The X-Men send Wolverine to the past in a desperate effort to change history and prevent an event that results in doom for both humans and mutants.
Mutant heroes X-Men risk definite extinction. Their race was always on the verge of extinction, but now the threat is more real than ever. The only way to salvation is through the past, to the very beginning of the chain of events that led to the existing danger. The director Bryan Singer, the architect of extraordinary success, returns to beings with extraordinary powers. Along with him in the movie X-Men: Days of Future Past comes the most mutants in the history of this saga. Because the film takes place in two time levels, also a leader of the "good" X-Men appears in two forms as Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart, James MacAvoy) and his adversary Magneto (Ian McKellen, Michael Fassbender). Only Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) remains the same due to the ability not to get older and to heal swiftly. Wolverine gets seemingly impossible task - to go back in time and prevent former friends to become rivals to the death. Only together they can face the future force that surpasses their unique abilities.