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A space ship blasts off after a countdown. It rockets into space. The footage is dated. In a control room, a woman stands above people who are watching. A man picks something up on his radar. Then another. They report their findings to the woman. The astronauts call a problem to Houston.
Proessor X and Beast are watching from the X-Mansion. Hank insists they can't get involved with this because they're not built to fly.
The President gives Charles a call from a phone designated with a "X" from his Oval Office.
Mystique leads Nightcrawler, Beast, Quicksilver, Cyclops, and Jean on the mission. Jean is reluctant, asking Mystique if she is okay with it. Mystique insists that if anything goes wrong, she'll turn them around.
The basketball court at the mansion splits, allowing the jet to rise up, unfold its wings, and take off.
News outlets report the second ship heading towards the space shuttle. Charles rides into Cerebro. He asks for information from NASA. He learns the team lost control, orientation, and communication. He assures her: "Help is on the way."
The jet races into the sky. Scott tries to calm Jean with a hand on her shoulder. The jet reaches space and gets ice on its glass as it slows. They approach a golden, glowing entity near the atmosphere, seeing the space shuttle doing donuts in air. Beast explains that the cabin won't hold for long. Nightcrawler can't see in a window to get inside.
Scott goes below deck to blast the shuttles engine to stop its spin. Kurt, seeing inside now, takes Peter and heads in. Storm seals the cracks. It's all under Mystique's orders. Peter grabs all of the astronauts and brings them to Kurt. On the jet, the astronaut declares their commander is still on the shuttle.
Charles orders them to get the commander and asks Jean to hold the ship together. She can only do it from inside. Quicksilver creates a space suit for Nightcrawler. Jean keeps air near herself. They have transported to the ship. The golden entity is approaching. Nightcrawler finds the commander as Jean holds it together. He tries to get Jean back but the golden flares consume her.
Scott is furious when he sees Jean did not get back to the ship with them. Jean absorbs the other half of the force which was headed towards her friends. She screams in pain. Charles sees it. A massive flash erupts and Jean is left floating through space as the last rays of the force enter through various parts of her body. The X-Men look on, stunned. Nightcrawler teleports out to rescue her and brings her back. Scott, shocked, is the first to look at her. She opens her eyes, revealing a slight gold glow which fades quickly. "Is everybody okay?" she asks.
Scott tells her everyone is good and she is now ready to go home. The X-Men head back to Earth, being greeted by dozens of fans, holding signs reading, "X-Men 4 Ever" and offering tons of applause. Kids have Mystique dolls. There are fans everywhere. Jean takes it in before getting more applause upon arrival at the X-Mansion.
Charles relays the President's regards, encourages everyone to enjoy themselves, and cancels class for the day. The kids hustle away before Charles asks Jean how she is feeling. She's fine but Mystique insists, "She should be dead."
"They're not kids anymore, Raven," Charles tells her. She, however, questions the risks he has them taking. "It's all just a means to an end," Charles said. "We're one bad day away from them seeing us as the enemies again." Raven hates their conforming and uniforms but Charles calls it "a small price to pay."
Raven closes the conversation by saying, "And by the way, the women are always saving the men around here. You might want to consider changing the name to X-Women
Una nave espacial despega después de una cuenta atrás. Se lanza al espacio. Las imágenes están fechadas. En una sala de control, una mujer está por encima de las personas que están mirando. Un hombre recoge algo en su radar. Luego otro. Ellos reportan sus hallazgos a la mujer. Los astronautas llaman a un problema a Houston.
Proessor X y Beast están observando desde la X-Mansion. Hank insiste en que no pueden involucrarse con esto porque no están diseñados para volar.
El Presidente le da a Charles una llamada desde un teléfono designado con una "X" de su Oficina Oval.
Mystique lidera a Nightcrawler, Beast, Quicksilver, Cyclops y Jean en la misión. Jean se muestra renuente y le pregunta a Mystique si está de acuerdo con eso. Mystique insiste en que si algo sale mal, ella les dará la vuelta.
La cancha de baloncesto en la mansión se divide, permitiendo que el avión se levante, despliegue sus alas y despegue.
Los informativos informan que el segundo barco se dirige hacia el transbordador espacial. Carlos monta en Cerebro. Él pide información a la NASA. Aprende que el equipo perdió el control, la orientación y la comunicación. Él le asegura: "La ayuda está en camino".
El jet corre hacia el cielo. Scott intenta calmar a Jean con una mano en su hombro. El chorro alcanza el espacio y obtiene hielo en su vaso a medida que disminuye la velocidad. Se acercan a una entidad dorada y brillante cerca de la atmósfera, viendo al transbordador espacial haciendo donas en el aire. Bestia explica que la cabina no durará mucho. Nightcrawler no puede ver en una ventana para entrar.
Scott va por debajo de la cubierta para disparar el motor de las lanzaderas para detener su giro. Kurt, viendo dentro, toma a Peter y se dirige. Tormenta sella las grietas. Todo está bajo las órdenes de Mystique. Peter agarra a todos los astronautas y los lleva a Kurt. En el avión, el astronauta declara que su comandante todavía está en la lanzadera.
Charles les ordena que consigan al comandante y le pide a Jean que mantenga el barco unido. Solo puede hacerlo desde dentro. Quicksilver crea un traje espacial para Nightcrawler. Jean mantiene el aire cerca de ella. Han transportado a la nave. La entidad dorada se acerca. Nightcrawler encuentra al comandante mientras Jean lo mantiene unido. Intenta recuperar a Jean, pero las llamas doradas la consumen.
Scott está furioso cuando ve que Jean no regresó a la nave con ellos. Jean absorbe la otra mitad de la fuerza que se dirigía hacia sus amigos. Ella grita de dolor. Charles lo ve. Un estallido masivo estalla y Jean se queda flotando en el espacio cuando los últimos rayos de la fuerza entran a través de varias partes de su cuerpo. Los X-Men miran, aturdidos. Nightcrawler se teletransporta para rescatarla y la trae de vuelta. Scott, sorprendido, es el primero en mirarla. Ella abre los ojos, revelando un ligero brillo dorado que se desvanece rápidamente. "¿Están todos bien?" ella pregunta.
Scott le dice que todos son buenos y que ahora está lista para irse a casa. Los X-Men regresan a la Tierra, son recibidos por docenas de fanáticos, tienen carteles que dicen "X-Men 4 Ever" y ofrecen un montón de aplausos. Los niños tienen muñecas Mystique. Hay fans por todas partes. Jean lo recibe antes de recibir más aplausos al llegar a X-Mansion.
Charles transmite los saludos del presidente, anima a todos a divertirse y cancela la clase por el día. Los niños se alejan antes de que Charles le pregunte a Jean cómo se siente ella. Está bien, pero Mystique insiste: "Debería estar muerta".
"Ya no son niños, Raven", le dice Charles. Ella, sin embargo, cuestiona los riesgos que él toma. "Todo es solo un medio para un fin", dijo Charles. "Estamos a un mal día lejos de que nos vean como enemigos de nuevo". Raven odia sus uniformes y uniformes, pero Charles lo llama "un pequeño precio a pagar".
Raven cierra la conversación diciendo: "Y, por cierto, las mujeres siempre están salvando a los hombres por aquí. Es posible que desee considerar cambiar el nombre a X-Women.
When did Sophie Turner find out this would be the Phoenix story?
"I was told about six months before we started shooting the movie," Turner explains. "Luckily, he gave me enough time to prepare...Fans are so in love with this story line and I really think that we did it justice."
"That's part of what makes these movies so resonant in general," "They deal so directly with alienation and prejudice and issues that certainly seem inescapable in the news these days. It's no accident that Simon wanted to tell this story and has empowered the female characters in this story in the ways that he has. That's not to say politcally. It's just a natural cultural instinct."
How was the experience different with Kinberg directing?
"He's definitely much more engaged and focused all around," Tye Sheridan said. "A lot of times, this story is so grounded in drama that that's what it's about. It's so innate in the script and in the writing. For us, it was nice to have someone guiding us and leading us. It's a big movie. You need someone who can really hone in on a vision and a detail."
How did Sophie Turner prepare for this?
"I prepared with a lot of cosmic rays," Turner joked. "I used to stand by the microwave and let them flow into me, feel that power, and I'd go scream at my mum for a while. 'Sorry, Dark Phoenix!'"
More seriously, she explained the back and forth work to prepare. She studied schitsophrenia and multiple personality disorder. For two days, she listened to a YouTube channel revealing what sounds like to be schizophrenic. "I got nothing done," she said. "Before we even started the movie, we had two weeks of just rehearsals for hours and hours and hour a day."
Which cast member was particularly excited and engaged?
"In these big movies, you get the least rehearsal time," Kinberg said. "I would say the person I might have collaborated with in a similar way was Jessica Chastain." This was Chastain's first movie of the type. "She had a lot of thoughts and we crafted the look together, her voicing, and even the way that we approached her character. She's many things in this movie in the roles her character plays but she is ultimately the villain of the film.
Why is now the time for a Phoenix story?
Dark Phoenix director Simon Kinberg and producer Hutch Parker took the stage. "The climate for these kinds of movies allows for the drama, the intensity, the character-driven nature of what a Dark Phoenix story needs to be," Kinberg said. "We felt like after the last X-Men that we made, Apocalyps,...the Dark Phoenix story is this intimate story about a central character in Jean who starts to lose control. That's all it is, really. It happens to manifest as super powers in huge destructive ways...It fractures this family around her as she, herself, is fracturing."
How is this movie different? Is anything similar?
"I don't know that I would liken it to any other movie," Parker said. "I guess, it'd be a weird mix between a family drama and, to some degree, a science fiction story. You've got elements of both. As you point out, it's very clear to us, the underlying material to all the X-Men universe is pretty incredible...With that, you feel an obligation to try to reach deeper into the material and as Simon alluded to, there's a lot of great work being done in this arena and the table felt like it had been well set to do what Simon has long wanted to do, which is to do a deep dive on Dark Phoenix."
Did Apocalypse pave the way?
"They like when we zig after we've zagged," Kinberg said. "Logan helped pave the way, actually...What Marvel Studios has done, in terms of making these movies extraterrestrial, taking them into space...allowed for us to tell the Dark Phoenix story, not just in the dramatic grounded ways that Logan does, but to also go to outer space, to also have alien characters.. He calls the film "cosmic" for lack of a better description. "It is a larger canvas than something like Logan.
I emailed her when I got the role and said ‘I loved your work so much and you played Jean in such a heartbreaking and beautiful way and I wanted to emulate that and put my own spin on it. Is there any advice you can give, anything I should read or watch that you did?’ And she wrote back and said ‘I’m handing the baton to you, do with the role what you want this is a new thing for you.’ That was a big honor.
And then I met her at a party and ran up to her, hugged her and said “FAMKE!” She’s really sweet and supportive.
Did you do your research?
I probably watched the movies like 100 times. I was gifted one of the original Dark Phoenixcomics from a friend so I read that. I did my research, but, one thing Simon wanted to really emphasize, especially with Dark Phoenix and all the other material in terms of the movies, this is a whole new kind of movie. Don’t rewatch the movies, this is a completely different take on Dark Phoenix because of the mood. A completely different take on an X-Men movie.
Did you know the next film would be Dark Phoenix when filming Apocalypse?
She “Phoenixed” out a bit in Apocalypse , but it was my first movie and I didn’t think the next one would be about Dark Phoenix. [I thought] maybe way down the line they’ll do it. It was only about six months before we started shooting Dark Phoenix that Simon sat me down and told me.
They tried to do Dark Phoenix before and Simon wrote that script, is there extra pressure to take this on?
Yes a lot of pressure. I knew Simon was taking me out to lunch and he sits me down and tells me it’s Dark Phoenix and I’m like “fuuuuck.” I know it's one of the most loved stories of the X-men universe and for Simon to trust me enough with this responsibility is a big honor. And I want to do the fans of the original story justice, and of course there’s a lot of pressure especially having been done before. Simon would tell you that it was a B-plot of the movie and he felt it had to be the main plot of the movie.
It opens in 1992 and the X-Men are beloved. Where is Jean in the opening of the movie?
Jean is a teacher at Xavier’s School for the Gifted and Scott and I are in a steady, very loving relationship. Charles and I? You saw that connection in the last movie, he’s tapped into her power. And she’s in a very secure place in her life which is why everything goes haywire when this cosmic force arises.
It opens with the X-Men going to space, what was that like?
That was fun. It’s something we haven't done in the X-Men universe before. It pushes the boundaries, it raises the stakes and it’s really cool to take it a completely different direction because all of the X-Men movies are on the ground or a villain starts ****. It’s very intense and exciting.
What's it like working with Jessica Chastain?
It’s unbelievable to work with Jessica. She’s not one of the best actresses, she’s one of the coolest people. And she became a sort of mentor for me on set, and that’s funny because that’s what she is to Jean. So it parallels back. In this movie she’s different from anything you’ve seen, she’s the villain but not gimmicky and she’s very subtle. She’s haunting in this and I would be convinced to go anywhere with her.
She says when it looks like the women are always saving the men you should think about changing the latex. This is the thing about the X-Men movies. Some superhero movies can be farfetched, in these movies they deal with a lot of issues.
This movie is very different to any of the X-men movies. You have Logan which is a Western drama, Deadpool is a comedy. Dark Phoenix is more like a family drama, and is much more character-driven, emotional. Take away the superhero, fantastical parts of it and it’ll hold up as a very good movie. If you take the fantastical parts out of prior movies, you’ll only get half an hour of material.
What was like it filming the scene with Magneto on Genosha.
Very intimidating because he’s [Michael Fassbender] one of my favorite actors of all-time. It's kind of a rollercoaster of a scene because you shift from one personality to the next to the next. Simon and I wrote down a Phoenix scale and this scene was jumping from one to five so it wasn’t too difficult.
You just have to think about mental illness, that you’re trying to hide something that is trying to punch its way out. It’s going to show itself and a lot of people can relate to that. And when she lets go with what we call Dark Phoenix, it’s a release for her. She finally stops and lets go and is euphoric and she becomes what this cosmic force wants her to be.
What is the dynamic between Scott and Jean during all this?
At the center of this movie is the relationship between Scott and Jean. There’s a theme throughout this movie of Jean feeling abandoned, and Scott is this one person who sticks by her while everything falls apart. It’s a brilliant, heartbreaking story for Scott but one his storyline deserved. In the movies he didn’t have this leading role, and this time Tye [Sheridan] steps up. It’s an amazing storyline for Scott and fans of Cyclops will be very happy about that. They are a full-functional relationship who can get married whenever they wanted to but it just starts to go out of line.
Would you be down to be in the MCU?
I don’t know. I feel the complexities of the X-men being shunned by society and segregated is not something that happens in the Avengers universe. Of course, I want to see them crossover but I don't think the themes through X-men will collaborate well with the Avengers. It’ll be very different. If they do it, I’d love to see how it turns out.
“I’m sorry for X-Men 3,” said Kinberg, who co-wrote the earlier film. “We tried to tell the Dark Phoenix story and we didn’t do it properly. So, with this Dark Phoenix story there is no ‘cure’ plot, there is no other plot. It is the Dark Phoenix story, as told in comics, as told in the cartoons. Sophie is the center of the film, that’s why she’s the one person that’s in the teaser poster. The entire movie revolves around her. It’s a movie that goes into space and is cosmic, very much inspired actually by what [Taika] did with Thor — even though the tone is totally different — but just the ability to make a character movie that still feels grounded, and fun, but is in whole other universes. Jessica Chastain’s character plays an alien, and that’s all I can tell you about that. But, yeah, it’s the Dark Phoenix story and if you’ve read that comic I think you’re going to like the movie a lot.”