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Sophie Turner Fires Up First Look of Jean Grey in 'Dark Phoenix'

Sophie Turner Fires Up First Look of Jean Grey in 'Dark Phoenix'

Move over, Katniss Evergreen, because Sophie Turner, 21, is the new girl on fire.

The famous Dark Phoenix saga follows the powerful telepath Jean Grey as she is overtaken by a formidable dark force that unleashes her telepathic and telekinetic potential, but threatens to destroy her persona in the process.

X-Men: Dark Phoenix is due out in theaters November 2, 2018.

Directed by Simon Kinberg, X-Men: Dark Phoenix stars James McAvoy as Professor Charles Xavier, Michael Fassbender as Erik Lehnsherr/Magneto, Jennifer Lawrence as Raven/Mystique, Nicholas Hoult as Hank McCoy/Beast, Sophie Turner as Jean Grey, Tye Sheridan as Scott Summers/Cyclops, Kodi Smit-McPhee as Kurt Wagner/Nightcrawler, Alexandra Shipp as Ororo Monroe/Storm, Evan Peters as Peter Maximoff/Quicksilver and Jessica Chastain in a now unspecified role. The character is an "otherworldy shapeshifter who manipulates Phoenix (Sophie Turner) for her own agenda". In Dark Phoenix, set roughly 10 years after X-Men: Apocalypse, the X-Men are nationally celebrated heroes - but the fame gets to Professor X's head, leading to a cosmic adventure. In fact, Charles Xavier lands on the cover of TIME magazine, and with his newfound inflated ego he starts sending the team on more risky missions. Sophie Turner (Jean Grey), and Evan Peters (Quicksilver). "Pride is starting to get the better of him, and he is pushing the X-Men to more extreme missions", Kinberg says.

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In further X-Men news, 20th Century Fox and IMAX have announced an extension of their previously-made deal that will include digital remastering of many of their films for an IMAX release, including X-Men: Dark Phoenix, The New Mutants, and Gambit. (He even graces the cover of Time magazine in the film.) As a result, his "growing ego" starts to endanger the team.

But perhaps the most interesting photo is the one that depicts Professor Xavier (James McAvoy) and several of his X-Men at a rainy funeral.

Though, be prepared: "There's a lot of sacrifice and a lot of suffering".

"It's about the butterfly effect of this thing happening", Turner adds. "What happens when the person you love the most falls into darkness?"