X-Men: Days Of Future Past Gets On-Set Featurettes
Director gives sneak peek behind-the-scenes in video clips...
SPOILER ALERT: This article may reveal plot details from the movie.
Director Bryan Singer has shared a series of behind-the-scenes featurettes from the set of X-Men: Days Of Future Past.
The filmmaker takes viewers on a personal guided tour of several key parts of the set from the superhero blockbuster - including Professor Charles Xavier's office and the Cerebro machine.
And while chatting to the camera, Singer also gives away a few more juicy morsels of plot info.
"It's less of a sequel to the previous films, I call it an Inbetwee-quel," he explains.
"It takes place all over the world, places like Russia, France, China, Washington DC, New York. So there'll be a I think a very international flavour to the film, more than what we've had in the previous pictures.
"And also because of the distant future that part of the picture takes place in, there'll be a science fiction aspect - a lot of new technologies and things that we haven't yet seen in an X-Men film.
"This is by far the biggest X-Men movie and the biggest project I've ever worked on."
In one of the featurettes Singer, Ellen Page and Hugh Jackman discuss the key plot device which sees Wolverine sent back in time to prevent the annihilation of the X-Men and other mutants by Sentinel robots.
It is explained that Wolverine's healing powers make him the only suitable candidate for the time-travel job - which would kill anyone else.
Another nice moment sees Singer approaching Nicholas Hoult and Hugh Jackman during some down time on set.
The movie is set for release on 22 May in the UK.
A new TV trailer was revealed earlier this week.