Director Bryan Singer has today announced the four screenplay artists who have diligently collaborated to produce the initial script treatment for 20th Century Fox's upcoming superhero blockbuster X-Men: Apocalypse. Set in the 1980s, the direct sequel to X-Men: Days of Future Past will pick up some years after the downfall of the Sentinel army and Wolverine's induction into Mystique's ranks (events which transpired in an admittedly rushed fashion during Days' closing moments).
Up until now, Singer has had to ditch the Days of Future Past marketing campaign in order to deal with legal allegations which have come his way in recent months, but it seems that the dark days are thankfully behind him and the Age of Apocalypse (the comic-book narrative upon which the third entry in the First Class sub-franchise will be loosely based) is fast beckoning. Read on below to see the full teaser image of the screenplay's opening page, which reveals that Bryan Singer, Simon Kinberg (the screenplay artist of Days), Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris are its scribes:
X-Men: Apocalypse will lay siege to cinemas worldwide on May 27th, 2016.