According to the Latin Post on Dec. 24, sources state that the "The Hunger Games" actress Jennifer Lawrence is attempting to back out of the "X-Men" movie franchise. Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult, who plays The Beast, had been caught off guard by Bryan Singer's announcement of the next sequel "X-Men: Apocalypse".
Also, a source also revealed that both actors didn't have anything positive to say about being obligated to the franchise. That they felt like "prisoners of the X-Men movies and the director, Bryan Singer".
Singer had been keeping fans up-to-date with recent Twitter posts from the set and the future of the "X-Men" franchise.
For those not familiar with these two actors, they had appeared in "X-Men: First Class" where they had their first encounter and made a love connection of sorts. Apparently, The Beast and Mystique both were in a debate about curing their own mutations while Magneto was attempting to have her accept her true nature.
Now, there appears to be an awkward inconvenience with the celebrities as they would have to shuffle their schedule around to accommodate a June shoot. Also, Lawrence appears to be loosing big money opportunities by being under said contractual obligation to Singer's "X-Men" franchise.
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" is scheduled to be released on May 23, 2014.