Forget Sansa Stark. Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner, who played Ned Stark's beautiful and battered daughter in the HBO hit series, has more power than ever before.
In the new Dark Phoenix trailer, released Monday, Turner's Gray admits that "when I lose control, bad things happen, but it feels good."
It might not be all good for her fellow X-Men, however, who suddenly must face off against one of their own. Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Tye Sheridan, Alexandra Shipp, Nicholas Hoult and Evan Peters reprise their roles from previous X-Men movies. Jessica Chastain joins the series as a mysterious shape-shifter.
Dark Phoenix is expected to bring the past 20 years of X-Men movies to a close, CNET sister site ComicBook.com ratings.
Twentieth Century Fox Studio declared Monday to be "X-Men Day," and also released a video looking back at the series.
Tickets for the movie also went on sale Monday.
Dark Phoenix opens June 5 in the UK, June 6 in Australia, and June 7 in the US.