“The problem with Days of Future Past is it’s hard to sequelize,” writer-producer Simon Kinberg, who’s been with the franchise since 2006, told the mag. “Whenever we talked about the sequel, the challenge was that it needed to feel not necessarily bigger visually, but that the stakes needed to feel bigger.”
“It’s a chaotic world of conflict and war and destruction,” director Bryan Singer said about the movie. “It’s one giant civilization that now requires one giant culling. That’s why he needs special assistants in this process.”
The film will hit theaters on May 27, 2016.
For more about the movie, visit EW.com.
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