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Bryan Singer Reveals Sentinel's Height in 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Pic

August 02, 2013 08:28:32 GMT

The latest photo taken by Singer features him standing next to giant-sized Sentinel on the set of the latest 'X-Men' installment.


Bryan Singer Reveals Sentinel's Height in 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Pic
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The real-life Sentinel spotted on the filming location of "X-Men: Days of Future Past", as it turns out, is just as big as what is stated on the Trask Industries viral website. Listed as 18 ft tall, the mutant-hunting robot strikes an imposing figure in a new set photo unveiled by Bryan Singer, who can be seen looking so small as he stands next to the giant Sentinel.

Lately, Sentinel has been important part of the marketing campaign for the next "X-Men" film, due out May 2014. Earlier this week, the creation of Bolivar Trask, to be played by "Game of Thrones" actor Peter Dinklage, was featured in a viral video which serves as means to celebrate 50 years of the Sentinel program and to boast how influential its existence in human's life is.

From 20th Century Fox, "Days of Future Past" is supported by some returning actors including Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Jennifer Lawrence, Ellen Page, Patrick Stewart and Lucas Till, who surprisingly will reprise his role as Havok.

In an interview with I Am Rogue, Till admits he did not expect to be invited back to the latest "X-Men" chapter. "A lot of the people from 'First Class' didn't make it into the next one. I'm fortunate to be a part of it again. I'm real fortunate, I don't know what I'd do if I wasn't in it. I live for these movies. It's a cool thing," he reveals.

Of his character, he says that "he is never on the good side" and "ambiguity is his thing." He explains, "But he's never really been a bad guy. Or he has been but it was sort of Machiavellian, it was a ploy to get on the bad side and undermine them. I think Havok always has a good heart."

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