Bryan Singer Teases Secrets from Upcoming 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

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At the end of "X-Men: Days of Future Past," we saw a glimpse into the power of the next mutant villain -- Apocalypse -- who was building the ancient pyramids with his mind.

On Monday, director Bryan Singer posted a picture to Instagram, a snapshot of the "X-Men: Apocalypse" script.

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The treatment is from "Act One, Sequence One 1-15" and focuses on the The Nile in Egypt, probably a flashback to Apocalypse back in his ancient days. The Four Horsemen, his allies, are also there and a "sprawling battle as thousands of" and then it's cut off!

We also see words like "variety" and "powers," maybe referring to Apocalypse's great mutant abilities.

Thanks a lot Singer, teasing us with this epic battle scene to start off the movie and "Apocalypse" doesn't come out until 2016.

Well, this ought to get people talking.

Here's more about the villain Apocalypse, according to, He can teleport, shape change his body, he's stronger than the Hulk and can move objects with his mind.