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'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Tops Friday's Box Office!

'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Tops Friday's Box Office!
  • X-Men: Days of Future Past dominates the box office on Friday with $36 million- Entertainment Weekly
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3 Responses to “'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Tops Friday's Box Office!”

  1. 1
    Julia Says:

    Great film and great cast! Everyone is amazing in it, especially Evan Peters, James McAvoy and J.Law.

  2. 2
    essie Says:

    First Class was better.. wish they stuck to the comics for FOTD.. wolverine is so overated

  3. 3
    jon m'shulla Says:

    Greatest X-Men movie of all time. Truly astonishing. Quicksilver was so cool and Evan Peters stole the show a few times. Great story, great acting. Great directing. Bryan Singer does it again. Not for the stupid.

    Stay after all the credits for an important message.

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