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X-Men: Days of Future Past is not currently available on NOW TV, but here are some more movies you might like.
  • X-Men: The Last Stand
    X-Men: The Last Stand

    Available until 30 Jun 2017

    The Marvel-lous mutants unleash their unique talents for a third X-capade in which a 'cure' is discovered for the mutant condition. Once again, malevolent Magneto (Ian McKellen) wages war on the human oppressors, while Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), Professor X (Patrick Stewart) and the X-folk strive to keep the peace. But that's not easy with resurrected telepath Jean Grey (Famke Janssen) wreaking havoc in her uncontrollable new persona. As chaotic and characterful as you'd expect (hello Vinnie Jones! ), there's plenty for action freaks plenty to chew on.

  • Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
    Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer

    Available until 30 Jun 2017

    It's clobberin' time again as the cosmically gifted quartet try to stop the global chaos whipped up by the Silver Surfer, herald of the planet-gobbling entity Galactus. With Earth under threat - and old foe Dr Doom back in town - rubbery Reed Richards (Ioan Gruffudd) and see-through Sue Storm (Jessica Alba) have no choice but to put their wedding on hold... again. Chris 'Captain America' Evans returns as Sue's firebrand brother Johnny while Michael Chiklis is back as super-strong 'Thing' Ben Grimm to make up the fearless foursome. Flame on!

  • Spider-Man 3
    Spider-Man 3

    Available until 14 May 2017

    Peter Parker's life appears to be on the up. In love with MJ, whose stage career is taking off, and experiencing uncharted levels of popularity as Spider-Man, it might all start going to his head. He'd better pull himself together - Flint Marco's out of jail and stumbling into a science experiment, a black oil just dropped in from outer space and Harry Osborne has found his father's stash of bombs and gliders... Will Spidey keep the villains in check? Will he become one himself? Is this bad guy count a bit too Batman Returns for our liking?

  • Spider-Man 2
    Spider-Man 2

    Available until 30 Sep 2017

    There's no rest for the arachnid as Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man tries to rid New York of Alfred Molina's eight-armed madman Doctor Octopus. To add to his problems, poor old Peter Parker is still having issues with his sweetheart Mary-Jane (Kirsten Dunst). Yet again, director Sam Raimi spins an inescapable web of eye-popping, Oscar-winning SFX, heart-stopping drama and superguy-meets-girl romance. Best sequel ever made? Forget about it. Best comic book movie ever made - that's closer to the mark.

  • X-Men 2
    X-Men 2

    Available until 31 Jan 2017

    From the opening scene where Alan Cumming's gymnastic mutant Nightcrawler scurries along the corridors of The White House, you know director Bryan Singer's sequel is going to deliver the Marvel Comics goods. Despite their ongoing differences of opinion, old rivals Professor X (Patrick Stewart) and Magneto (Ian McKellen) have to forget their differences to face up to Brian Cox's fascist military leader who wants the mutants wiped from the face of the Earth. Superior superhero stuff.

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