This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Michael Fassbender in "X-Men: Days of Future Past." (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Alan Markfield)
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The latest "X-Men" blockbuster is expected to take North America's box office by storm this weekend, as the mutant superhero gang reunites for one of the biggest US film-going holidays of the year."X-Men: Days of Future Past," a time-bending movie that is already a hit with critics, could make up to $110 million over the extended Memorial Day weekend that runs through Monday -- the unofficial kick-off of the summer movie season.The film, in which Hugh Jackman's saber-knuckled Wolverine travels back in time to save the earth from a devastating war, could become one of the biggest grossing movies of all time, according to industry journal Variety. The star-studded cast -- including Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Michael Fassbender and Halle Berry -- probably won't hurt the bottom line either.
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