The creator simply posts a picture of the film's logo along with the time "12:01 AM PST" in order to get fans excited for his Marvel adaptation.
New Mutants is due out in theaters April 13, 2018 - exactly six months from the trailer date. The actress, who plays Magik, told Hey U Guys that New Mutants would be a different kind of X-Men film but a very faithful one all the same. True to the advance word on the film, you won't find any costumes here, nor any familiar X-Men. Since the teaser trailer for New Mutants is arriving on Friday the 13th, it seems like they are leaning pretty heavily into that idea.
Of course, fans know several heroes who will appear in New Mutants.
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Based on the popular comic book that first appeared in 1982, "The New Mutants" tracks a group of younger age mutants who are just discovering their fantastic abilities. As for its villain, New Mutants is said to use the Demon Bear as its antagonist, and the character has been associated with wintery excursions before.
The last two years have seen Fox step out of their comfort zone and embrace a bold, experimental approach to X-Men movies.
The New Mutants is expected to draw inspiration from "The Demon Bear Saga", the influential 1984 Marvel Comics storyline by Chris Claremont and Bill Sienkiewicz in which the teenage students of Charles Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters are isolated by a freak snowstorm, forcing them to overcome their differences to save themselves and their teammate Danielle Moonstar from a demonic bear that killed her parents.