...no, not the movie! Not the runtime. Not the director, screenwriters, and no, not Cyclops' fate. I am 100% convinced that this movie is going to be awesome, and 95% convinced that this movie will be the best one yet (something I didn't think was possible after watching X2) No, but what I am worried about, is the consistancy. Even though this is a new director, and a new scriptwriter (Zak Penn isn't exactly new, seeing as though he was on X2, and in an interview revealed that Hayter & Co. practically used Penn's idea / outline for X2), and they should add their own flair to it (which I can tell they have. Even though from trailers they definatley kept the tone, it still looks different), there are some things I don't want them to touch. Mainly, the trademark opening sequence of an Xavier voice over, CGI intro, and camera zooming through the Cerebro door into the first real scene of the movie. Here's where I'm worried; when asked about it (trademark opening sequence), Kinberg said they wanted to respect the traditions of the franchise, while making it unique. And now, I think I've come to the realization of what that means, and it's gotten me worried. Look at the 2 trailers we have. Look at the Marvel logo, and look at how the Marvel logo zooms to the screen through the "R" taking us to the scenes... The Marvel logo in the trailers is unique. I've never seen the Marvel logo "metal" up, or whatever it's doing. It's probably gonna be used in the movie (just like other Marvel movies have had a unique logo sequence), and I have a bad feeling that part of that unique logo sequence is opening up the movie through the "R" in "Marvel", which I hope they don't do, because different directors or not, the whole Cerebro door entrance has become the X-Men's version of "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away..." Consistancy, damnit! That's all I ask for!