ODEON Magazine Issue 106 - September/October 2018 - Page 29

from January to October 1980. It ends well, though, right? With the other X-Men saving both Jean Grey and the day... We wouldn’t be so sure about that. Dark Phoenix is the first of a proposed trilogy, so an Infinity War-style ending (i.e. very bad) seems a possibility. This is the 12th movie in the X-Men series (if you count the Wolverine and Deadpool films). It also, mouthwateringly, has Jessica Chastain as the villain. She messes with the already messed-up Jean Grey. “It’s really about duality,” said Turner of the film recently. “Darkness and light.” Okay, so we’re really intrigued now, what else can you tell us? X-Men: Dark Phoenix – in cinemas from 5 Feb 2019 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Written by The LEGO Movie’s Phil Lord, this animated, dimension- hopping ‘spin’ on the Webbed Wonder looks simply astonishing. Out 14 December Holmes and Watson Step Brothers’ Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly reunite for a chuckle-filled take on Conan Doyle’s classic detective stories. Robert Downey who? Out 26 December Nativity Rocks! From Ruth Jones and Celia Imrie to Craig Revel Horwood, the fourth film in the tinsel-strewn series is stuffed – turkey-style – with British thesps. Out 23 November Gadot will star alongside Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson in the actioner Red Notice @ODEON @odeoncinemas @ODEONCinemas odeon.co.uk 29 Everett Tears in rain: Sophie Turner as the tormented Jean Grey • Sneak peek