When it was announced that Bryan Singer had been brought back on board to direct the new X-Men movie sequel, which has been titled X-Men: Days of Future Past, there were a lot of very excited fans, as Bryan was the man responsible for the first two X-Men movies. However, a lot of people had their reservations once it was announced what Bryan wanted to do with the film.
It was revealed that Bryan Singer had the huge ambition of taking a whole host of the characters from the original X-Men movies and blend them with a number of the new X-Men cast, hence why the title of the movie is X-Men: Days of Future Past. While it looked like Bryan and the team had managed to pull this off, it now seems that those concerns have been proven right.
It has now been confirmed that X-Men: Days of Future Past has had to push back its release date due to some issues with the movie. While we were hoping to get X-Men: Days of Future Past on May 23, it has now had to be pushed back several weeks and will now hit the big screen on August 8, which will now see it going up against Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
While there has been no official explanation for why the movie has had to be pushed back, the general consensus seems to be that there are a few continuity issues with the story line of the film, which is fairly understandable given how ambitious it is. There will now have to be a re-edit of the final movie, as well as some possible re-shoots, which is why X-Men: Days of Future Past has been pushed back.
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