X-Men: Days of Future Past opened this past Memorial Day weekend to enormous box office success. And suave fans have noticed that the film is filled with easy-to-miss references to earlier films and subplots only found on the pages of the Marvel comic books. There are plenty of hidden Easter eggs to be discovered in this latest X-Men franchise adventure. Check out some of the moments you may have not noticed the first time around, before seeing X-Men: Days of Future Past again in theaters this week.
1 The Maximoff Family
True X-Men fans know that Magneto (Michael Fassbender) is the real father of mutant siblings Quicksilver (Evan Peters) and Scarlet Witch. This is never said outright in the movie, but it is alluded to. When Quicksilver hears Magneto say that he can control metal with his mind, he responds by revealing that his mother knew someone that could do the same thing. The Maximoff name is also seen on the home mailbox of Quicksilver, confirming that, while it's never mentioned in the movie, Magneto and Quicksilver are, in fact, father and son. Maybe this will truly be revealed in X-Men: Apocalypse?