X-Men: Apocalypse has one long call sheet! Several new stars will appear, along with 2011's First Class cast and the Days of Future Past heroes. In addition to the faces below, it should be noted that Channing Tatum , who will play Gambit in a standalone X-Men film, is rumored to make a cameo. Fingers crossed! Take a look below to see which stars will definitely be featured, and check out the kickass new trailer .

While the X-Men spinoffs Deadpool 2 and New Mutants have been slowly revealing new details and bits of casting, word has been largely quiet on Dark Phoenix , the next film in the main X-Men saga. Production is set to get underway this summer, but we didn’t know who would be starring or even who was directing, although it was rumored that longtime producer and writer Simon Kinberg would be making his directorial debut on the feature.

Now it looks like all engines are go for Dark Phoenix . Deadline reports that Kinberg is officially set to direct his own screenplay ( we reported back in February that he was circling the project), and most of the main players from X-Men: Apocalypse — Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique), Michael Fassbender (Magneto), James McAvoy (Professor X),  Nicholas Hoult (Beast), Alexandra Shipp (Storm), Sophie Turner (Jean Grey), Tye Sheridan (Cyclops), and  Kodi Smit-McPhee (Nightcrawler)—are set to return (the notable absence is Evan Peters , who plays Quicksilver). Filming is set to take place in Montreal.

For those unfamiliar with the Dark Phoenix story from the comics, it involves Jean Grey, whose powers become seriously amplified when she comes into contact with a cosmic entity known as the Phoenix. It eventually took over her personality, turning her into the “Dark Phoenix” that the X-Men had to defeat.

X-Men: Apocalypse has one long call sheet! Several new stars will appear, along with 2011's First Class cast and the Days of Future Past heroes. In addition to the faces below, it should be noted that Channing Tatum , who will play Gambit in a standalone X-Men film, is rumored to make a cameo. Fingers crossed! Take a look below to see which stars will definitely be featured, and check out the kickass new trailer .

While the X-Men spinoffs Deadpool 2 and New Mutants have been slowly revealing new details and bits of casting, word has been largely quiet on Dark Phoenix , the next film in the main X-Men saga. Production is set to get underway this summer, but we didn’t know who would be starring or even who was directing, although it was rumored that longtime producer and writer Simon Kinberg would be making his directorial debut on the feature.

Now it looks like all engines are go for Dark Phoenix . Deadline reports that Kinberg is officially set to direct his own screenplay ( we reported back in February that he was circling the project), and most of the main players from X-Men: Apocalypse — Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique), Michael Fassbender (Magneto), James McAvoy (Professor X),  Nicholas Hoult (Beast), Alexandra Shipp (Storm), Sophie Turner (Jean Grey), Tye Sheridan (Cyclops), and  Kodi Smit-McPhee (Nightcrawler)—are set to return (the notable absence is Evan Peters , who plays Quicksilver). Filming is set to take place in Montreal.

For those unfamiliar with the Dark Phoenix story from the comics, it involves Jean Grey, whose powers become seriously amplified when she comes into contact with a cosmic entity known as the Phoenix. It eventually took over her personality, turning her into the “Dark Phoenix” that the X-Men had to defeat.

Let’s get two things out of the way here: I really liked X-Men: Days of Future Past . And I have complicated feelings about the X-Men movies , but one thing that doesn’t bother me is their screwy internal chronology. I am not a a continuity pedant; the fact that X-Men: First Class directly overrules several parts of X-Men 1 doesn’t lessen my enjoyment of either of them.

So what follows is not meant to nitpick the plot of Future Past . Rather, this is an inquisition, an attempt to seriously understand what the space-time continuum really looks like after it has been twisted into fifty pretzel-spirals of insanity. SPOILERS FROM HERE.

After watching the movie, I retreated with a few friends to a local bar in midtown Manhattan, where we spent roughly the running time of Future Past attempting to explain what Future Past means for the X-Men franchise. I borrowed a piece of binder paper and attempted to graph the timeline. This is the result:

X-Men: Apocalypse has one long call sheet! Several new stars will appear, along with 2011's First Class cast and the Days of Future Past heroes. In addition to the faces below, it should be noted that Channing Tatum , who will play Gambit in a standalone X-Men film, is rumored to make a cameo. Fingers crossed! Take a look below to see which stars will definitely be featured, and check out the kickass new trailer .

X-Men: Apocalypse has one long call sheet! Several new stars will appear, along with 2011's First Class cast and the Days of Future Past heroes. In addition to the faces below, it should be noted that Channing Tatum , who will play Gambit in a standalone X-Men film, is rumored to make a cameo. Fingers crossed! Take a look below to see which stars will definitely be featured, and check out the kickass new trailer .

While the X-Men spinoffs Deadpool 2 and New Mutants have been slowly revealing new details and bits of casting, word has been largely quiet on Dark Phoenix , the next film in the main X-Men saga. Production is set to get underway this summer, but we didn’t know who would be starring or even who was directing, although it was rumored that longtime producer and writer Simon Kinberg would be making his directorial debut on the feature.

Now it looks like all engines are go for Dark Phoenix . Deadline reports that Kinberg is officially set to direct his own screenplay ( we reported back in February that he was circling the project), and most of the main players from X-Men: Apocalypse — Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique), Michael Fassbender (Magneto), James McAvoy (Professor X),  Nicholas Hoult (Beast), Alexandra Shipp (Storm), Sophie Turner (Jean Grey), Tye Sheridan (Cyclops), and  Kodi Smit-McPhee (Nightcrawler)—are set to return (the notable absence is Evan Peters , who plays Quicksilver). Filming is set to take place in Montreal.

For those unfamiliar with the Dark Phoenix story from the comics, it involves Jean Grey, whose powers become seriously amplified when she comes into contact with a cosmic entity known as the Phoenix. It eventually took over her personality, turning her into the “Dark Phoenix” that the X-Men had to defeat.

Let’s get two things out of the way here: I really liked X-Men: Days of Future Past . And I have complicated feelings about the X-Men movies , but one thing that doesn’t bother me is their screwy internal chronology. I am not a a continuity pedant; the fact that X-Men: First Class directly overrules several parts of X-Men 1 doesn’t lessen my enjoyment of either of them.

So what follows is not meant to nitpick the plot of Future Past . Rather, this is an inquisition, an attempt to seriously understand what the space-time continuum really looks like after it has been twisted into fifty pretzel-spirals of insanity. SPOILERS FROM HERE.

After watching the movie, I retreated with a few friends to a local bar in midtown Manhattan, where we spent roughly the running time of Future Past attempting to explain what Future Past means for the X-Men franchise. I borrowed a piece of binder paper and attempted to graph the timeline. This is the result:

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