The hot beauties of the 'X-Men' movie series 1The hot beauties of the 'X-Men' movie series 1

1. Halle Berry as Storm

Appearing in all three original X-Men films and Days of Future Past, Storm was one of Professor Xavier’s first students and the leader of the X-Men during Cyclops’ absence.

2. Rebecca Romijn as Mystique

The hot beauties of the 'X-Men' movie series

Possessing a beautiful appearance, but spending most of the time on screen, the audience gets acquainted with the beauty Rebecca Romijn in the form of Mystique with blue skin and bright red hair (it took 8 hours of makeup).

3. Famke Janssen as Jean Grey/Phoenix

The hot beauties of the 'X-Men' movie series

Jean Gray is the female character who plays the most important role in the X-Men films, with her noble sacrifice at the end of X-2 (2003) and the tragic ending when she was reborn as Phoenix in

4. Anna Paquin as Rogue

The hot beauties of the 'X-Men' movie series

Also returning briefly in Days of Future Past after an eight-year absence is the character Rogue, a mutant with the ability and also a fatal curse: absorbing the vitality and energy of those she comes into contact with.

5. Ellen Page as Shadowcat

The hot beauties of the 'X-Men' movie series

The actress who has just revealed her true gender – Ellen Page – came to X-Men through the episode The Last Stand at the age of 19. In the film, she plays the character Kitty Pride (nicknamed Shadowcat) with the ability to walk through

6. Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique (young)

The hot beauties of the 'X-Men' movie series

X-Men: First Class is an episode about the early days of mutants and the reason why Professor X (James McAvoy) and Magneto (Michael Fassbender) suddenly became enemies with opposite ideals.

At that time, Jennifer Lawrence’s natural acting, although well received by the audience, still did not make `Young Mystique` surpass the image of Rebecca Romijn’s `Mature Mystique`.

7. January Jones as Emma Frost

Only appearing in X-Men: First Class, the character Emma Frost still managed to leave an impression on the audience with her special powers.

8. Tao Okamoto as Mariko

When Wolverine was sent to Japan by fate in The Wolverine (2013), he met the old man whose life he had saved during World War II.

9. Svetlana Khodchenkova as Viper

In The Wolverine, the powerful hero Wolverine lost his ability to heal himself and scientist Green was the cause.

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