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New X-Men: Apocalypse Photos, Video Revealed

There's been a steady stream of intriguing tidbits dropping about X-Men: Apocalypse, starting way back in September of last year when this wonderfully creepy teaser was released. 

More recently, there was Olivia Munn's Instagram video, which showed kicking some butt as the mutant Psylocke. And fresh photos have now been released, giving us a glimpse at some the new faces coming to the franchise. The film is said to be set in 1983, and includes younger, more troubled versions of characters we have come to know, including Jean Grey, Storm and Scott Summers (Cyclops). The titular Apocalypse, a supervillain who is likely the hooded figure building a pyramid with his Magneto-like powers in this trailer, is played by Oscar Issac.

Here's a look at the recently released photos for what promises to be, in a franchise that has been reliably epic, the biggest, baddest X-Men of them all.

L-r: Jennifer Lawrence as Raven/Mystique and Evan Peters as Peter/Quicksilver. Photo by Alan Markfield. Courtesy 20th Century Fox L-r: Jennifer Lawrence as Raven/Mystique, Rose Byrne as Moira MacTaggart, James McAvoy as Charles/Professor X, Lucas Till as Alex Summers/Havok and Nicholas Hoult as Hank McCoy/Beast. Photo by Alan Markfield. Courtesy 20th Century Fox Kodia Smit-McPheen as Kurt Wagner/Nightcrawler. Photo by Alan Markfield. Courtesy 20th Century Fox Alexandra Shipp as Ororo Munroe/Storm. Photo by Alan Markfield. Courtesy 20th Century Fox. Michael Fassbender as Erik Lensherr/Magneto. Photo by Alan Markfield. Courtesy 20th Century Fox. Lana Condor is Jubilation Lee/Jubilee. Photo by Alan Markfield. Courtesy 20th Century Fox. Sophie Turner is Jean Grey. Photo by Alan Markfield. Courtesy 20th Century Fox. Tye Sheridan is Scott Summers/Cyclops. Photo Alan Markfield. Courtesy 20th Century Fox

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