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It was as fake as the onscreen chemistry.

Patrick Willems, who makes weekly videos on his Youtube channel, released a new trailer entitled “The Uncanny X-Men” exploring what Bryan Singer's action-packed “X-Men” might have looked like had Anderson been at the helm:

In true would-be Anderson fashion, the Kinks provide the soundtrack to the misadventures of a band of melancholy mutants. Complete  with absurdist humor and “neat jumpsuits” Willems’ take seems pretty spot-on.

 Of course, this isn’t the first time a movie concept has been hilariously filtered through Anderson's lens. SNL took a stab (pun intended) at the horror genre using Anderson's unmistakable style. "The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders" ties in all the Anderson-ism it could into this trailer-- even tapping Alec Baldwin to narrate. Check it out:

Sketch in the City: Lora Innes #4

Posted by Ken Eppstein

Two presidents for the price of one!

Including The Real Arnold Classic at Studio 35, dumplings (!), and a Johnny Cash tribute

Ari Shankar releases gritty "Power/Rangers" bootleg

The Crest to open second location

Posted by Nicholas Dekker

A&R Creative Group's expansion will include rooftop garden, patio and smaller shareable items

Expansion near original Marengo site will allow for increased production and a taproom

Sketch in the City: Lora Innes #3

Posted by Ken Eppstein

Wherein we learn how James. A. Garfield's death could have been avoided

Including several Black Lives Matter-related events, a beer tasting and a hip-hop showcase

Darista Cafe hosts Patacon & Pints Pop-Up

Posted by Nicholas Dekker

Saturday's Hills Market pop-up features Four String beer and a pataon sandwich