New X-Men: Days Of Future Past Set Photo Reveals Cerebro's Construction
"Well, it certainly is a big, round room."
That was the memorable line from Hugh Jackman's Wolverine as he first entered the brilliant device known as Cerebro in the first X-Men movie. The invention has had an incredible impact on the series, from it being used to track a runaway Rouge in the first movie (which led to disastrous results) to being replicated and used for evil by William Stryker in X2, to being used to find all the budding mutants in X-Men: First Class. Cerebro has long been a very important part of the long-running franchise, and that will continue in next year's X-Men: Days of Future Past.
The superhero film is still in the pre-production and set building phase, and the latest Twitter picture from director Bryan Singer shows that he and his crew are hard at work building a brand new Cerebro. Check it out below!
The image doesn't come with a witty message, simply saying, "Back to work. #XMen #DaysofFuturePast," but the shot is a nice companion piece with his earlier Tweet featuring the halls of the lower levels of the Xavier School. Hopefully as the work continues the director will keep posting images and we'll be able to get an early sneak peek of the finished set.
X-Men: Days of Future Past will be starting production in the next few months and will be in theaters on July 18, 2014. For all of the latest updates, head over to our Blend Film Database.
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