Spoiler alert: New 'Dark Phoenix' trailer shows major character death


Already, this sounds like it's heading down the same path as X-Men: The Last Stand with the Dark Phoenix storyline. The only mutant we can say with absolute certainty who will still be left standing by the end of Dark Phoenix is Ryan Reynolds's Deadpool. Why? Months after the first was released and with whispers of more delays to release (or an outright cancellation in some cases), the teaser has dropped and it kicks off with the revelation that Mystique is killed.

Mystique runs afoul of a very conflicted Jean Grey (Sophie Turner), who begins the trailer by apparently weeping to the cosmic force that has invaded her body: "Why did you make me do that?"

Directed by: Simon Kinberg, making his directorial debut having previously penned First Class, Days of Future Past and Apocalypse. It's a movie where shocking things happen, where intense, dramatic things happen. People don't just fall off buildings and dust themselves off and walk away. The previous trailers haven't really shown much at all, but this one gives as an idea of what the movie will actually be - and we know fans will definitely be discussing it.

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Dark Phoenix opens in theaters on June 7, 2019. James McAvoy's Charles Xavier aka Professor X puts it plainly: "She will kill us all". This latest X-Men adventure will see Jean battling the growing cosmic entity within herself after the team's mission into space takes a awful turn for the worse.

A new trailer for X-Men: Dark Phoenix has been released, and it's definitely the most revealing trailer yet for the film. Dark Phoenix is doomed. "That force is lashing out at anyone that tries to stop her, including the people that she loves". This is such a waste of some of the most inspired casting in superhero movies. Standing on an empty suburban street littered with rubbish and pieces of wood - physical evidence that suggests Jean may have just had a Dark Phoenix fit ahead of this scene in the clip - Mystique continues, "I'm not giving up on you, Jean". It had to feel really personal for the X-Men, and I wanted it to be something that would fracture the X-Men as well.

While Lawrence's death may be a shocker, it's not a total loss to the franchise now that the previously Fox-backed "X-Men" is moving under Disney. "Her death impacts literally everybody".