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Seemingly taking a cue from its last batch of mutant-filled international trailers, Fox has released its full theatrical trailer for X-Men: First Class via Yahoo. While its basic blast-from-the-past structure is definitely retained, the full trailer brings a lot more action to the table and shows off the film'
While most of Fox's domestic efforts to promote Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class have resulted in a mixed bag of confounding Photoshoppery and competent trailers, the studio's international promotion efforts have come off mostly cohesive. That said, the latest international trailer is pretty darn visuall
Not sure how to feel about the new international X-Men: First Class Poster? You're not alone, gentle readers.On one hand, it kind of looks like a nod to early issues of Astonishing X-Men:
On the other hand, it bears some definite Photoshop scars:
What do you think of the X-Men: First Class international movie poster?
A frequent source of found internet materials that have become popular ComicsAlliance posts, the Super Punch blog recently challenged readers to create their own posters for X-Men: First Class, the forthcoming feature film based on the Marvel Comics superheroes. The premise was simple and blunt: "The trailer for X-Men: First Cla
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