The last X-Men: Apocalypse trailer has just hit the internet and fans are going ga-ga over it. There are several things about it that fans will notice, but one is how different Olivia Munn's face looks in the trailer. This is not the first time she has been hit by plastic surgery rumors. There were several reports that suggested that the actress may have had some work done on herself because, well, she looked very different during the Oscars.
The X-Men star's jaw and face looked really different. She did say that it's owning to the change in shape of her eyebrows and diet, but anyone who looks at the pictures carefully can tell that it's way more than that. After all, good diet can't really shave off the jaw now, can it?After being hit by a lot of rumors post-Oscars night, Olivia Munn almost felt obliged to give a justification. After all, the speculations were getting wilder by the day. The X-Men: Apocalypse star made sure that she gave a detailed explanation. So, she did this by listing her regimen and diet on Instagram. The text was a caption to the two pictures that compared her "before" and "after" look.She said that she lost 12 pounds while training for X Men. She says the workout helped her lean her cheeks and jawline. She went on to say that she also reshaped her brows which has done her quite a bit of favor. Not just that, she got rid of sunspots too. As for her diet, she says she eats Japanese potatoes that are high in Hyaluronic Acid, something that helps keep the skin supple. Well, that's a lot of explaining by someone who did not need to give any. Do you buy Olivia's explanation? Do you think Olivia may have done it for X-Men: Apocalypse? She is definitely excited about the movie. She had posted a sneak peek into the movie with a still of herself in the role of Psylocke. If one looked at the picture closely, she does look a lot different, doesn't she? Although, there is no denying she looks smokin' hot! Olivia Munn is debuting as Psylocke in X-Men: Apocalypse and she hopes for a solo film one day.
The stunning actress said she definitely thought Psylocke is a character that deserved a story of her own and that she would like a film where one can go back into her history."I think if Psylocke had a chance to tell her story, it would be great to start with the genesis and have an understanding," Munn told Collider. "I think maybe like right as she's getting out of university and before her whole family—we jump in right before all of her family is taken out and we have an understanding of what she had to lose. Then her figuring out her powers and how powerful she is. I think that would be a great thing to, because it's something that I always loved about her. That she came from a good family and lost everything. Yeah, I would just like to tell that story." X-Men is one of the most famous franchises in the history of cinema and has made $3 billion since it debuted in 2000. Bryan Singer directed the first and second X-Men films, and then came back for 2014's X-Men: Days of Future Past. X-Men: Apocalypse has been written by Dan Harris, Michael Dougherty, and Simon Kinberg, and the film will focus on the origin of the mutants, Entertainment Weekly said. Singer said the movie will address the history of the X-Men delving into the supernatural — the Gods, miracles, and power.
X-Men: Apocalypse is a sequel to X-Men: Days of Future Past. The film will release on May 27 in North America.
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