The series also stars Sean Teale (Eclipse/Marcos Diaz), Jamie Chung (Blink/Clarice Fong), Coby Bell (Jace Turner), Emma Dumont (Polaris/Lorna Dane), Blair Redford (Thunderbird/John Proudstar), Natalie Alyn Lind (Lauren Strucker), and Percy Hynes White (Andy Strucker).
Marvel's The Gifted will be overseen by showrunner Matt Nix with the first episode being directed by Bryan Singer and premiering later this year.
A still from The Gifted, the new X-Men show. In the player below, you can check out a brief The Gifted teaser trailer with the promise of the full trailer set to arrive May 15.
Watch the first promo for The Gifted, below.
She also appeared inX-Men: Days Of Future Past as portrayed by Fan Bingbing, but due to timeline shenanigans they storytellers can explain that this is a different version of the character.
Fox has picked up the Marvel series The Gifted. Bryan Singer, director of several X-Men films, is also attached to the project. With a hostile government on their heels, they're forced to join an underground network of other mutants in order to survive. Jeph Loeb, Simon Kinberg, and Lauren Shuler Donner are among the well-titled executive producers. From Burn Notice showrunner Nix, the drama revolves around a suburban couple (Amy Acker, Stephen Moyer) whose ordinary lives are rocked by the sudden discovery that their children possess mutant powers.