It was recently announced that just two years after "X-Men: Days of Future Past" hits theaters, 20th Century Fox will release "X-Men: Apocalypse" and will bring back Bryan Singer to direct.
In a new interview with Empire magazine, Singer cleared up that "Apocalypse" will be a sequel to "Days of Future Past," but will not bring back any of the characters from the original "X-Men" trilogy.
The helmer went on to hint what the story of the sequel will be. He said: "What would people thousands of years ago, without the benefit of science, think mutants were? And more importantly, what would mutants thousands of years ago think they were? Gods? Titans? Angels? Demons?" Singer asked. "If such mutants did exist thousands of years ago, what became of them? Did one survive?"
Singer also commented on the rumor that "Days of Future Past" will have a post-credits sequence featuring Magneto and Apocalypse. "That's not the case," he said. "People were concerned we were making Apocalypse an alien. It's odd. I don't know where that came from."
Because he's killing all of them off. It's a reboot thank god!