After the stylish, swinging ’60s romp of First Class, and the time travelling, groovy ’70s/futuristic mix of the franchise reinventing Days of Future Past, the X-Men are off to the ’80s for Apocalypse….and they haven’t aged a day over three decades it seems.
It’s that time of year where sports fans nationwide here in Britain force a momentary interest in American football. Once more, the Super Bowl has been and gone and yet again the Americans have proven to the rest of the world that they can put on a show like no one else.
Hair today, gone tomorrow….
The first batch of images for the forthcoming X-Men: Apocalypse have been released over at Entertainment Weekly, and the famous mutant team are looking decidedly 80s. Following on from the swinging 60s of First Class and the groovy 70s of Days of Future Past, Bryan Singer wraps up the X-Men prequel trilogy with Apocalypse, set in the…