According to Movie Pilot on March 13, "X-Men: Days of Future Past's" director Bryan Singer discusses the paradox between the old and young Magneto's moral turpitude should they encounter each other in the film. The question lies on whether or not if this would be the influential portion of Magneto's future attitude towards humanity.
Singer had mentioned in this movie, in comparison with other "X-Men" films, that he'll be incorporating a science fiction aspect to it and since it'll be involving multiple universes, it will entail Singer to utilize a larger canvas in which to demonstrate his artistic ability when utilizing a sizable cast of celebrities in this film. Also, he will be making use of newer technologies in this movie as well.
In addition, Singer talks about how when Ian McKellen and Michael Fassbender when it comes to their evolution of their relationship, especially where it's coming from (the past) to where it is going (the future).
James McAvoy talks about how Charles Xavier will be going through some heavy stuff and also will be passing through the crucible in this film. Charles has some might big challenges ahead.
There is a lot of excitement among the fans for "X-Men: Days of Future Past" and is scheduled to be released in July 2014.