X-Men: Apocalypse is spending some time shooting in Cairo (or whatsoever stands in for Cairo), is not only the place the spot that the big bad Apocalypse is located, but where Surprise herself was raised. Manager Bryan Singer previously taunted Storm’s origin narrative in a recent fixed photo, and the most recent update from established reiterates that idea with a picture of Storm looking out at a storm over Cairo.
Singer posted the next photo to the Instagram page, teasing the usage of real-time simulcam, which allows the representative to combine filmed pictures — here, the real-time opportunity of Alexandra Shipp looking back more than her shoulder along with the shot of the surprise clouds over the pyramids.
#Storm timepieces over #1983 #Cairo via the miracle of real time #simulcam @alexandrashipppp
That’s pretty close to the completed picture, and it looks really great.
Oscar Isaac talked up Apocalypse a lttle bit at Comic-Con revealing which his “followers” (aka some Horsemen) are Storm, Magneto, Psylocke and Angel / Archangel. That places Storm in a very diverse position than we’regarding used to seeing, seeing that she’s long been a new protagonist in the X-Men movies. It’s unclear if we’ll see her switch sides by the end of X-Men: Apocalypse, but I’m planning to go ahead and assume that Singer wouldn’t keep Surprise on the wrong side for too long.
X-Men: Apocalypse hits movie theaters on May 27, 2016.
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