Previous X-Men actors will reprise their past roles in Brian Singer’s Days of Future Past upcoming film the director confirmed in a tweet today. Who are the X-Men alum to join the cast? It won’t hurt your pride to take the jump.

Singer has been a fan of making announcements over Twitter the past few months and he kept it up today with this tweet:

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Anna Pacquin and Shawn Ashmoore are no strangers to Singer since both were in the first two X-Men movies. This will be Ellen Page’s first time to take on the role of Kitty Pryde since she was only in Last Stand.

These three will join the already confirmed Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellen, and Patrick Stewart when Days of Future Past hits theaters July 18, 2014

Are there any other characters that you are hoping to see announced before principal photography starts? Let your thoughts be known in the comments below.

via Newsarama

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  1. comicfan1974
    January 26, 2013 at 11:03 pm — Reply

    Am I the only one who wishes that the “First Class” film had been a genuine re-boot? I really wish that they were moving away from the original X-men trilogy to begin anew

  2. bob
    January 27, 2013 at 8:14 am — Reply

    Hopefully,with them doing this movie,they can fix the errors that have popped up all over the x movies and 2 spinoffs.Blame corrupted timelines etc on all the mistakes.And vwhen the story is over ,poof we have a real x timeline.It might be in their best interest to make this a 2 or 3 parter though.This story is huge and shouls be played out right.

  3. campaigner
    January 27, 2013 at 3:53 pm — Reply

    One of the few highlights of X-Men: The Last Stand was Kelsey Grammer’s Beast. I would love to see him reprise the role.

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