More From James McAvoy On 'Charles Xavier' In X-Men: First Class Sequel!

More From James McAvoy On 'Charles Xavier' In X-Men: First Class Sequel!

More From James McAvoy On 'Charles Xavier' In <i>X-Men: First Class</i> Sequel!

Talking more about a potential sequel to Matthew Vaughn's critically acclaimed comic book film X-Men: First Class, James McAvoy also addressed where would we see 'Charles Xavier' in the next movie. Check it out...

Talking to Collider about his new animated family movie Arthur Christmas, actor James McAvoy, who portrayed 'Charles Xavier' in Matthew Vaughn-directed film X-Men: First Class, also shared some more info on where would he like to see the character in the next chapter. More below.

"I’ve heard a little bit about what’s happening. The director has got a fantastic idea for what the story will be. I can’t really tell you what it is because we may or may not make that, but we’ve got to do something intelligent with it. I can’t speak for Michael’s character, but for my character, he’s got some major shit to deal with. He’s just been paralyzed and he’s been betrayed by the person who he’s probably come to care about more than anybody else in the world, and he’s the guy who did it to him.

That’s a huge thing that we have to deal with and we need to see that. If we don’t see that, I feel like it would just totally wallpaper over the fact that this guy has been completely physically compromised. That’s an important thing for me. Other than that, I don’t know. We’re still waiting for Fox to greenlight it. I think what they’re doing really well is that they’re not just rushing ahead and making another one because it did well. They are just trying to get a decent story together. If they don’t get a decent story together, then we probably won’t do another one because it can be a stand-alone film. We shouldn’t just make another one because we want to make some money. There needs to be a good script there."

McAvoy is also finishing up shooting Trance, a new film from director Danny Boyle. To see what he had to say about that and much more, just head over to Collider.

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