Meet the 'X-Men:' From page to screen in 'Days of Future Past'

Updated 11:23 AM ET, Fri December 11, 2015
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Behold the massive cast of the 2014 film "X-Men: Days of Future Past." The movie is based on a classic "X-Men'"storyline from the comic books. Because of the time travel element, it gathers characters from all of the previous "X-Men" movies. Here's a look at the characters in their comic and film incarnations. (Some will reprise their roles in 2016's "X-Men: Apocalypse.") Marvel/20th Century Fox
The X-Men's leader, Professor Charles Xavier, has been played by Patrick Stewart and James McAvoy (his younger self). For the first time, the two Professors X come face to face. Marvel/20th Century Fox
Ian McKellen and Michael Fassbender have played the X-Men's constant antagonist Magneto over the years, and just like with Xavier, both versions of Erik Lehnsherr show up in the movie. Marvel/20th Century Fox
The most popular member of the X-Men, Wolverine has appeared in each one of the films, including his own solo films. Hugh Jackman has been able to bring the famous attitude of the comic book character to the big screen. Marvel/20th Century Fox
Halle Berry reprises her role as one of the X-Men's most ubiquitous team members, Storm. Berry has also kept consistent with the comic book character's changing hairstyles. Marvel/20th Century Fox
Jennifer Lawrence plays the younger Mystique, taking over the role from Rebecca Romijn in the earlier films. She's far from the only blue mutant, however. Marvel/20th Century Fox
Nicholas Hoult plays the intellectual Beast (a role played by Kelsey Grammer in "X-Men: The Last Stand"), and based on the trailers, he's not always stuck looking that way. Marvel/20th Century Fox
Ellen Page reprises her role as Kitty Pryde, a fan favorite in the comics. Word has it that her role is larger here than it was in "Last Stand." marvel/20th century fox
Shawn Ashmore is back as Iceman, who was one of the original X-Men when the comic books debuted more than 50 years ago. Marvel/20th Century Fox
Bishop has a lot of fans among comic book readers and is portrayed here for the first time by Omar Sy. marvel/20th century fox
Evan Peters portrays the lightning fast Quicksilver for the first time (a role also played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the upcoming "Avengers: Age of Ultron"). marvel/20th century fox
Daniel Cudmore returns as the super-strong Colossus, who can turn his body into metal. Marvel/20th Century Fox
Lucas Till is back as the remarkably powerful Havok, last seen in "X-Men: First Class." marvel/20th century fox
Booboo Stewart plays Warpath, a character making his film debut. Marvel/20th Century Fox
Toad hasn't been seen on film since the first "X-Men." The villainous mutant is played this time by Evan Jonigkeit. marvel/20th century fox
Blink has the amazing ability of teleportation and shows it off for the first time on the big screen, as portrayed by Bingbing Fan. marvel/20th century fox