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'X-Men: First Class' Character Spots: Banshee, Beast and Havok

May 6, 2011 (6:10 am) GMT
Take a look at the young mutants who are taken under Professor Charles Xavier and Erik Lehnsherr's wings, their extraordinary abilities and the training sessions.

20th Century Fox is attempting to introduce the young and gifted mutants in "" before the movie hits theaters June 3. Three character spots have just been released via MTV, giving an in-depth look of Banshee, Beast and Havok's abilities plus their trainings at Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters.

Banshee, played by , is originally an ordinary boy by the name of Sean Cassidy. His power relies on sonic scream which he can use as a weapon by means of the wave length as well as a method of flight. Xavier, played by , tells him to train his voice like a muscle.

Beast, played by , is a nerdy genius named Hank McCoy. The spot gives a highlight on his relationship with 's Mystique when he was first introduced to her by The Man in Black. At the end of the video, viewers see the transformation of Hank to the blue powerhouse as depicted in the comic books.

The third character is Havok aka Alex Summers, played by . He is the only mutant who prefers solitary confinement for fear of his huge power. Xavier teaches him to control his powerful beam and suits him in an outfit which allows him to focus on his energy.







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