Magneto’s Power Upgrade Shown off in New Concept Art of X-Men Apocalypse, Does the Trailer Really Hurt Any Religious Sentiments? Let’s See

Although he was supposed to offer a Hindu prayer at the senate, the Christian members vehemently protested against it. Meanwhile, why Rajan should by offended by this reference is a surprise to anybody.

It is a simply a trailer of a movie which has nothing to do with religion and simply revolves around comic book mythos. There is no reason for any religious sentiments to be hurt.

In other news, according to a report from Comic Book Movie, Evan Peters as Quicksilver has appeared as a promo pic in an energy drink commercial of New Zealand. The actor was spotted in a groovy 80s look in the said commercial.

The story behind the scene is still unknown but the change from generic X-Men black leather costumes looks rather refreshing.

Quicksilver was much appreciated in Days of the Future Past but his character was ridiculed by comic book fans since he appeared to be a less stylish version of the character from Avengers: Age of Ultron.

According to director Bryan Singer, the upcoming movie will focus on the origin of the mutants and there will be younger versions of Storm, Jean Grey and Cyclops.

Stay tuned for more updates and information on X-Men Apocalypse!