8 things we learned about Days of Future Past from Bryan Singer's Twitter Q&A

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Oct 28, 2013

Before we get the very first X-Men: Days of Future Past trailer, we get a little quality social media time with director Bryan Singer.

The trailer for the much-anticipated new X-flick drops tomorrow, but ahead of that key piece of marketing the film's mastermind -- who brought the X-Men to the screen in the early days with 2000's X-Men and 2003's X2 -- took to Twitter to host a 30-minute question-and-answer session with fans. Not surprisingly, Singer wasn't dropping any spoilers about the film, but he did manage to reveal a few interesting tidbits that made the time spent very worthwhile. You can browse Singer's full session over on his Twitter page, but here are the items we found most amusing.

Describing the funniest moment on the set:

Describing how Mystique has evolved since X-Men: First Class

Describing how the tone is different from other X-Films: 

On which X-Men he'd still like to put in a movie he directs:

Describing how the partially 1970s-set film relates to 1970s cinema:

On what to expect from the first trailer:

On which cast member is the biggest practical joker:

On whether he's ever dared attempt Hugh Jackman's infamous Wolverine workout:

For more X-Men awesomeness, stay tuned to Blastr tomorrow, because we'll definitely be talking about the Days of Future Past trailer debut.

(Via Bryan Singer)

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