NSF PR 03-80 - July 31, 2003
Video - X-Men 2 and Daredevil
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Scenes from the films "X-Men 2" and "Daredevil", both of which incorporate Fastrack technology. "X-Men 2" and "Daredevil" are Trademark and © 2003, Twentieth Century Fox, All Rights Reserved. "X-Men 2" and "Daredevil" Character likenesses Trademark and © 2003, Marvel Characters, Inc., All Rights Reserved.
Credit: Images courtesy Rhythm & Hues.
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