass, Apocalypse looks more like the wimpier, younger brother of the villain of Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers: The Movie, Ivan Ooze.

X-Men: Apocalypse Ivan Oooze The Game Fanatics

But who knows? Set photos have a tendency to look strange without any context; maybe there’s some effects or post-production magic that needs to be inserted to make Apocalypse as threatening as Marvel fans know him to be.

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More news will be released as X-Men: Apocalypse‘s release date (May 27, 2016) nears, but for now, fans can look at all the exclusive photos by following the link below.

(Source: Entertainment Weekly)

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