Having a strong social media presence during the production of a movie certainly doesn't hurt, as director Colin Trevorrow proved with Jurassic World, often tweeting from the set and during post production. The movie just broke the June opening day box office record, and is a true phenomenon. Director Bryan Singer carries on the tradition, one he helped start with X-Men: Days of Future Past, by sharing video in an http://instagram.com/p/32d8l0xD9W/?taken-by=bryanjaysingerinstagram post from the set of X-Men: Apocalypse. He doesn't share too much, just enough to get us excited for what promises to be a very cool moment inside Professor Xaviar's X-Mansion. He states:

"Hey, it's Bryan here, working a really late night on the underground mansion hallway. We're doing a really cool secret scene which I can't show you, but I hope you love it. I'll talk to you soon."

What could this secret scene entail? It might have to do with the Danger Room, which has been teased quite a bit over the last few weeks, with concept art and pre-production set photos. While Bryan Singer certainly hasn't shied away from showing us some of the set, the story still remains a mystery. We know that X-Men: Apocalypse will revolve around the title villain, played by Oscar Isaac. We know it is set in the year 1983. And it will be the final chapter in the trilogy started by 2011's X-Men: First Class and carried through in last year's very-well received X-Men: Days of Future Past. Take a look, as we await our next sneak peek at the behind-the-scenes process of this impending sequel, likely to be one of 2016's biggest releases.

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