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Bryan Singer unveils the Cerebro set from X-Men: Apocalypse

06.04.2015

That Bryan Singer, who does he think he is? Constantly updating his Instagram with sneak peeks at one of the most anticipated films of 2016. Pft, what a suck-up. Several months ago Singer gave us a glimpse at the Cerebro set as it was under construction for X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, and now he's been so kind as to share a look at completed set with us. Now we just need a peek at Oscar Isaac's "embodiment of the second coming."

 

Cerebro is Spanish for brain. #Xmen #XmenApocalypse

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Cerebro has appeared in some form or another in most of the X-MEN films, so it's nice to know it will putting in an appearance in what could be the biggest X-MEN film to date. However Cerebro won't be the only mutant-tracker in X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, a previous Instagram post by Singer revealed that Caliban is set to show up in the film.

X-MEN: APOCALYPSE is set for a May 27, 2016 release.

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11:23AM on 06/05/2015
You have to wonder how necessary a practical set even is for Cerebro. You could build the walkway and greenscreen the rest, who would even know? It's fairly featureless and in the background - money could be better spent elsewhere. Just sayin'.
You have to wonder how necessary a practical set even is for Cerebro. You could build the walkway and greenscreen the rest, who would even know? It's fairly featureless and in the background - money could be better spent elsewhere. Just sayin'.
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8:01AM on 06/05/2015
Is it too late to see Magneto help Xavier build cerebro, even though that timeline is broken.
Is it too late to see Magneto help Xavier build cerebro, even though that timeline is broken.
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5:23AM on 06/05/2015
Woot lets show the one set that never changes LOL. This is like saying here is a sneak peak at R2D2 from the upcoming Star Wars movie.
Woot lets show the one set that never changes LOL. This is like saying here is a sneak peak at R2D2 from the upcoming Star Wars movie.
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10:43PM on 06/04/2015
I do wonder though - they keep making X-Men movie since 2000 so why don't keep the Cerebro in existence instead of tearing it down and building new one all the time?
I do wonder though - they keep making X-Men movie since 2000 so why don't keep the Cerebro in existence instead of tearing it down and building new one all the time?
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3:58AM on 06/05/2015
It creates jobs!
No, seriously, most movie sets get torn down because storage is very expensive.
It creates jobs!
No, seriously, most movie sets get torn down because storage is very expensive.
5:21AM on 06/05/2015
How do you think film budgets get so high, they save nothing, if you don't spend it how do you get more next time. And plus that painter guy from the piracy ads needs a job big time.
How do you think film budgets get so high, they save nothing, if you don't spend it how do you get more next time. And plus that painter guy from the piracy ads needs a job big time.
6:38AM on 06/05/2015
Just kidding! Yeah, I guess to keep the Cerebro all the time will cost a lot.
Just kidding! Yeah, I guess to keep the Cerebro all the time will cost a lot.
10:30AM on 06/05/2015
I get that storage is expensive, which is why tearing down the sets for a one-off comedy or drama makes sense. But when you have a built in franchise like X-Men and the cerebro set has made an appearance in every film except for the Wolverine movies, wouldn't it make sense to invest in storage over building the same set 6 times? Storage would cost less per year then it does to build that entire set and with the money Fox brings in from these movies alone, they can afford it.
I get that storage is expensive, which is why tearing down the sets for a one-off comedy or drama makes sense. But when you have a built in franchise like X-Men and the cerebro set has made an appearance in every film except for the Wolverine movies, wouldn't it make sense to invest in storage over building the same set 6 times? Storage would cost less per year then it does to build that entire set and with the money Fox brings in from these movies alone, they can afford it.
10:16PM on 06/04/2015
Since these are the the younger days of the X-Men, I would love to see the Danger room make another appearance. The fact that it we have only seen the room once (briefly) in the shittiest entry is such bullshit for us fans. I remember it being one of the best aspects of the animated series and is something I would love to see re-established again.
Since these are the the younger days of the X-Men, I would love to see the Danger room make another appearance. The fact that it we have only seen the room once (briefly) in the shittiest entry is such bullshit for us fans. I remember it being one of the best aspects of the animated series and is something I would love to see re-established again.
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10:56PM on 06/04/2015
Right? I think the reason I hate The Last Stand so much is because it has the two things I had been wanting since the first film- Phoenix and the Danger Room- and it didn't do either of them justice in my opinion. Don't get me wrong, the Danger Room sequence is actually pretty cool, it (like the whole film) could have been handle with more finess.
Right? I think the reason I hate The Last Stand so much is because it has the two things I had been wanting since the first film- Phoenix and the Danger Room- and it didn't do either of them justice in my opinion. Don't get me wrong, the Danger Room sequence is actually pretty cool, it (like the whole film) could have been handle with more finess.
11:20PM on 06/04/2015
The Last Stand has to be biggest disappointing comic book film of all time. I mean Cyclops was only in the film for a total run time of FOUR minutes. I know he got the shaft because he followed Singer to do Superman Returns, but it's just dumb that Singer left the franchise he started to do Superman.
The Last Stand has to be biggest disappointing comic book film of all time. I mean Cyclops was only in the film for a total run time of FOUR minutes. I know he got the shaft because he followed Singer to do Superman Returns, but it's just dumb that Singer left the franchise he started to do Superman.
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