"X-Men: Apocalypse" Completes Principal Photography

Just hours after "Captain America: Civil War" finished up its principal photography, "X-Men: Apocalypse" also called a wrap on first unit production. Bryan Singer began filming the next installment of the "X-Men" franchise in April of this year, bringing nearly five months of production to a close last night in Montreal.

Singer himself took to Instagram to let the world know that Apocalypse was coming. He did mention, however, that there's still a lot of second unit work to do, and that this was mainly a wrap for the main cast.

That's s wrap on main unit. But still more to shoot over the next few weeks with second unit. But now...the wrap party! #xmen #xmenapocalypse

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Singer also posted the drink menu from the wrap party, which featured Red Bull-based cocktails like The Mystique (Red Bull BLUE, vodka, and lemonade) and The Apocalypse (Red Bull YELLOW, bourbon, ruby red grapefruit, honey, and soda water). Note that the menu reads "Akkaba 2015;" in the X-Men comics, Clan Akkaba is a cult comprised of descendants of Apocalypse.

Some of the cast also shared pictures from the party, and you can see all that here:

#wrap party #xmen #xmenapocalypse #apocalypse #Montreal

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#xmenapocalypse #angel #psylocke #trainers --> @teambillieve @karine_lmx

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A director and his #horsemen. #xmenapocalypse #angel #storm #psylocke

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Bring your brother to your wrap party. Trust me. It's gunna be awesome. #xmenwrapparty

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"X-Men: Apocalypse" hits theaters on May 27, 2016.

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