A fan recreated the "X-Men: Apocalypse" trailer with animated series footage

With the recent release of the movie "X-Men: Apocalypse", fans of the superhero franchise show how hyped they are in their own unique ways. One example would be the fan made video below, wherein the audio for the final trailer of the upcoming film was used while making use of clips from the "X-Men: The Animated Series" that was popular during the 90s.

Apocalypse on the 2016 film version (left) and on the cartoon series (right).
Apocalypse on the 2016 film version (left) and on the cartoon series (right).

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The show lasted for five years; it debuted on October 31, 1992 and ended September 20, 1997. Using clips from the animated series much-loved by children from the 90s, the creator surely thought that fans that will view the video will be reminded of how awesome the show was and in turn, get even more hyped for before watching the movie.

As the title suggests, 'X-Men: Apocalypse' follows the journey of Charles Xavier's X-Men as they go up against the world's first and most powerful mutant, En Sabah Nur, more popularly known as Apocalypse. The arc of Apocalypse in the comic book and in the animated series is one of the best arcs, as described by many fans of the franchise.

In the trailer, aside from the recurring mutants already introduced in the previous X-Men movies, fans have a lot more to look forward to since new mutants from the franchise will be making their debut. With all the hype, fans all over the world will be keeping their fingers crossed in the hopes that Director Bryan Singer and his crew did a good job with this latest installment of the franchise.

Click here to watch the original X-Men: Apocalypse, Final Trailer (HD) from 20th Century FOX
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