X-Men Dark Phoenix The trailer demonstrated the Phoenix Force overpowering Jean Gray (Sophie Turner), and the Phoenix taking her over and lashing out at the X-Men. The unfortunate casualty who took the brunt of the harm? Persona (Jennifer Lawrence), who assumed a huge job in the first X-Men set of three, played then by Rebecca Romijn.
The last time we saw that rendition of the characters? In X-Men: Days of Future Past, a time-travel spectacle that united the throws of both X-Men establishments.
Toward the finish of that film, however, there was a substitute course of events made by all the time-travel dirty tricks of the story.
In the reformulated course of events, there were various clear changes, including one that would resound through alternate films: Mystique relinquished Erik’s Brotherhood of Mutants and stayed with the X-Men.
While an exemplary good choice, this appears to have finished rather shockingly for Mystique, who presently kicks the bucket battling the Dark Phoenix as opposed to turning into Magneto’s correct hand for quite a long time go come.
Indeed, the passing of Mystique actually implies that the first X-Men set of three won’t play out a similar path in this course of events – yet that was dependably the situation, since Mystique remained with the X-Men as opposed to joining the Brotherhood in this timetable. Her passing does not so much change anything past what fans definitely knew was changed – or if nothing else truly in motion – following Days of Future Past.