The first two Bryan Singer-directed X-Men films unleashed comic book movies into the multi-hundred-million dollar budgets of Hollywood's minds, and has kickstarted the billion-dollar comic book movies, such as The Dark Knight.
But, Singer is back with X-Men: Days of Future Past after passing on X-Men: The Last Stand for Superman Returns. X-Men: Days of Future Past will see both the worlds of X-Men and X-Men: First Class joined together, and is centered around a dystopian future where mutants are held prisoner in internment camps, before Kitty Pryde has her mind transferred into her younger body to help the X-Men of the past to step in a moment in history to stop the future from happening.
The above viral trailer is a fake ad for Trask Industries, which is a company run by military scientists and once-Presidential advisor, Bolivar Trask. Trask is responsible for creating the Sentinels, who are robots programmed to locate and terminate mutants.
X-Men: Days of Future past will be in cinemas in 2014.