There will be minor spoilers for those who haven't seen X-Men: Days of Future Past yet, so stop reading now if you don't want to learn about the post-credits sequence fo this latest Marvel mutant adventure.

Those fans who helped X-Men: Days of Future Past earn a massive $111 million over the four-day holiday also got their first glimpse at X-Men: Apocalypse during an post-credits scene. As we explained last Friday, the scene shows a young man assembling the great pyramids in Egypt using his special powers, as the massive crowd around him chants "En Sabah Nur," the birth name of the very first mutant who came to be known as Apocalypse.

While there were many fans who thought Logan Lerman, best known from the Percy Jackson movies and this year's Biblical adventure Noah, was the actor playing En Sabah Nur, MTV News clarified that it was actually an 18-year-old Montreal actor named Brendan Pedder. Take a look at a photo of the actor in costume, alongside director Bryan Singer.

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<strong><em>X-Men: Days of Future Past</em></strong> Brendan Pedder Photo

The actor doesn't have any film or TV credits to his name, but X-Men: Days of Future Past did shoot for several months in his hometown of Montreal between April and August of 2013.

It isn't known yet of Brendan Pedder will be back to play the young Apocalypse in X-Men: Apocalypse yet, so stay tuned for more details.