X-Men: Dark Phoenix jetzt legal online anschauen. Der Film ist aktuell bei Amazon, Sky Store, iTunes, Google Play, Microsoft, Rakuten TV, Videoload, CHILI. X-Men: Dark Phoenix: von FSK Alles über den Film erfahren. Charles Xavier schickt die X-Men auf eine gefährliche Mission ins Weltall. Bei einer Sonneneruption absorbiert Jean Grey die Strahlung und es erwacht eine mysteriöse Macht in ihr. Sie ruft auch eine Gestaltwandlerin auf den Plan, die sie jagt.
Die Filmstarts-Kritik zu X-Men: Dark PhoenixEntdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "X-Men: Dark Phoenix" von Simon Kinberg: Als Drehbuchautor stieß Simon Kinberg bereits bei „X-Men: Der letzte Widerstand“. X-Men: Dark Phoenix. von Marcel Scharrenbroich () / Titelbild: © Twentieth Century Fox. „Alle. Im finalen Kampf entfesselte Jean ihre Phönix-Kräfte und tötete Apocalypse. X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Der Film beginnt mit einer Rückblende, in der eine acht Jahre.
X Men Phoenix Navigation menu VideoJean Grey Becomes The Phoenix - X-Men Animated Series Eventually, using her telekinetic powers, Jean was a founding member of Xavier’s team of mutant trainees the X-Men as Marvel Girl. Upon a mission in outer space Jean was noticed by the Phoenix Force which took note of her unlimited potential. X-Men: Dark Phoenix () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. The Phoenix emerged in the unforgettable Uncanny X-Men #, by Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum. After defeating a horde of Sentinels in space, the X-Men made a desperate return to Earth, with Jean Grey piloting their space shuttle. Although most of the X-Men have reason to hate the Phoenix, Wolverine has a particularly fueled animosity against the entity for good reason. By Gregory Mysogland Jan 22, It's safe to argue that most of the X-Men probably hate the Phoenix Force, given all the pain and tragedy it has brought to their surrogate family. Jean Grey begins to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn her into a Dark Phoenix, causing the X-Men to decide if her life is worth more than all of humanity.
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Edit Storyline The X-Men. Taglines: The Phoenix will rise. Edit Did You Know? Trivia The film takes place in , the year the X-Men comics were relaunched with new costume designs and a new cartoon show, X-Men: The Animated Series Goofs at around 12 mins The damaged shuttle is spinning because a thruster is firing.
When this is destroyed, it slows down to a halt almost instantly. In the vacuum of space, this would not happen.
It would remain spinning fast, while decelerating slowly due to the opposing thrusters firing. Conservation of angular momentum in action.
Quotes [ first lines ] Jean Grey : Who are we? Are we simply what others want us to be? Kinberg took responsibility for the film's poor reception, stating, "I'm here, I'm saying when a movie doesn't work, put it on me.
I'm the writer-director, the movie didn't connect with audiences, that's on me. Many fans and critics were put off by a line in the film uttered by Raven suggesting that the name of the titular team be changed to the "X-Women",   and expressed their opinion that the line was inserted into the script in response to feminism and the MeToo Movement.
The film was nominated for two Golden Raspberry Awards but did not win either of them. It was nominated in the category Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel , and Jessica Chastain was nominated as Worst Supporting Actress , but lost to Rambo: Last Blood and Rebel Wilson in Cats , respectively.
Initially Kinberg said in May that Dark Phoenix would be the first in a new trilogy focusing on the younger versions of the original X-Men characters.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the comic storyline, see The Dark Phoenix Saga. For the comics characters, see Jean Grey and Phoenix Force comics.
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This alien adversary was dispatched by the Shi'ar Emperor, D'Ken, to kill the X-Men so they couldn't rescue Princess Lilandra from his rule.
Eric the Red sent Black Tom Cassidy, Juggernaut and Magneto after the X-Men, who barely escaped these battles with their lives.
Finally, Eric tricked Firelord , a former herald of Galactus, into believing Marvel's Mutants were villains. This deception resulted in an enormous battle between Firelord and the X-Men, where The Phoenix used her awesome power to defeat him.
The Children of the Atom followed Eric, who had taken Lilandra through a star-gate onto the Shi'ar homeworld. Upon arrival, the X-Men fought the Shi'ar Imperial Guard, who served D'Ken.
The X-Men eventually teamed up with the Starjammers, a group of space pirates, to defeat D'Ken and restore the M'Kraan Crystal.
Thanks to the power of The Phoenix, along with the life forces of Storm and Corsair, the crystal was restored and the universe was saved from destruction.
While the Phoenix seemed to be a force for good, Jean's power grew over time, slowly corrupting her. Over the previous months, Jean had been manipulated by Mastermind, who was posing as the handsome Jason Wyngarde of the 18th century.
With the help of Emma Frost, Mastermind telepathically reached out to Jean, molding her mind to his will.
At this time, the X-Men also introduced themselves to a young Kitty Pryde, hoping to welcome her into the Xavier Institute.
Their timing was quite poor, however, as Storm, Colossus and Wolverine were kidnapped by the Hellfire Club. In order to rescue their teammates, the remaining X-Men fought these sinister foes alongside Dazzler.
She was part of a strike team sent to outer space to stop a satellite near the sun from being used as a Sentinel factory.
Sentinels crushed Jean's escape pod and she died, only for Jean's mind to be transferred into a cloned body created by Professor X.
In All-New X-Men , present-day Beast goes to the past and brings a younger version of Jean to the present day along with the other original X-Men in hopes of helping the present-day Cyclops to see how far he's fallen.
The time travel also caused her suppressed telepathic powers to awaken much earlier in her life than they were supposed to. Jean is later kidnapped by the Shi'ar and placed on trial for the destruction done by the Phoenix Force years earlier in a crossover story line The Trial of Jean Grey.
The All-New X-Men team up with the Guardians of the Galaxy to rescue Jean from the Shi'ar homeworld, but Jean would end up awakening a new power that she never had, in which she is able to absorb massive amounts of psionic energy from others and combine her telepathy and telekinesis, which she used to defeat the powerful Gladiator, leader of the Shi'ar.
While searching for new mutants, Jean and the All-New X-Men get teleported into the Ultimate Marvel universe. Upon their return to Earth , she and the All-New X-Men team up with the Guardians of the Galaxy a second time in search of The Black Vortex.
Following the reconstruction of reality after the Battleworld crisis , Jean has parted ways from the rest of the time-displaced X-Men as she attempts to find her own life in the present by living a normal civilian life in College until Storm recruits her to join her new team of X-Men to help protect mutants from Terrigen.
Jean ends up approached by Magneto, who offers her and her team to join him in preserving Xavier's dream by defeating those who oppose it.
As part of the Marvel's RessurXion event, Jean Grey received her first-ever solo series. While on a solo mission against the Wrecking Crew , Jean receives a vision that the Phoenix Force is coming back to earth.
Jean feels even less taken seriously when Beast begins examining her for signs of delusional hallucinations. Jean then meets with other former Phoenix hosts Colossus , Magik , Rachel Summers , Hope Summers and Quentin Quire , where the latter uses his powers to show her how the aftereffects of bonding with the Phoenix Force has individually affected each of them.
Jean ends up sent back in time for unknown reasons and ends up meeting that timeline's Jean Grey shortly after she first becomes Phoenix.
Time-displaced Jean attempts to ask Phoenix questions about the Phoenix Force but she dodges Jean's questions.
Instead Phoenix takes Jean for a night out and shows off her powers. After witnessing Phoenix use her cosmic powers to fight off Galactus from consuming a defenseless planet, Jean contemplates warning Phoenix of her fate until an encounter with The Watcher stops her from doing so.
The Watcher commends Jean and tells her that choosing to not change her future means that her ultimate fate is in her own hands whether or not she ends up hosting the Phoenix Force back in her present.
As Jean returns to her present, Phoenix cryptically states that they will meet again. Backed by a host of former Phoenix Force wielders, Emma Frost, Quentin Quire, Hope Summers, the Stepford Cuckoos and even the spirit of the adult Jean Grey, the teen Jean tries to defy destiny and stop the Phoenix before it can take her over and bend her to its will.
With the Phoenix Force now on Earth, the team realizes it's going to take a lot more than they have to stop it. And while the young Jean is able to wound the Phoenix with the aid of Cable's Psi-mitar, the Phoenix seems just too strong for anyone to overcome.
Teen Jean eventually managed to push the cosmic force far away from her friends and allies, where a final battle can take place. However, both Jean Greys learned how wrong they were, as the Phoenix was never coming for teen Jean, at least not like they believed.
Actually, the Phoenix wants the adult Jean, but to do that it needs the young Jean out of the way. Thus, the force floods her body with flaming psychic energy, incinerating her from the inside out, leaving only a skeleton.
However, after dying, the younger Jean found herself somehow in the White Hot Room despite not being a Phoenix host. Angry, the Phoenix attempted to destroy her using mental manifestations of its past hosts, created from pieces of their life forces left in the Room.
Jean realized that she could control the White Hot Room against the Phoenix wishes and commanded the cosmic entity to resurrect her, which it did so in order to get rid of her.
After returning to Madripoor, she was approached by her resurrected older Earth counterpart, much to her surprise. Jean Grey is an Omega-level mutant , and at her highest and strongest potential was fully merged with the Phoenix Force and with it was able to defeat even Galactus.
Jean is a powerful empath, as she can feel and manipulate emotions of other people, as shown when her power first emerged as she felt her friend Annie Richardson slowly dying.
When her powers first manifested, Jean was unable to cope with her telepathic abilities , forcing Professor Charles Xavier to suppress her access to it altogether.
Instead, he chose to train her in the use of her psychokinetic abilities while allowing her telepathy to grow at its natural rate before reintroducing it.
The Women of Marvel: Celebrating Seven Decades Handbook detailed Jean's telepathic abilities:. Jean is also one of the few telepaths skilled enough to communicate with animals animals with high intelligence, such as dolphins ,  dogs ,  and ravens .
As a side effect of her telepathy, she has an eidetic memory. She briefly developed a psychic shadow form like Psylocke's, with a gold Phoenix emblem over her eye instead of the Crimson Dawn mark possessed by Psylocke.
Jean possesses a high-level of telekinetic ability that enables her to psionically levitate and rapidly move about all manner of animate and inanimate matter.
She can use her telekinetic abilities on herself or others to simulate the power of flight or levitation, stimulate molecules to increase friction, create protective force fields out of psychokinetic energy, or project her telekinetic energy as purely concussive force.
The outer limits of her telekinetic power have never been clearly established, though she was capable of lifting approximately fifty tons of rubble with some strain.
Jean's younger self who had been brought from the past into the present by an older Hank McCoy eventually found an entirely new usage of her powers separate from the Phoenix Force.
The teenage Marvel Girl learned she has the ability to harness ambient psychic energy and channel it into powerful blasts of force, which are a combination of both her telepathy and telekinesis.
When using this ability Jean's whole body glows with pink psychic energy, obscuring her human form. Under the tutelage of Psylocke , teenage Marvel Girl has learned the ability to create psionic weapons that damage a target either physically, mentally or both in some point.
She showed skill in constructing multiple types of psionic weapons that differ in size, length and power which she uses in combat.
The relationship between Jean Grey and the Phoenix Force and the nature of the powers she has is portrayed in a variety of ways throughout the character's history.
In the initial plotline of the Phoenix being a manifestation of Jean's true potential, these powers are considered her own,  as part of Claremont and Byrne's desire to create "the first cosmic superheroine".
In one instance Jean forcibly ripped the Phoenix out of Emma Frost and imposed its status upon herself. Jean then subsequently forced the Phoenix to resurrect her after manipulating the Phoenix's mental landscape against it.
Over the years, Jean's abilities while bonded to the Phoenix Force have fluctuated, but the Women of Marvel: Celebrating Seven Decades Handbook has detailed what Jean is capable of as Phoenix:.
The Phoenix Force also seems to render its host unaging and, at least in some adaptations, enhances the physical strength of its avatar to superhuman levels; in certain incarnations, Jean, namely while acting as Dark Phoenix, seemed to possess some level of superhuman strength.
For one reason or another, Jean Grey both young and old has, on more than one occasion, been repeatedly resurrected by either the Phoenix   or apparently her sheer force of will without Phoenix.
During the height of the Psych Wars , Young Jean was able to forcibly make the Phoenix Force restore her to life,  despite the Phoenix's adamant resolve not to do so, completely recreating her body after it had been vaporized.
Some time later, after her body was taken over and completely devoured by a Poison , a small part of Jean's mind survived and, despite itself, was able to infect the whole Poison Hive and destroy it from the inside out, subsequently using nothing but her mind to reconstruct her body.
This leaves Jean believing that she may not even be human anymore. Jean Grey is a trained pilot and proficient unarmed combatant. She also has some degree of teaching ability, experience as a fashion model, and training in psychology.
As a fictional character in the Marvel Universe , Jean Grey appears in various alternate plot lines and fictional universes.
In the Marvel alternative universe miniseries, Jean Grey fakes her identity and gender , posing as "John Grey", a member of the "Witchbreed".
The group was led by Carlos Javier the Charles Xavier of the universe. Like her Marvel Universe counterpart, Jean has telekinetic powers.
Besides Javier and Nicholas Fury , the only one who knows of Jean's deception is Scotius Summerisle Scott Summers , who is attracted to her.
Werner tells Scott that he was attracted to Jean, although he had thought that she was male. After her death, her friends gave her a burial at sea.
When her corpse is cremated, the fire forms a giant Phoenix raptor before disappearing. In the Age of Apocalypse storyline, Jean is a student of Magneto.
She eventually falls in love with fellow student, Weapon X. Jean is later kidnapped by Mr. Sinister , who offers her a place among his team.
She refuses, and is sent to Sinister's breeding pens. Weapon X rescues her, but not before Sinister extracted her DNA and combined it with that of Cyclops to engineer the perfect mutant, X-Man.
Weapon X, and Jean leave the X-Men and join forces with the Human High Council. She learns of a plan to drop nuclear bombs on the United States to kill Apocalypse.
She confronts Weapon X, then leaves him to try to stop the attack with the aid of Cyclops. She's apparently killed at the hands of Cyclops' brother, Prelate Havok , before she can hold back the nuclear bombs with her telekinesis.
In the tenth-anniversary limited series, it is revealed that Jean was the one that stopped the nuclear attack from the Human High Council with the last of her powers.
She was also "resurrected" by Sinister and began displaying Phoenix Force powers, known in this reality as "Mutant Alpha" abilities. Jean doesn't remember her old life at first, so Sinister manipulated her to create a new team to fight the X-Men, the Sinister Six.
During the fight between the two teams, Logan is able to connect emotionally with Jean. She turns on Sinister and incinerates him. Jean and Logan reunite, and she becomes leader of the X-Men at Magneto's behest.
In this continuity, she is married to Wolverine and is a co-director of education for Xavier's School of Gifted Youngsters.
The two have a daughter named Kate whom the others nickname "Shine. When Xavier offers an invitation for Spider-Man and Mary-Jane's daughter to enroll in their school, she tries to convince the couple that it's the right decision.
In the timeline known as the Days of Future Past , Jean dies when Mastermind detonated a nuclear device at Pittsburgh , after she had given birth to her and Scott's daughter, Rachel, a few months before.
There are conflicting reports whether this Jean had been replaced by the Phoenix Force. The past of Jean Grey of Earth mirrors that of her Earth counterpart.
In recent history, Jean had once again lost her telepathic abilities— the circumstances behind her loss of this ability are as yet unrevealed.
However, this would eventually spare Jean's life when the psychic birth of the Skull resulted in the death of every telepathic being on the planet, killing Jean's mentor Professor Xavier.
Shortly after his death, the X-Men disbanded. Either prior to, or shortly after the disbanding of the X-Men, Jean would leave Cyclops after a long relationship to pursue a romance with Scott's rival for Jean's affections, Wolverine.
However, Wolverine and Jean's life would devolve into a New York stereotype of the bickering couple. Both would put on significant amounts weight and would resort to arguing with each other.
When Wolverine would refuse to help the heroes defend New York from the Skull and his army, Jean would leave Wolverine in disgust, telling him that she was really Madelyne Pryor to rankle Wolverine even more.
Jean would resurface years later at the wedding of Medusa and King Britain, which served as a brief reunion of the surviving members of the X-Men.
Jean would reconcile with Wolverine, however, the two would remain apart. Her current whereabouts are unknown. In the original Marvel Mangaverse X-Men and X-Men Ronin stories, Jean is a powerful telepath and telekinetic and calls herself Marvel Girl, but she also has access to the Phoenix Force.
The three-issue X-Men: Phoenix — Legacy of Fire limited series, involves a separate character based on Jean Grey named "Jena Pyre".
Jena and her sister Madelyne are the guardians of the "Phoenix Sword", whose power Jean absorbs. Jean Grey as Dark Phoenix appears in the sequel to Marvel Zombies , now a member of the Zombie Galactus , or rather Galacti, alongside other heroes.
The zombie Hulk punches through her body and squishes her head while she attempted to subdue him, thus killing her.
Jean's history in the Mutant X universe is quite muddled. Under the name of Ariel, she was a founding member of the X-Men and in love with their leader, Havok.
Some time later during a mission, Jean was believed dead and later on Havok married her lookalike, Madelyne Pryor, Jean's clone. In reality, Jean was saved by Apocalypse and Magneto, and hidden from Professor X who was capturing all the telepaths in the world for his evil plans.
When she re-surfaced, Jean was working together with Sinister and Apocalypse to recruit the aid of Havok's new team, the Six, against an evil Xavier.
That crisis having passed, Jean joined the Six, as Madelyne had been turned into the Goblin Queen and was no longer with them.
Jean also mentioned having been in a relationship with Wolverine, and having worked with SHIELD for a while, though it was unclear where exactly these events fit in with her history and also whether Jean had access to the Phoenix Force.
In the Amalgam Comics community, Jean Grey was combined with DC's Fire to create Firebird. She was part of the JLX until the Dark Firebird Saga where she joined the Hellfire League of Injustice.
On the Exiles 's second mission lands them in the middle of an alternative reality Dark Phoenix Saga. The team learns that in this world Jean actually is the Dark Phoenix, and they participate in the Shiar trial by combat, disguised as representatives of the world she destroyed.
Originally, their goal is to prevent the Shiar Imperial Guard from killing Jean before she can overcome the Dark Phoenix, however when Jean vaporizes Storm, Gladiator, and Cyclops, they realize that this version of Jean has lost herself to the Dark Phoenix and must die.
They are able to overwhelm her momentarily, allowing Wolverine to get close enough to stab her through the heart, resulting in an explosion that kills her and vaporizes the moon and the Shiar ships orbiting it.