Re: Bryan Singer Directing X-Men: Days of Future Past - Part 3
Yeah, I agree, because nothing sells a dystopian future in an alternate timeline with not repurcussions for future films than everyone daisychaining and holding hands... Maybe the most dramatic scene can be when someone gets a boo boo? Maybe we could see Wolverine growl?
It wasn't the deaths in X3 that made it bad, it was having deaths for deaths sake. It was the attitude that death in and of itself WAS drama and that you didn't need any development around that.