X-Men: Dark Phoenix (2019) Hindi Dubbed Full Movie Watch Online HD

Jean Grey begins to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn her into a Dark Phoenix. Now the X-Men will have to decide if the life of a team member is worth more than all the people living in the world.

Director:Simon KinbergWriters:John Byrne (story “The Dark Phoenix Saga”), Chris Claremont (story “The Dark Phoenix Saga”) | 4 more credits »Stars:James McAvoyMichael FassbenderJennifer Lawrence | See full cast & crew »

Dark Phoenix (also known as X-Men: Dark Phoenix) is a 2019 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics X-Men characters, produced by 20th Century Fox and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. It is the twelfth installment in the X-Men film series, a direct sequel to X-Men: Apocalypse (2016), and the seventh and final installment in the main X-Men series. The film is written and directed by Simon Kinberg and stars an ensemble cast featuring James McAvoyMichael FassbenderJennifer LawrenceNicholas HoultSophie TurnerTye SheridanAlexandra Shipp, and Jessica Chastain. In Dark Phoenix, the X-Men must face the full power of the Phoenix after a mission in space goes wrong.

After X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) erased the events of X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) from the series’ timeline, Kinberg expressed interest in a new adaptation of Chris Claremont and John Byrne‘s “The Dark Phoenix Saga” in a future film that would be more faithful than his previous attempt with The Last Stand, which was not well received. The new adaptation was confirmed as a follow-up to Apocalypse in 2016. Kinberg signed on to make his directorial debut in June 2017, when the majority of the cast was set to return from Apocalypse. Filming began later that month in Montreal and was completed in October 2017, with the entire third act being reshot in late 2018 following poor test screenings.

Dark Phoenix was theatrically released in the United States on June 7, 2019. Critics described the film as “boring” and criticized the plot, CGI effects, and character development, although the performances (particularly McAvoy and Turner) did receive some praise.[5][6] Many viewed the film as a disappointing and anticlimactic conclusion to the Fox X-Men series, and it is the worst-reviewed installment of the franchise, according to Rotten Tomatoes.

Plot

In 1975, eight-year-old Jean Grey inadvertently uses her telekinesis to cause a car accident that kills her parents. Shortly afterwards, Professor Charles Xavier takes her to Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters, where he mentally blocks the accident from her memories and helps her hone her psychic abilities.

In 1992, nine years after the worldwide devastation caused by En Sabah Nur, the X-Men respond to a distress signal from the space shuttle Endeavour, which is critically damaged by a solar flare-like energy. While the X-Men save all of the astronauts, Jean is stranded and ends up absorbing all of the energy into her body. Jean survives the event, and her psychic powers are greatly amplified as a result. At the same time, the mental block placed by Xavier is destroyed, and she accidentally attacks the mutants celebrating at Xavier’s school after a mental breakdown, passing out afterward. She later travels to her childhood hometown of Red Hook, New York, after discovering that her father is still alive. The X-Men attempt to take Jean home, but she injures Peter Maximoff and accidentally kills Raven Darkhölme and several policemen before flying away.

Jean travels to the mutant refugee island of Genosha to seek assistance from Erik Lehnsherr in controlling her powers, but is turned away by Erik after she engages in combat with U.S. military forces tasked with her arrest. Jean meets Vuk, the leader of a shape-shifting alien race known as the D’Bari, who explains to her that she has been possessed by a force of cosmic power which wiped out the D’Baris’ home planet years ago. The power had consumed all those it came across, until it encountered Jean. Meanwhile, Hank McCoy, who feels betrayed by Xavier’s manipulation of Jean’s memories, allies with Erik and his mutant refugees to bring down Jean in New York City. The X-Men and Erik’s faction battle each other before Erik confronts Jean, only to be overpowered by her new abilities. Xavier is attacked by Jean, until he convinces her to read his memories, allowing her personality to resurface. Feeling remorseful, Jean asks Vuk to take the force from her, though it turns out that doing so would kill her. Xavier and Scott Summers stop Vuk from fully absorbing the force from Jean, before both mutant factions are captured by the U.S. government and placed in a train headed towards a secret containment facility.

The train is attacked by Vuk and her D’Bari forces. When the soldiers are overpowered by the shape-shifters, the mutants are freed from their restraints to combat the threat. Xavier confers with Jean within his mind, allowing Jean’s personality to gain control of the force within her. Vuk once again attempts to drain Jean of the force, but Jean unleashes her full potential and kills Vuk before disappearing into outer space. In the aftermath of the incident, the school is renamed Jean Grey’s School for Gifted Youngsters, with Hank as the new dean, and Charles finally retires after decades in the fight for mutant rights. In Paris, Erik reunites with Xavier to play a game of chess. As they start to play, a flaming phoenix appears in the sky.

Cast

  • James McAvoy as Charles Xavier / Professor X
    mutant pacifist, he founded Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters.[7] Many of the characters in the film turn against Xavier as some of his decisions regarding Jean Grey’s abilities are revealed. Director Simon Kinberg felt that the character always acts out of concern for the “greater good”, though he may make some “misguided” choices at times. Kinberg hoped that each character would come across as having “a valid point of view” in the film.[8]
  • Michael Fassbender as Erik Lehnsherr / Magneto
    A powerful mutant who can control magnetic fields and manipulate metal, he is Xavier’s former best friend and often rival.[7] Magneto has formed a community of mutant refugees on the island of Genosha,[9] which Kinberg compared to Israel in it being a homeland where mutants can be safe.[10]
  • Jennifer Lawrence as Raven Darkhölme / Mystique
    A shape-shifting mutant and Xavier’s adopted sister.[7] Lawrence described her role in the film as more maternal than previously, as she leads the younger X-Men.[11] The film continues growing the schism between Mystique and Xavier, with Mystique not approving of some of Xavier’s methods, though Kinberg hoped that this would be more subtle in Dark Phoenix than in previous X-Men films. The film also sees the character change between appearing as Raven and Mystique more than previously, with each change having a specific meaning to the character and story. She continues to have feelings for Beast.[10]
  • Nicholas Hoult as Hank McCoy / Beast: A mutant with a beastly appearance and superhuman physical abilities. He is a teacher at Xavier’s School and helps lead the younger X-Men. He continues to have feelings for Mystique.[7]
  • Sophie Turner as Jean Grey / Phoenix
    An extremely powerful mutant with telepathic and telekinetic powers who is one of Xavier’s most prized students.[7] The Phoenix entity is unleashed in the film, leading to a fight between the two personalities for control. Turner studied dissociative identity disorder and schizophrenia for the role, particularly for scenes where she has to change from the vulnerable Jean to the confident Phoenix.[12] Kinberg said Turner has the lead role in the film, a first for the actress.[13] Summer Fontana portrays a young Jean Grey.
  • Tye Sheridan as Scott Summers / Cyclops
    A mutant who fires concussive optic beams.[7] The film develops his relationship with Jean Grey, which director Simon Kinberg called “a huge part of the emotional core of the movie”. This forces the character to become a leader in the film,[14] as he becomes the most prominent character who holds on to hope as Jean becomes more unstable.[10]
  • Alexandra Shipp as Ororo Munroe / Storm: An African mutant who can control the weather.[7]
  • Kodi Smit-McPhee as Kurt Wagner / Nightcrawler: A German mutant who can teleport.[7]
  • Evan Peters as Peter Maximoff / Quicksilver
    Magneto’s mutant son who can move at superhuman speed.[15] Peters described the character as more mature and subdued in the film, being focused on using his abilities for good as a member of the X-Men.[16]
  • Jessica Chastain as Vuk:[17] The leader of a shape-shifting alien race known as the D’Bari who manipulates the Phoenix.[18][8] Kinberg described her as “the devil on Jean’s shoulder”,[10] while Chastain called her character “clinical”.[18] Chastain also plays Margaret, the woman Vuk impersonates.

Additionally, Kota Eberhardt portrays Selene, while Andrew Stehlin portrays Ariki, a character that was initially reported as Red Lotus.[8][19] Scott Shepherd and Hannah Anderson portray Jean’s parents John and Elaine, respectively. Ato Essandoh appears as “Jones”, one of Vuk’s fellow D’Bari followers; Brian d’Arcy James appears as the President of the United States; and Lamar Johnson appears briefly as Match.[15] Halston Sage cameos as Dazzler in the character’s first cinematic appearance.[20] Daniel Cudmore, who previously portrayed Colossus in the franchise, was announced to have a role, but did not appear.[21]

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