While X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer doesn't send out a photo every day from the set, like The Amazing Spider-Man 2 filmmaker Marc Webb, when he does, it's quiet relevant. Today, the director srevealed a "pivotal meeting" in the White House's Oval Office. The actor sitting at the Presidential desk is portraying Richard Nixon, which fits in with the sequel's timeline of 1973, right at the tail end of his Presidency. No plot details have revealed how this meeting fits into the story, but its surely important to the Mutant race and its survival as a species.

X-Men: Days of Future Past Set Photo
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