PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
In 1962, the United States government enlists the help of Mutants with superhuman abilities to stop a malicious dictator who is determined to start World War III.
Matthew Vaughn wanted the film to resemble the productions of the 1960s, with "very traditional framing, and camera movement when it needs to move, not just throwing it around and whizz-bang", and using the anamorphic format "to create a widescreen experience, is... ...
Mother. What are you... I thought you were a burglar.
Mrs. Xavier: I didn't mean to scare you, darling. I was just getting a snack. Go back to bed. What's the matter? Go on, back to bed.I, I'll make you a hot chocolate.
Charles Xavier: Who are you? And what have you done with ...
On the wall map in the conference room in Moscow there is an icon indicating the location of a nuclear power plant in the western Soviet Union. This location corresponds to the location of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Prypiat, U.S.S.R (now Ukraine). However, construction of Chernobyl did not begin until 1970, and Reactor 1 was not commissioned until 1977. When Erik is first seen as an adult the date is given as 1962, eight years before construction of Chernobyl began and fifteen years before its commissioning.
The film title appears on the side of the Nazi coin Shaw gives to young Erik Lensherr.
English, German, French, Spanish, Russian
$55,101,604 (USA) (3 June 2011)
$146,405,371 (USA) (23 September 2011)
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