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First Character Posters From 'X-Men: First Class' Unleashed

March 1, 2011 (3:05 am) GMT
Getting the spotlight are none other than the two key roles, Charles Xavier and Erik Lensher, before they were Professor X and Magneto respectively.
First Character Posters From 'X-Men: First Class' Unleashed

The first two character posters from "" have landed online, featuring the protagonists Charles Xavier and Erik Lensher separately. The one-sheets want to highlight them before they take the names Professor X and Magneto respectively while still giving a glimpse at how they will look like in the future.

The two can be seen standing with their reflections on the water showing Professor X on a wheelchair and Magneto wearing his suit and helmet. While 's Charles is featured with a background of a beautiful castle, 's Erik is seen standing in front of a dull building.

"X-Men: First Class" will chart the epic beginning of the X-Men saga and follow Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr when they were two young men discovering their powers for the first time. Not archenemies, they were instead at first the closest of friends, working together with other Mutants, to stop Armageddon.

Matthew Vaughn serves behind the lens for the action sci-fi movie with the likes of , , , and supporting the cast ensemble. 20th Century Fox will drop the film in U.S. theaters on June 3.



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