Sophie Turner’s “would kill” for playing Jean Grey again


Sophie Turner

In spite of the apparent insanity, set in the Phoenix Black that has led to your disappearance of the complete and utter box office and among critics, Sophie Turner he said to the And she “had” to return in a chapter in the future.

I don’t even know what’s the deal, if Disney wants to continue on the journey of the X-Men,” the actress said. “I would love to come back to this character, and this cast, and with that experience, we had the best time in these movies. I had to go back to.

Of course, it is the desire of the star of Game of Thrones will probably not come true, as Disney and Marvel are now the owners of the franchise, X-Men, and it most likely will restart the whole series, with a cast of new.

X-Men: Phoenix Negra had a turnover of US$ 65.8 million in the United States, and$ 186.6 million internationally, for a total of$ 252.4 million, all over the world, the lowest-grossing of the X-Men franchise, which started with the original movie by Brian Singer (2000).

In-Phoenix-Black in the X-Men face their enemy, the most formidable and powerful of them, and Jean Grey. During a rescue mission in space, Jean grey almost died when hit by a mysterious cosmic force. When she returned to the house, this not only makes it infinitely more powerful, but also much more unstable. Have been fighting with this entity inside of her, Jean grey unleashes her powers in ways she could not understand nor contain. With Jean’s out of control and hurt those you love the most, she begins to unravel the very fabric that holds the X-Men franchise in the usa. Now, this family is falling apart, and they need to find a way to come together, not only to save the soul of Jean, but in order to save our planet from the aliens who want to arm such a force, and in light of the milky way galaxy.

The phoenix is the Black brought me back a large part of the elenc of the new film, including James McAvoy (Professor X), Michael Fassbender (Magneto), Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique), Nicholas Hoult (Beast), Alexandra Shipp (Storm), Tye Sheridan (Cyclops), Kodi Smit-McPhee (Nightcrawler), Sophie Turner (Jean Grey) and Evan Peters (Mercury).

Simon Kinberg wrote and directed the film, marking his debut at the helm. It is also produced alongside Lauren Shuler Donner and Hutch Parker.