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Bryan Singer Teases 'Apocaplyse' Cerebro

Check out what the director's recent Instagram reveals about Professor X's machine. Story by Matt Cummings With Director Bryan Singer planning a July release of his epic X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue Cut , the director has also been slowing releasing images and casting news from his latest production X-Men: Apocalypse . This includes younger actors to play Jean Grey and Scott Summers , as well as Olivia Munn joining as Psylocke . On Thursday, he released this image on Instagram: Cerebro is Spanish for brain. #Xmen #XmenApocalypse A photo posted by Bryan Singer (@bryanjaysinger) on Jun 4, 2015 at 10:58am PDT From the looks of things, Singer might be using the exact set from Days of Future Past , as not much appears to be different between them. The one item of note is Professor X's instrument panel, which looks more jutted out from the 1970's version. That one also featured a curved analog set up and this one appears with more hard edges. Add

X-Men Apocalypse: Storm, Cyclops, and Jean Grey Cast

Read on to find out who will be playing the iconic characters. Story by David Clark The X-Men movie franchise is back and some fresh faces have been thrown into the mix. Coming up on the 8th major X-Men film release it seems the time is right to make old things new again for an eager audience. There are a few familiar names returning this time. The roles once filled by Patrick Stewart (Xavier) and Ian McKellen (Magneto) are now being played by their younger on screen counterparts James McKavoy and Erik Lensherr. In fact, recent rumors speculate that long standing stalwarts Patrick Stewart and McKellen may not be appearing in the film at all. The trend in the franchise of moving the series to a younger generation of actors continues with the latest casting decisions. First on the list of recent franchise acquisitions is that of the actress to play young Jean Grey. Those who are fans of the series and comics will remember that Jean Grey is the conflicted and volatile