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Written by Ivan Radford   
Thursday, 21 April 2011 08:22

Before there was X-Men: First Class, there was another crap poster. Just in case those floating head ones weren't rubbish enough...



But just after that dreadful piece of Photoshocalypse (that word's a work in progress) raised its head this week, the new trailer for Matthew Vaughn's prequel popped up. And much like the first X-Men: First Class trailer, you'd have to be one grumpy mutant not to like it:



If this goes the way of Arsenal's Premier League chances when it comes out on Wednesday 1st June, I'll be massively disappointed.