Lucas Till On What He'd Like For HAVOK In X-MEN: FIRST CLASS Sequel
The young actor spoke to IGN at E3 about some things he would like for his character Alex Summers (Havok) in the sequel to X-Men: First Class - It seems he would like the next movie to be a bit more faithful to the Havok from the comics..
Lucas Till did a decent job as Havok in the first X-Men: First Class, but like a couple of his young team mates in the movie, he wasn't really given a whole lot to do. Hopefully that will change in the now officially announced sequel, which Till confirms he will return for. He also acknowledges the changes made to Havok's powers in the movie and says he hopes things will be a bit more comic fan-friendly in the next one. And, why not throw in a bit of Polaris action while we're at it! I like the way you think son..
"All I know is that my mom told me we're going to start shooting in January. It's funny because she tells me everything that goes on before I know. I don't know if you saw, but Havok shoots hula hoops out of his body. I remember when (director Matthew Vaughn) told me, and I was like, 'NOOOO!' It's going to ruin it for all the fans of Havok and I tried to make the best of it, but I really hope in the next one that the chest piece—because there's always that circle in the middle so you could tell where his power level was at—but not necessarily used as a device to channel the energy from. I want some gauntlets or something to shoot it out of my hands, and I want Polaris in there. I want a sexy green-haired girl to fall in love with. That's all I'm asking for."
Well, I can't see Polaris (Lorna Dane) appearing as Magneto's daughter as she is in the comics, but they could use an alternate version of the character I guess. After all, Alex Summers is Scott's (Cyclops) brother and they haven't acknowledged that - at least so far. What about you guys, you looking forward to seeing Havok back for the sequel, or did he fail to leave an impression first time around?
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