The newest commercial for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse includes both a throwback to the 1980's.
The grainy commercial focuses on a young Professor Charles Xavier and his School for Gifted Youngsters. It starts with a young Jubilee stating that, "sometimes being different doesn't always feel like a gift." As she talks about the challenges she went through while discovering her mutant capabilities, there's footage of other gifted kids trying to make sense of their powers.
"No one seems to understand you. Sometimes, they're even scared of you," she continues. "Wouldn't it be great if you didn't have to worry about hiding your gifts anymore?"
The rest of the commercial introduces the concept of Xavier's school, and ends with an adorably corny wrap-up of other students thanking Jubilee for introducing them to Xavier.
"You were right. Xavier is totally rad," they proclaim as a group, giving the camera a collective thumbs up.
At the end of the video, a phone line is displayed for those that want to learn more about the school. We gave it a call and were pleasently surprised to hear Marvel comics icon Stan Lee's voice on the other end. You can hear from him yourself in the clip below.
X-Men: Apocalypse, the last in Bryan Singer's trilogy, hits theaters May 27.