The X-Men film The New Mutants has develop into some of the notoriously troubled productions of latest years. It was initially shot again in 2017 and set for an April 2018 launch, however rumors of extensive reshoots and repeated delays have brought about some to marvel once we’ll truly see it–including the movie’s personal exasperated cast members. But a new trailer has lastly arrived, and offering it isn’t pushed again once more, the film will hit theaters in April.
The new trailer actually delivers the horror edge that director Josh Boone has spoken about quite a few instances earlier than. The movie stars Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones), Anya Taylor-Joy (Split), Blu Hunt (Another Life), Henry Zaga (13 Reasons Why), and Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things) as a bunch of younger mutants who’re being held in a sinister facility, the place a number of bizarre issues are taking place. It appears actually creepy and really totally different to final 12 months’s X-Men flop Dark Phoenix–which, let’s face it, isn’t a foul factor. Check it out beneath.
The New Mutants releases on April three and likewise stars Alice Braga (Elysium), Antonio Banderas (Spy Kids), and Happy Anderson (Mindhunter). Boone beforehand made the hit teen drama The Fault in our Stars and is the co-writer and director of the upcoming TV adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand. The first New Mutants trailer was launched method again in October 2017.
Boone beforehand spoke about what would set The New Mutants other than different superhero motion pictures. He advised EW: “We are making a full-fledged horror movie set within the X-Men universe. There are no costumes. There are no supervillains. We’re trying to do something very, very different.”
Although the failure of Dark Phoenix and final 12 months’s Disney/Fox deal recommend that The New Mutants would be the closing movie within the present X-Men franchise, this won’t be the case. Ryan Reynolds not too long ago confirmed that Deadpool 3 is in the works underneath the Marvel Studios banner, which may probably merge the wildly complicated X-Men timeline with the Marvel Cinematic Universe.