Based on “one of the coolest superhero movies of the decade” (Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun Times), Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will debut the first ever “challenge room” at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC).
The X-Men: The Tomb of Apocalypse X-perience (Booth #3529) will incorporate a series of challenges that fans will solve to defeat the world’s most powerful mutant, Apocalypse. The booth will be open daily, including Preview Night, July 20 – 24. Each morning, fans will have the opportunity to RSVP for “Tomb Time” until the day’s schedule is full.
The Tomb of Apocalypse X-perience:
Will allow fans to work through a series of challenges to defeat Apocalypse
Fans who complete the challenge receive a custom SDCC 2016 X-MEN: APOCALYPSE t-shirt, while supplies last, and a souvenir photo
Will feature original costumes from the film including Oscar Isaac’s “Apocalypse,” Evan Peters’ “Quicksilver” and Alexandra Shipp’s “Storm” – offering fans several photo opportunities
As part of the experience, fans will have a chance to pre-order X-MEN: APOCALYPSE which arrives on Digital HD on Sept. 9, 2016 and debuts on Blu-ray™, 4K Ultra HD & DVD Oct. 4, 2016. Exclusive to SDCC, fans who pre-order will receive a limited edition Dazzler vinyl cover while supplies last.
X-MEN: APOCALYPSE Synopsis
OSCAR® Winner Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy lead a powerhouse cast in director Bryan Singer’s extraordinary follow-up to X-Men: Days of Future Past. After thousands of years, Apocalypse – the world’s first and most powerful mutant – has awakened to find a world led by humans. Intent on cleansing the Earth of mankind, he recruits a group of mutants to create a new world order. In a desperate race to save humanity, Professor X (McAvoy) leads the young X-Men in an epic showdown – against an unstoppable enemy – that will determine the fate of the world. X-MEN: APOCALYPSE Blu-ray™ Special Features Include:
Deleted/Extended Scenes with Optional Introductions by Bryan Singer
Wrap Party Video
Hour long documentary, X-Men: Apocalypse Unearthed
Audio Commentary by Bryan Singer and Simon Kinberg