One of the snippets you may miss, though, is a rather brilliant video of one of the cameramen coming back to his Indonesian hotel to find a Komodo dragon in the toilet.
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but chose to come back to complete her character's story) reprising their roles as Charles Xavier, Magneto and Mystique.
Nicholas Hoult (Beast), Alexandra Shipp (Storm), Tye Sheridan (Cyclops) and Kodi Smit-Mc Phee (Nightcrawler) are all returning, as well as #Jean Grey is lighting up the next #XMen movie.
Television can provide that link better than ever before.” As the show will no doubt make clear, the filmmakers have used the latest technology to get these incredible shots.
Since the last series, camera stability, drone control and remote recording have all improved dramatically.
This is bound to please fans, though it remains to be seen if Kinberg and co will be able to get the general public to embrace the space-opera side of X-Men story.
Meanwhile, another crew spent five months over two years camped out in the Okavango Delta to snap swamp Lions taking on Cape Buffalo.
There’s a lot to learn in Planet Earth II, both about the animals featured and the workings behind the show.
Olivia Munn has called the movie a "two-parter", but we have no idea what she means by that.
indicate that it might stick much closer to the original story.