/x-men-days-future-past-extended-rogue-cut-release/Last Week, it was announced that 20th Century Fox will be releasing X-Men: Days of Future Past as an extended 'Rogue Cut' that will include over 10 minutes of deleted footage sometime in 2015. This will restore an often talked about scene that features Anna Paquin as Rogue helping to save Wolverine at the end of the movie, after older Professor X and Magneto go on a mission to rescue her. But this isn't the only subplot cut from the narrative, as the upcoming Blu-ray and DVD release set for October 14 will reveal. Apparently even Jennifer Lawrence wasn't safe from the cutting room floor.
When X-Men: Days of Future Past finally arrives at your house in just a few weeks, you'll get to see a number of deleted scenes featuring optional commentary by director Bryan Singer. One of those scenes finds an injured Raven (Jennifer Lawrence) upset with Charles after he enters her head without permission.
What happened to Raven after she was shot in X-Men: Days of Future Past? That question is answered here, with a scene that gives us a little bit more of Jennifer Lawrence in human form interacting with Nicholas Hoult as a young humanized Beast and James McAvoy as a young Professor X. Charles seems to be getting his second wind in order to fight an impending onslaught of Sentinels, but Raven isn't interested in what he has to say. Magneto will start this war no matter what!
Watch this clip, which gives us a tender moment between Beast and Raven that never made it to the big screen:
X-Men: Days of Future Past is on Blu-ray and DVD starting October 14. It is available now on VOD.