Following a very brief teaser trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue Cut, we get the first official photo, along with some more images from the Blu-ray and DVD release. Hitting home on July 14, this brand-new edit of the 2014 blockbuster hit was overseen by director Bryan Singer himself, and reestablishes never-before-seen footage of Mutant Rogue, played by Anna Paquin. The actress is restored in all her glory in this latest sneak peek.
X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue Cut Blu-ray and DVD includes both the theatrical cut of the movie and the new, improved cut with over 17 minutes of previously missing footage. We'll also get commentary from Bryan Singer and Composer/Film Editor John Ottman on the Rogue Cut, and Director Bryan Singer with Producer/Writer Simon Kinberg on the original cut. There will also be a second screen App. The release also includes a second Disc with special features that include the 9-Part documentary series Mutant Vs. Machine, an 'unguarded' gallery of storyboards, costumes, and concept art. And best of all, it will include a sneak peek at this August's Fantastic Four in Digital HD.
To celebrate the home entertainment release of the X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue Cut Blu-ray on July 14th, fans and VIP guests will be treated to an advance screening of the never-before-seen extended version of the film, shown simultaneously on four screens. Super-fans at Comic-Con will have the opportunity to gain two VIP (guaranteed) access tickets to the screening by purchasing the X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue Cut Blu-ray through one of these locations, The Fox booths on the Comic-con show floor (Booth #s 4229) and The Nerd HQ/IGN Lounge (Children's Museum). The screening will take place Saturday, July 11 at the Reading Cinema - Gaslamp District (701 5th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101), starting at 8 PM. Additional seating will be available to fans on a first-come, first-served basis. Beyond the two VIP tickets for the special screening, fans that purchase the Rogue Cut early on Blu-ray and DVD during Comic-Con 2015 will also score a limited edition lithograph, celebrating 15 years of the X-Men franchise.