Did Magneto Kill JFK (The Magic Bullet)


We’ve recently passed the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy and with the release of X-Men: Days of Future Past scheduled for release in summer 2014 it’s never too early to tie the two things together and question was it a human who killed Kennedy or a mutant.

In this short vid that was released 2 days ago the supposed involvement of Magneto in the infamous ‘Magic Bullet Theory’ relating to the JFK assassination is examined. The short, and very well put together trailer is absolutely brilliant. Not only did we get a new trailer, but they provided an accompanying site with some back story and interesting literature! – http://www.thebentbullet.com/#!/anti-mutants.
the-bent-bullet-jfkInventive trailers and viral marketing like this are always welcome on a movie, as seen with the recent popularity of the viral video accompanying the re-make of Carrie. 20th Century Fox, makers of the new X-Men movie are no strangers to viral marketing after the hugely successful campaign attached to 2008’s ‘The Dark Knight’.
X-Men: Days of Future Past is due to be released on 23rd May, 2014 in North America.

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