7 New Clips From X-Men: First Class

By: 05.26.11  •  4 Comments

Even though Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class has a running time of over two hours (140 “are you freaking kidding me?” minutes, to be exact), you could probably mash together all the clips, ads, pictures, and b-roll released so far and see most of the movie for free at this point.  To that end, there are seven more clips below, arranged helpfully in chronological order (probably) so you can get your free movie Frankenstein freak on.

These clips give a good first look at Riptide using his power and of Sebastian Shaw and Emma Frost actually talking rather than just standing around in fancy outfits looking arrogant.  Some of the videos below (especially the second-to-last one) may give away pretty big plot points.  I know, totally shocking that they’d give away major plot points when they’ve been so secretive up till now.  Why, we’ve barely even heard of this movie before today . . .

[Sources: CBM (1, 2), SuperheroHype]

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