X-Men: Days of Future Past has already created a stellar viral campaign with the Trask Industries website detailing the history of the Sentinels are their creator. The marketing has taken it up another notch with its latest campaign titled The Bent Bullet and the conspiracy surrounding President Kennedy’s assassination.
The first trailer has dropped for X-Men: Days of Future Past and while there was plenty of new material to soak in during that, what we didn’t get to see was the new suit that young Magneto will be wearing. Check out Michael Fassbender in his new gear after the jump.
We have seen teasers, behind the scenes pictures, posters and more over the previous months, but the time has come for the first trailer for the Bryan Singer directed X-Men: Days of Future Past! Watch it now!
We showed you a collection of new images from X-Men: Days of Future Past, but the marketing team wasn’t content with just those seven images, so more were released into the wild. Check out Xavier and Magneto, young and old, after the jump.
News from Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past had slowed down considerably over the last few weeks, but if this week is any indication it is about to pick back up again. After the jump are several new images from the film and a few behind the scenes pictures.
Bryan Singer has been repeatedly using Twitter to release images from the set of X-Men: Days of Future Past. Most of these are quite cryptic and open to interpretation, and the most recent one is no different. This pic is simply titled “Artifacts” and begs the question, who is keeping these items and why?
We have Havok’s chest piece, Magneto’s helm, and Angel’s wing that I can easily identify. Is the thing on the far left the coin Magneto had in the first film? Either way, let us know who you think this belongs to in the comments.
A majority of the promotion for Days of Future Past has come in the form of realistic looking Trask Industries material. Trask already has a fully functioning website giving the details of the history of the company and showing off recent tech. Now we can add Trask Sentinel Blueprints to the growing list of viral marketing material.
The viral marketing for Days of Future Past continues on today as the Inhibitor Collar was debuted on the Trask Industries website.
Bryan Singer, director for Days of Future Past, has been fairly consistent with giving fans information and glimpses of the production through his personal Twitter account for months now. He recently took it a step farther by having an in person Q&A session and dropping certain facts about the upcoming film. He also tweeted another behind-the-scenes image.
Trask Industries’s Sentinels have been the focus of much of the marketing for the upcoming Days of Future Past since San Diego Comic Con. Earlier this week we showed you the Trask website with pictures of Sentinels throughout history from which we got a glimpse of the size of these mutant hunters, but director Bryan Singer wants you to know just how large they are.
Bryan Singer, director of the upcoming Days of Future Past, has been releasing pictures from the set and production almost since he was announced on the project. Well, he has continued the trend with his latest picture looking like Mystique is ready to kill.
Studios are constantly looking for new ways to advertise their next big hit and in the case of Days of Future Past Fox and Marvel might have done the best yet. Videos, posters, history and Peter Dinklage right after the jump.