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Bryan Singer leaks X-Men: Apocalypse script

The X-Men prequel trilogy's director and producer teases fans with a glimpse of the script for the third mutant film instalment

By Andrea Tim | Published: 2 Jul 2014

X-Men script leak
Photo: bryanjaysinger/Instagram

(Spoiler alert!)

Bryan Singer has just created an Instagram account, all to give us film-freaks an exasperatingly tiny sneak peek at the script of X-Men: Apocalypse.

The film treatment reveals scarce details about the film's prologue. All we can tell is that the scene is set at the Nile, where some sort of a battle is underway, and we know that the Four Horsemen (seen from far as hooded figures in the after credits of X-Men: Days of Future Past) are in this as well, supposedly controlled by the supervillain mutant, Apocalypse.

The after credits had us assuming that it was of Apocalypse in his earlier days, so we can only assume (if not also hope) that this battle of thousands mentioned in the script refers to one in ancient past. The curiosity is killing us and we've to wait till mid-2016 before X-Men: Apocalypse hits cinemas worldwide. Thanks a lot, Bryan.


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