Peter Dinklage Is On A Plane And Professor X Is A Dirty Hippie In ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’

Bryan Singer has been tweeting several pictures of castmembers in X-Men: Days of Future Past such as the picture above of Peter Dinklage. He’s starring as “the main antagonist” who hasn’t been named yet but we have our theories. We referenced these tweets when we posted some extra casual pictures of Hugh Jackman on set of X-Men: Days Of Future Past, but we haven’t collected these tweeted photos in one place. It’s time to rectify that.

Part of the storyline takes place in 1973, so of course Professor X is rocking the hippie look, as if his pick-up lines about “very groovy mutations” in First Class weren’t giving us enough douche-chills. I’m so ready to side with Magneto again, and not just because of Michael Fassbender and Ian McKellen. (Well, a little bit because of Michael Fassbender and Ian McKellen. I’m only human.)

All of these photos were tweeted by director Bryan Singer, and we’ll add the original links under each photo along with his commentary when relevant.

“Welcome to 1973.” — @BryanSinger

“#Serpico” — @BryanSinger

“Hello, Kitty” — @BryanSinger

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