Confused as to why Dark Phoenix isn’t called X-Men: Dark Phoenix like its predecessors in the franchise? Blame Wolverine.
Time is a flat circle, and the Phoenix Force never dies.
You know. ‘Tis the season.
The first Dark Phoenix trailer is here, and short and cryptic though it may be, it’s still chock-full of intriguing hints about what’s in store for the X-Men and their most formidable foe yet.
When Fox first announced that Dark Phoenix would skew closer to the original X-Men story of how Jean Grey ultimately becomes one of the most powerful mutants to exist, the implication was always that this take on the story would involve space travel and an encounter with beings from another planet.
She is fire and life incarnate and she’s here in the first Dark Phoenix trailer to usher in both the beginning and end of all things. God help us all.
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