We’ve seen some of what’s in store from the evil army of mutant-hunting robots, those Sentinels that Wolverine and the gang have to contend with in “X-Men: Days of Future Past.” We’ve had a good look at those futuristic evil Trask Industries creations — and have even wondered aloud over whether one of those mechanical marauders is going to kill Storm (Halle Berry) in the upcoming comic book movie. But the latest and final “X-Men” trailer, which dropped on Tuesday night, offers the first good cinematic gander at the retro Sentinels of the ’70s, when they were newly created by Bolivar Trask, played by Peter Dinklage of “Game of Thrones” fame. Before they were oversized, fighting robot weapons, the Sentinels started out as artificial limbs in the late ’60s, constructed with DNA, according to a handy online “X-Men” study guide posted by 20th Century Fox late last week. By the early ’70s, Trask Industries got tapped by the Nixon administration to make the first line of Sentinels for U.S. defense.
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The future is now as the latest trailer for “X-Men: Days of Future Past " has landed in the present, and with it a shocking revelation: the potential death of at least one major graduate of Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters. We’re speaking of Ororo Munroe, aka Storm, the weather-controlling badass beauty played by Halle Berry in the original “X-Men” trilogy. In recent weeks, Berry and director Bryan Singerrefuted speculation that her role had been considerably cut from the final version of the film. Emphasis on the “cut” in today’s trailer: at the 26-second mark, Storm appears to get ambushed by a Sentinel (one of the mutant-stomping robots created by Peter Dinklage’s Bolivar Trask).