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Check out the latest installment of viral marketing for Bryan Singer‘s X-Men Days of Future Past, The Bent Bullet. This new piece of creative advertising is a conspiracy that claims that Magneto caused the odd tradjectary of the bullet from the infamous “Magic Bullet Theory” which was said to be the cause of wounds suffered to both Texas Governor John Connally‘s and President John F. Kennedy‘s. It’s a cool, though eerie, piece of historical fiction on par with The Comedian‘s claim to be the gunmen who killed Kennedy in Allen Moore‘s masterpiece, Watchmen. Enjoy!
The Bent Bullet: JFK and the Mutant Conspiracy | X-Men:
Half a century ago, Magneto was implicated in the mutant plot to assassinate President John F. Kennedy. The events of that fateful day in November have been a point of contention between humans and the mutants ever since.
After years of incarceration, do you think Magneto is guilty or innocent? Tell us why in the comments.
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So, I’m pretty much utterly shocked by how badass this new official trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past is. I’ve still got goosebumps. Enjoy!
X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST – Official Trailer (2014):
Adi Shankar producer, co-owner of the production company 1984 Private Defense Contractors and the man who brought you Thomas Jane‘s Punisher short film Dirty Laundry, presents a new short film, Truth in Journalism. Written and directed by Joe Lynch and starring True Blood‘s Ryan Kwanten, Truth in Journalism mixes a Man Bites Dog film style with the world of 1980’s New York City and sets it in a realistic version of the Marvel comic book universe. But, that’s all I’m giving away for the description. You’ll have to watch the short to discover the badass awesomeness hidden within. Enjoy!