Is Cerebro being rebuilt for X-Men: Days Of Future Past?

Bryan Singer tweets new image from the set

It looks as though Cerebro is being re-constructed for X-Men: Days Of Future Past, with Bryan Singer tweeting a new image of a section of the set that looks remarkably similar to one from the first two films.
Singer recently tweeted a picture of the corridor leading up to the room in which Cerebro is stored, and it seems that the mutant-tracking device will be coming into play once more.
Take a look at the new tweet below...
The new film will be based upon Chris Claremont and John Byrne’s comic-book run, in which the assassination of a Senator by the Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants causes a sequence of events resulting in a nightmarish future in which mutants are detained in concentration camps.
The story will flit between the strife of the mutants in that future timeline, and the efforts of their younger selves to avert the scenario in the first place. It promises to be quite the adventure.

Directed by Singer and co-starring Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and James McAvoy, X-Men: Days Of Future Past will open in the UK on 18 July 2014. 

What do you think of the new image? Tell us, below! 


    • JoseyWales

      Mar 6th 2013, 18:24

      Totally agree with endofdays, love reading about actor interviews, film reviews, interesting features. Cannot abide knowing about every single scene, action sequence, possible character additions or set pieces in movies. Will this happen, will this be in it, will he/she be in it? Sucks the life out of every movie.

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    • TwoBobRuss

      Mar 6th 2013, 19:42

      I also feel seeing parts of set can ruin the magic of a movie. I don't want to know that cerebro has a wooden frame and built in a hangar. I like to believe they actually built a telepathic magnifier

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    • AlfredsDream098

      Mar 6th 2013, 20:17

      I really want Matthew Vaughn to make this, he abadoned all his projects. Kick a*s and this...WHY!!!!???? But because of the story this is essentially X-Men 4. Pretty much all actors are returning so this has become X-Men 4.

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    • Hadouken76

      Mar 6th 2013, 20:54

      I hope theres a way uninvent X-Men 3, like it was a dream or something.

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    • MadMatt

      Mar 6th 2013, 22:47

      @Hadouken76 - I think that's what Singer's trying to do. Erase that film from the timeline.

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    • Ali1748

      Mar 6th 2013, 23:48

      Honestly they should just ditch the First Class actors and call this X-Men IV.

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