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US Release Date: 5/27/16

If you had stayed for the post credits sequence at the end of X-Men: Days of Future Past, you would have gotten your first glimpse of Apocalypse, the star villain of Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Apocalypse.

storm 6Back then, he was busy building up pyramids telepathically while his many minions looked on.

Fast forward to 1983, and Apocalypse, who has been enjoying a millennia long nap, finds himself in a world filled with cars, noise and pollution.  This universe is just not his thing – so he comes up with a “solution” – exterminate the weak and rebuild for the strong.

Figuring that society is pretty savage – given its fixation with wars, nuclear weapons and money – Apocalypse believes the only way to eliminate that savagery is to wipe out everything and then hit – “re-start.”  Director Bryan Singer, who directed 2000’s first X-Men movie and two more sequels, says this is nothing new for the character.

“Over the millennia, Apocalypse has done this many times with the Babylonians, Arcadians, Sumerians—and he’d been called many gods over many lifetimes.”

It’s Oscar Isaac – probably best known as Starfighter pilot Poe Dameron in Star Wars: The Force Awakens – who has been tasked with playing the character.  Singer insists the character will hit the screen in a massive way, but also says that Isaac’s acting skills breathe life into Apocalypse’s powers of persuasion – something which, he says, allows the character to be all the more real.

Meanwhile, the film’s make up effects were certainly no cakewalk.  The character, which required Isaac to spend an average of an hour and a half in the make-up chair, called for an extensive  forehead piece, chin prosthetic and many other make-up parts.

Then there was the costume, which comprised of twenty components.  Since the movie was shot during a hot and humid summer in Montreal, Canada, the team made sure Isaac remained cool.

“We used a system called Cool Shirt,” says Brian Sipe, a specialty make-up designer.  “It’s a cooling system similar to what race car drivers use.  Oscar was plugged into ice water whenever he wasn’t filming to maintain a comfortable temperature.”

As for Apocalypse’s Four Ancient Horseman – inspired by the bible’s Four Horseman of the Apocalypse, creatures tasked to unleash a divine destruction on the world, the team created the look of Death – a character who appears almost mummified.  Pestilence, meanwhile, is a Horseman who sports grayish eyes and many facial scars.

“Pestilence was a very intimidating but beautiful character, a soothing character to look at, but he’s going to kill you right after,” laughs Adrien Morot, head of the special effects make up department.

In 1983, however, Apocalypse has four brand new Horsemen – Magneto (Michael Fassbinder), Psylocke (Olivia Munn) Angel (Ben Hardy) and Storm (Alexandra Shipp) – minion mutants who are essentially society’s outcasts.

For Magneto, times are good.  He’s living a quiet life in Poland with his wife and young daughter, but a tragic event prompts him to jump into Apocalypse’s corner.

Psylocke, meanwhile is a powerful telepath and trained Ninja assassin, while Storm possesses the ability to fly and can control the wind.

Then there’s Angel – initially a leading champ within Berlin’s world of underground cage fighting – whose wings shoot deadly razor projectiles.

With a feast of mayhem being inflicted by Apocalypse and his Horsemen, Singer says this latest adventure is even grander than his previous X-Men: Days of Future Past.

“{That movie} involved time travel, some robots, but mostly a lot of heists.  This one is global destruction, godlike characters…a much bigger film.  But we never lose the heart and the characters – we cling to those because they are very important.  But there will definitely be a lot more spectacle this time around.”

 

Studio: Twentieth Century Fox

Director: Bryan Singer

Stars: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbinder, Jennifer Lawrence, Oscar Isaac, Nicholas Hoult, Rose Byrne, Tye Sheridan, Sophie Turner, Olivia Munn, Lucas Till, Evan Peters, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Alexandria Shipp and Ben Hardy

Screenwriters: Simon Kinberg

Producers: Bryan Singer and Simon Kinberg, Hutch Parker and Lauren Schuler Donner

Executive Producers: Stan Lee, Todd Hallowell and Josh McLagen

Image Info: Alexandra Shipp as Storm.  TM and © 2015 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved

Source Info: Information in this article, including quotes, is sourced from press material pertaining to X-Men: Apocalypse.  © 2016 Twentieth Century Fox. All Rights Reserved

Posted: 5/25/16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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