Earlier today, May 21st, Hugh Jackman joined his X-Men: Days Of Future Past co-stars for an interview at SiriusXM. James McAvoy and Patrick Stewart – both of whom play Charles Xavier in the upcoming film – were on-hand to help promote the film. Although there is yet no footage or sound clips from the interview (I heard it’s meant to air on Friday morning), there are several photos from the event in the gallery. It looks like they had an absolute blast — can’t wait for the interview!
I have finally added a ton of X-Men: Days Of Future Past photos to the gallery. My apologies for being so very delayed in providing these — I don’t even know how some (see: the early posters) escaped me! You can now find several new behind the scenes, posters and promotional, and film still images all in the gallery, at the highest resolution(s) I was able to find. Please enjoy.
After a long promo tour that took him halfway around the world, Hugh Jackman arrived in Australia to celebrate the release of his upcoming film, X-Men: Days Of Future Past. Held in Melbourne, the film made its Australian debut, with support of co-stars Fan Bingbing and Peter Dinklage. Pictures appear to still be making their way online, so I’ll be sure to update as they come in. Stay tuned for potential video interviews from the red carpet as well.
On May 13th, Hugh Jackman joined Fan Bingbing and Peter Dinklage in Beijing to help promote X-Men: Days Of Future Past. The day was a busy one, complete with press conference, photo call, and an impressive premiere packed with eager fans. I’ve finally been able to locate some photos from the events, which have been added to the gallery. Sadly, there doesn’t appear to be any footage available from the press conference.
Empire has just debuted several new film stills for X-Men: Days of Future Past. Only one featured Hugh Jackman, but it’s a great shot: him lounging as Wolverine – shirtless, no less – with a chest full of bullet holes. Check out the source for more stills, including looks at Jennifer Lawrence, Patrick Stewart Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and director Bryan Singer.
The first trailer for the film drops on Tuesday, October 29th. Until then, enjoy a six-second teaser on Instagram.