Jennifer Lawrence Is Nude
In addition to a new look at the mutant-hunting Sentinels , Empire 's impressive 25 variant covers for their latest all-X-Men issue offers a new, revealing glimpse at Jennifer Lawrence back in blue as the shape-shifting assassin Mystique.
You may notice that the ' Days of Future Past ' version of Mystique looks noticeably different from how she appeared in 'X-Men: First Class.'
Speaking with director Bryan Singer back when the first trailer for the mutant meet-up arrived, he explained to MTV News that the character design for Mystique was rejiggered to bring her closer to what Rebecca Romijn looked like in the original 'X-Men' movies.
The result is a very blue Jennifer Lawrence that's also a very bare Jennifer Lawrence.
But Mystique isn't the only mutant to grace her own cover of the latest Empire , the magazine also features our best look yet at Quicksilver, the character both 'Days of Future Past' and 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' will feature in different iterations. (Aaron Taylor-Johnson will play an entirely seperate Quicksilver in the upcoming Marvel Studios sequel.) The 'X-Men' version of the ultra-fast character has already met a lot of criticism on the internet for some dated, on-the-nose design details, like his silver hair, jacket and goggles.
The Empire covers also confirm a story that was originally reported by MTV News . On one of the variants, Evan Jonigkeit appears as a younger version of Toad, who originally appeared in the first 'X-Men' movie played by Ray Park. The Toad from the 170s sports a Travis Bickle-style Mohawk and a pair of goggles that would make Quicksilver jealous.
Empire has yet to reveal all 25 variant covers of its 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' issue, so keep an eye on the 'X-Men' Twitter feed to see the rest.
'X-Men: Days of Future Past' opens in theaters on May 23.