Jennifer Lawrence cast as Mystique, ‘X-Men’ villain
The role of Mystique in “X-Men: First Class” is being taken over by Jennifer Lawrence.
Jennifer Lawrence, who has been getting rave reviews for her work in “Winter’s Bone”, was thrown into the “X-Men movie as Mystique, a role played by Rebecca Romijn in the first trilogy.
Fox has been furiously casting “X-Men: First Class”, which focuses on Marvel X-Men superpowered team in a young incarnation. James McAvoy plays Professor Charles Xavier, and Michael Fassbender is depicting Erik Lehnsherr, aka Magneto. These roles have been the origin, respectively, by Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen.
Nicholas Hoult, Alice Eve Caleb Jones and Landry are among the mutants playing figures research mentor teachers and guide them in their powers. Kevin Bacon plays the villain, whose identity was not revealed, that the studio keeps the details under lock and key terrain.
Mystique is a shapeshifter who can imitate other people, if it can not replicate superpowers. In comics lore, it was revealed to the mother of X-Man Diablo.
The film is rolling toward an early end to summer in London. Matthew Vaughn live. The role is a big leap in terms of exposure for Lawrence, prices start generating buzz for “Bone” Winter, and also marks his first studio function. The actress is playing in “The house at the end of the street, “a thriller that begins production in Ottawa in August, and then to England to segue” X-Men.”