The presence of a Sentinel head seemingly confirms the arrival of the film at the pop culture convention and Peter Dinklage's role as Bolivar Trask.
One particular Comic-Con booth on the streets of San Diego has stolen attention as it displays a head of a Sentinel and posters that feature the robot. In one of the posters (via IGN), there is a message that reads, "Fighting The Mutant Threat - Brought to You by Trask Industries," and a website for the company written underneath.
Though 20th Century Fox still won't confirm whether it will take "X-Men: Days of Future Past" to the convention, the presence of the booth itself seems to already answer the question. Another note-worthy thing is that it likely confirms there will really be appearances from the mutant-hunting robots and, of course, Bolivar Trask in the Bryan Singer film.
Words say that Peter Dinklage has been on board to portray Bolivar Trask, the creator of Sentinels. Fox probably will reveal or even confirm Dinklage's role in the movie during its presentation on Saturday, July 20.
Director Singer previously surprised fans with an image of Lucas Till that turns out to have received invitation to reprise his role as Havok in the latest "X-Men" movie. " 'Mankind must put an end to war before war puts an end to mankind.' - JFK," he captioned the pic.
To be released in May 2014, "X-Men: Days of Future Past" also stars Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry.