Director Bryan Singer continues to share behind-the-scenes looks at X-Men: Days of Future Past as production on the superhero sequel begins in Montreal. Last weekend, Singer shared an image of Patrick Stewart in full costume posing for a photographer, and today the director has unveiled a look at Shawn Ashmore’s Iceman also in full costume posing for pictures. Combined with the Stewart photo, I think this gives us a good idea of what the future-set costumes will look like in the film, and I dig the design. Ashmore has tracking dots on his face as well, which will likely be used to recreate his likeness in scenes that necessitate CG. As filming has now begun, it’ll be interesting to see what kind of teases Singer offers on Twitter over the next few months.
Hit the jump to take a look at Bearded Iceman. The film also stars Ian McKellan, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Ellen Page, Anna Paquin, and Hugh Jackman. X-Men: Days of Future Past opens in 3D on July 18, 2014.
Via Bryan Singer’s Twitter:
Tracking @ShawnRAshmore #XMen #DaysOfFuturePast
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