James McAvoy was the young Xavier in several X-Men movies run by fu-Fox, now acquired by Disney. Will he appear in the same skins in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? He has clear ideas about it.
James McAvoy played the professor Charles Xavier from 2011 to 2019 in the world X-Men when the characters were still managed by an independent company Foxbefore acquisition Disney. Now that the beloved mutants are about to come in Marvel Cinematic UniverseWith Hugh Jackman go ahead in tandem with Ryan Reynolds in Deadpool 3 (in 2024) McAvoy explained to GQ what he thinks of the character and if he would ever agree to come back in his boots.
Will Xavier join the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Will it be James McAvoy?
After (and alternating with) Patrick Stewartwas James McAvoy interpret young Xavier in X-Men: First Class (2011) X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) and latest failure X-Men: Dark Phoenix (2019), as well as a cameo role in Deadpool 2. With Jackman / Wolverine which will enter the MCU with Deadpool 3, someone wonders if there is a chance of his Xavier showing up later. McAvoy doesn’t seem possible at all, and does show some serious doubts about how this character has been used over the years.
I will answer very quickly: no, chapter closed. Or even, “I don’t really care about coming back.” Why are you moving forward. I swear that nobody called me. And if they did, I swear I wouldn’t tell you! […]
It was one of more positive impressions I have ever had with a studio. I have never seen profitable trades in them. I suppose that Days of Future Past is one of the best films I’ve ever been in.. […] My biggest criticism of what we did in four films is that after the first one we didn’t work on relationship between Xavier and Magneto, which was indeed the basis of the first film. I asked: why don’t we shoot from the heaviest calibers?
Source: Coming Soon
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