X-Men: Days of Future Past (4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray)

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Bryan Singer directs this blockbuster superhero sequel based on the characters from the Marvel comic strip. With a storyline that alternates between the past and present, the film acts as a direct sequel to three separate films, 'X-Men: The Last Stand' (2006), 'X-Men: First Class' (2011) and 'The Wolverine' (2013). When the survivors of the battle in 'X-Men: The Last Stand', led by Magneto (Ian McKellen), Professor X (Patrick Stewart) and Storm (Halle Berry), discover that total annihilation now awaits humans and mutants alike, they send the ageless Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) back in time to try and change the course of events. In the past, Wolverine must team up with the younger incarnations of the X-Men seen in 'X-Men: First Class', Charles Xavier (James McAvoy), Magneto (Michael Fassbender) and Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), to avert disaster. Will he succeed?

Product Details

Movies & TV
11 Apr 2016
Ultra HD Blu-ray
Marvel Universe
Region B
English SDH
Sound Format
7.1 DTS MA
Sound Format 2
5.1 Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio
20th Century Fox
  • Interactive Menus
  • Commentary: Bryan Singer, Simon Kinberg
  • Other Documentary: 'Double Take: Xavier and Magneto', 'Sentinels: For a Secure Future', 'Z-Men: Reunited'
126 min
Age Restriction
10-12 PGLV
Supply Source


X-Men: Days of Future Past
Release Year
Running Time
131 min
Working Title
X-Men: First Class 2
Alternate Title
X-Men: Days of Future Past 3D
Action/Adventure / Action / Assassination / Assassins / Fantasy / Future/Futuristic Worlds / Injustice / Mutants / Robots / Robots/Cyborgs / Science-Fiction / Superheroes / Time Travel
US Box Office
$199.0 million
Official Website
Rotten Tomatoes®
In order to prevent a grim future in which mutants and their human sympathizers are systematically hunted and killed by towering, unstoppable robots called Sentinels, Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) travels back in time to change the course of history in this sequel that finds X-MEN and X2: X-MEN UNITED director Bryan Singer returning to the helm.
The film opens in a dark and desolate future that was set in motion in 1973, when brilliant scientist Dr. Bolivar Trask (Peter Dinklage) created a series of giant robots called Sentinels for the sole purpose of wiping out mutants, whom he claimed were a direct threat to the human race. Although initially programmed solely to target mutants, the Sentinels soon began eradicating humans who possessed the DNA to breed mutants, and eventually, any mortal mutant sympathizers. Desperate, Prof. Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and Magneto (Ian McKellen) devise a plan to have Kitty Pryde (Ellen Page) send Wolverine back to the year when Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) assassinated Trask -- it turns out that Mystique inadvertently accelerated the Sentinel program when she was subsequently captured by Sgt. William Stryker (Josh Helman), who succeeded at harvesting her DNA to make the robots more powerful than ever before.
Upon arriving in the past, Wolverine quickly seeks out a much younger Charles Xavier (James McAvoy), as well as Beast (Nicholas Hoult) and Quicksilver (Evan Peters), and together they help break a young Magneto (Michael Fassbender) out of a heavily fortified prison cell hundreds of feet beneath the Pentagon. Meanwhile, with the help of Havok, Ink, Toad, and Spike, Mystique is already moving in for the kill. Although Wolverine, Beast, Charles, and Magneto manage to thwart the assassination, Charles and Magneto once again find themselves at odds after the latter attempts to alter the plan at the last moment, creating a mass panic during a post-Vietnam War peace summit in Paris. And Dr. Trask, still fuming from having had the Sentinel program rejected by Congress, takes his proposal directly to President Nixon (Mark Camacho), laying the groundwork for an even darker future than the one Wolverine was sent back to prevent.
Poster for X-Men: Days of Future Past
Cast & Crew
Bryan Singer
Jennifer Lawrence / Ian McKellen / Michael Fassbender / Hugh Jackman / James McAvoy / Patrick Stewart
Vladimir Aksenov / Andreas Apergis / Shawn Ashmore / Jude Beny / Halle Berry / Brianna Bone / Mark Camacho / Massimo Cannistraro / Adan Canto / Julian Casey / Jimmy Chan / Chris Claremont / Matt Cooke / Jean-Sebastien Cote / Robert Crooks / Daniel Cudmore / Sean Curley / Alain Dahan / Jason Deline / Peter Dinklage / Mike Dopud / Bingbing Fan / Alexander Felici / Susanna Fournier / Angela Galuppo / Kyle Gatehouse / Jan Gerste / Zabryna Guevara / Josh Helman / Gregory Hlady / Arthur Holden / Nicholas Hoult / Alex Ivanovici / Moe Jeudy-Lamour / Evan Jonigkeit / Stephane Julien / Jason Koehler / Pierre LeBlanc / Michael Lerner / Zehra Leverman / Greg Lowe / Robert Montcalm / John Moore / Neil Napier / Ellen Page / Francois Paquette / Anna Paquin / Andrew Peplowski / Evan Peters / Tim Post / Darryl Scheelar / Miya Shelton-Contreras / Kiana Chang Sigel / Milo Chang Sigel / Jaa Smith-Johnson / Harry Standjofski / Boo Boo Stewart / Omar Sy / Thai-Hoa Le / Dan Quoc Thinh / Lucas Till / Patricia Tougas / Johnny Tran / Taris Tyler / Karine Vanasse / Lee Villeneuve / Lenn Wein
Simon Kinberg
Kristopher Gee / John Ottman
Special Effects
Tim Phoenix
Director of Photography
Newton Thomas Sigel
Jane Goldman / Simon Kinberg / Matthew Vaughn
Assistant Director
Josh McLaglen / Andrew M. Robinson
Craig Berkey / Warren Hendriks
Sound Re-Recording
Ron Bartlett
Stunt Coordinator
Jeff Habberstad / Michael Scherer
Set Decorator
Gordon Sim
Post-Production Supervisor
Christopher Dowell
Visual Effects Designer
Julien Lasbleiz / Ben Record / Swain Shiv / Guillaume Thimus / Andrew Wood
Production Manager/UPM
Daniel Auclair / Gemma James / Jim Kontos / Kathleen McGill / Vail Romeyn
Marc Beaujeau / Liz Bernard / Nicholas Cabana / Michael Galbraith / Sandy Heslop / Magnolia Ku Lea / Brett Rutland / Valerie Scheiber
Supervising Art Director
Michele Laliberte
Character Design
Ellen Hoffmann
Movie Critics
A.V. Club
"X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST is the first Marvel movie to truly embrace comics-style storytelling." -- Grade: B
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky (22 May 2014, )
Chicago Sun-Times
3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[An] occasionally profound and consistently exciting sci-fi thriller."
Richard Roeper (21 May 2014, )
4 stars out of 5 -- "[W]hat we do get here is largely fantastic, not only re-energising old-favourite characters but introducing intriguing new ones."
Nick De Semlyen (16 May 2014, )
Entertainment Weekly
"Simon Kinberg's marvelous script makes it all move with a Swiss jeweler's precision and hum with internal logic. It's complex without being confusing." -- Grade: B+
Chris Nashawaty (29 May 2014, )
Hollywood Reporter
"Visual effects and CGI work, unsurprisingly, are top-notch throughout, and the Sentinels' attacks are rendered with a chilling visceral charge."
David Rooney (12 May 2014, )
New York Times
"The actors tackle the roles without winking or condescension, and it is nice to see them together again..."
A. O. Scott (23 May 2014, )
"Singer's assured grip on his characters is what makes his X-MEN movies the best of the bunch. He's exceptionally good at pacing and realizing set pieces..."
Simon Abrams (22 May 2014, )
Rolling Stone
3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[F]ans are in for an exhilarating rush."
Peter Travers (22 May 2014, )
Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "From Quicksilver’s delicious prison-bust show-stopper to a wicked mutant tag-team use of the X-Jet, Singer revels in the cool..."
Kevin Harley (13 May 2014, )
"Bryan Singer returns to blockbuster form with this strikingly ambitious continuation of the X-MEN saga."
Justin Chang (12 May 2014, )
Wall Street Journal
"Huge franchise installments are rarely as enjoyable as this one. They aren't as inventive, richly detailed, surprisingly varied, elegantly crafted or improbably stirring."
(22 May 2014, )
Washington Post
"DAYS OF FUTURE PAST is, in itself, as intoxicating as a shot of adrenaline."
(22 May 2014, )