The rest of the New Mutants team includes Dani Moonstar, a Cheyenne girl who can cast illusions; Sunspot, a Brazilian boy who can channel solar power; Cannonball, a Kentuckian guy who can propel himself like a jet; and Warlock, a shapeshifting alien. James McAvoy's Professor Charles Xavier is also expected to appear in the film, which makes sense since the New Mutants are traditionally students at Professor X's School for Gifted Youngsters.
Taylor-Joy will play Magik, a girl who has learned sorcery and uses teleportation discs to travel. She's the second Westeros veteran to play a member of the X-Men, following her onscreen sister Sophie Turner, who played Jean Grey in X-Men: Apocalypse. The sister of the X-Men's own Colossus (last seen playing the straight-man to Wade Wilson in Deadpool), she can teleport and utilize a variety of magical abilities, which are often risky and beyond her full control. She is known for playing Arya Stark, a sweet little girl turned ruthless assassin on HBO's hit series Game of Thrones. In the comics, Wolfsbane's ability to transform into a wolf puts her at odds with her religious upbringing and her abusive father. Taylor-Joy will portray Illyana Nikolievna Alexandria Rasputina, a.k.a. Magik, while Williams will breathe life into Rahne Sinclair, a.k.a. Wolfsbane. Last year, it was heavily rumored that Williams and Taylor-Joy had joined the cast of the film as these characters, now officially confirmed. Simon Kinberg and Karen Rosenfelt are producing. Like Taylor-Joy and Williams for these particular roles?
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The Aam Aadmi Party said it will participate in the May 12 all party meeting to discuss the issue concerning EVMs. The top EC officials maintained the complaint was "very serious" and would be acted upon, Tiwari said.
Thus far, New Mutants will be released on April 13, 2018.
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