Check out the pic below, tweeted by X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer, which shows Dame Judi Dench in costume as Storm. Dench is looking pretty good in the picture. Though the legendary actress is 78 years old, she doesn't look a day over 65 in the pic.
Wait, what's that? Oh... Oh, right. Yes, of course.
Sorry, dear readers. I've been informed that I've made a mistake. That is not actually Judi Dench as Storm. The Outhouse would like to apologize for this misunderstanding, and ensure our readers that we meant no disrespect to Dench or anyone else involved with the movie.
It's actually David Bowie.
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