'X-Men: Days of Future Past' has managed to bring members of the old cast back together with members of the new cast [all from First Class], and some of them have started giving interviews about their roles in the film.
Halle Berry, who returns as Storm and has already reported wrapped her role, first discusses the difference between working with Bryan Singer and Brett Ratner to Total Film, saying, "They're like apples and oranges, they could not be more different. That's for sure. The way they work is different... I wasn't in as much as I was meant to be though. My ever-growing belly was posing a constant challenge! But there's something very revealing and shocking about Storm in this movie that I thought was needed." She also adds, "The concept of the movie is pretty big too. The urgency is more important this time round. The threat is greater too."
Lucas Till also returns as Havok and although he won't discuss the plot, he does mention that his character isn't necessarily a team player in this one, explaining to I am Rogue, "That's the reason he is never on the good side, because he doesn't want to hurt anyone, but he's never really been a bad guy. Or he has been but it was sort of Machiavellian, it was a ploy to get on the bad side and undermine them. I think Havok always has a good heart. But he's definitely not playing for any team necessarily in this one."
X-Men: Days of Future Past comes out next May, but it certainly seems like the promotion has already started building up after the surprise Comic-Con panel last week.