Second Trailer for Fox's 'Dark Phoenix' Movie Starring Sophie Turner


20th Century Fox has released the global trailer for the X-Men film Dark Phoenix.

Jean unleashes her powers, and spirals out of control.

It's pretty awesome to see Sophie Turner rocking some hectic god-level CGI powers after getting used to her as the impeccably-coiffed and cunning Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones.

Now, with Dark Phoenix, Jean is finally reaching her potential as a character.

Sometimes you look at a trailer and think it can go either way-the movie might be better than this, or might be exactly as bad as this trailer is making it seem.

While I watched the trailer I simply thought the character got blasted back, but it is confirmed that when Jean Grey blasts Mystique, the character is killed in action. We also see glimpses of other X-Men stars attempting to grapple with the Dark Phoenix as she wreaks havoc on the world.

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Mystique runs afoul of a very conflicted Jean Grey (Sophie Turner), who begins the trailer by apparently weeping to the cosmic force that has invaded her body: "Why did you make me do that?"

The rest of the X-Men squad are terrified of the possibility of Jean assuming her final Dark Phoenix form, since they've already gotten a taste of what she can do when she merely dips her toes into the darkness of Phoenix.

"The larger story really is Jean cracking up, losing control because she's more powerful than anyone else in the world". But while speaking with Entertainment Weekly, writer and director Simon Kinberg explained the studio's decision to break that rule. "I had a lot of emotions about it", Kinberg continued.

SPOILER ALERT! If you don't want to know which character will be killed in the next movie, turn away now. The X-Men movies have generally not been good, and the "First Class" run of movies have especially been bad (and aging worse, man, they do not hold up at all), but holy sh-t this one looks awful.

So, Mystique dies while trying to save Jean, and the X-Men become divided over what to do next. Her death impacts literally everybody. It's a movie where shocking things happen, where intense, dramatic things happen. "It felt like not this is the end necessarily, but this is it for them".

The film is set for release on June 7, 2019.