According to the Calgary Herald, one of the most anticipated films of 2014, X-Men: Days of Future Past is heading back to Montreal for some additional filming.
Should this be a cause for concern? Is there something wrong with the film as it stands? According Quebec film commissioner Hans Fraikin, there is absolutely no cause for panic.
“Not at all,” he said. “It happens all the time, especially with big pictures.” He told the Herald.
It would appear that director Bryan Singer and some of the cast and crew of the film are headed back to Canada at some point before Christmas to film some extra scenes for the film.
It would seem that one of those cast members returning to Canada is Daniel Cudmore, who plays Colossus in the film. Late last week, he tweeted how great it was to be back in Canada despite the cold.
Back in Canada and its freakin freezing…and a tad grey.. Other then that it’s great to be back
— daniel cudmore (@danielcudmore) November 15, 2013
As the title may suggest, Days of Future Past will span two time periods; the 1970’s and 10 years in our future. Professor Charles Xavier and his once dear friend Magneto/Erik Lehnsherr must learn to work together once again to send Wolverine back in time to find Xavier’s younger self and convince him to believe once again.
If not, a war will erupt and threaten everything that they know.
Days of Future Past will reunite you all of your favorite X-Men Characters, as well as the newer, younger versions you came to know in X-Men: First Class.
X-Men: Days of Future Past is scheduled to be released on May 23, 2014.