Marvel’s New Mutants – Trailer Talk
New Mutants (Trailer 2) – Trailer Talk
After Marvels ‘New Mutants’ was delayed and pushed back to 2018, everything went quiet, news-wise. That is until now, when an announcement 3 days was made that a new trailer would be released on the 6th January.
‘New Mutants’ is an adaptation of the Marvel Comics series. Five mutants are taken to a secret facility against their will and told that they’re there to be treated. However, they soon realize that they’re, in fact, in danger and must fight their way out.
Any worries about the long delay ruining the film have been blown away. The film reflects the same tone and atmosphere as ‘Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors’ and I am grateful for that, especially since that’s the strongest entry in the ‘Elm Street’ franchise in my opinion.
The cast (Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Antonio Banderas and Charlie Heaton) are still fantastic, and I look forward to seeing them together on-screen. After worrying about whether the delays will ruin the film, I realize I had nothing to worry about: This looks to be a fun and spooky film from Josh Boone, the director of ‘The Fault in Our Stars’.
The film will be in cinemas 3rd April 2020.
The New Mutants is a group of fictional teenaged mutant superheroes-in-training appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. They have been the main characters of three successive comic book series, which were spin-offs of the X-Men franchise.
The first team of New Mutants characters was created by Chris Claremont and artist Bob McLeod. They first appeared in The New Mutants (September 1982), part of the line Marvel Graphic Novel, and are subsequently featured in their own title from 1983 until 1991. Like its parent title, The New Mutants highlighted interpersonal and group conflict as well as action and adventure, and featured a large ensemble cast. With the end of the first series, the characters were relaunched as X-Force in a new, eponymous series.
The second New Mutants series, launched in 2003, featured a new group of teenage mutants. Unlike the original New Mutants, they were part of a huge cast of students at the Xavier Institute. In 2004, it was relaunched as New X-Men: Academy X, after which the central group was formally dubbed the “New Mutants.” In the aftermath of the “M-Day” crossover storyline in late 2005, the remaining students were merged into one junior team, the New X-Men.
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