Americans have just commemorated the 50th
anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy over the weekend and conspiracy theories still abound about what exactly took place that day in Dallas, Texas.
The latest offering comes from the makers of X-Men: Days of Future Past
, who recently released a website implicating the mutant Magneto in the shooting of the beloved president.
Presenting readers with the alternate history facts, the promotional site details how the mutant terrorist, played at this period of time by Michael Fassbender, became the prime suspect in the assassination. The website, called The Bent Bullet
, contains video evidence and an article exploring the conspiracy are available for readers to make up their own mind about his innocence or guilt.
Joining Fassbender in the new film in the X-Men
franchise is Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Patrick Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence, James McAvoy, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Ellen Page and a number of other fan-favourites from the previous films.
X-Men: Days of Future Past
is in UK cinemas from May 22, 2014 and in the US from May 23, 2014.