Sep 13, 2016 11:48 PM EDT
'X-Men: Apocalypse' Digital HD Includes Deleted Scenes With Jubilee [VIDEO]
Recently deleted scenes from "X-Men: Apocalypse" have surfaced online, particularly the scenes with more "Jubilee." The Digital HD version is now available, while Blu-Ray and DVD can be purchased on Oct 4.
Before FOX's X-Men:Apocalypse opened in theaters, the fans were delighted that a certain X-Men member was finally getting a big screen treatment. Those that are aware of the 90's X-Men animated series are fully aware of who "Jubilee" is, and how the series started with her storyline.
When she was included in the promotions for X-Men: Apocalypse, there was much hype into what kind of role she will be playing in the Bryan Singer directed superhero ensemble movie. But to the fans' dismay, Jubilee was hardly ever in the film, and with barely any dialogue. Not even a hint of what her mutant powers are when given, unlike other X-Men who were able to showcase their abilities to the audience.
In a report by ScreenRant, Bryan Singer shares the information that a deleted mall scene which features Jubilee will be included in the Blu-ray/DVD release. With the Digital HD version now available, it is not surprising that the said clip is already on the internet.
According to the Independent.Co.UK, one of the deleted scene is set inside a mall, where the young mutants, Cyclops, Jean Grey, Nightcrawler and Jubilee all try to have some fun. The deleted scenes where uploaded to Tumblr account of "xmenladies."
There is also another deleted scene, this time set in a classroom where Charles Xavier, played by James McAvoy is teaching a class, wherein Jubilee has even more lines of dialogue.
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