Professor Xs James McAvoy & Patrick Stewart Talk ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’

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With The Wolverine in post-production for release next summer and X-Men: Days of Future Past preparing to begin shooting in the spring (possibly in 3D and 48fps), we’re beginning to learn more and more about each project from the talent involved.

Hugh Jackman just confirmed an X-Men character will be making a cameo appearance in The Wolverine, and Bryan Singer revealed Jackman will reprise the role for Days of Future Past. Now, both James McAvoy and Sir Patrick Stewart are being questioned about their return as the young and old Professor X in the next mutant team-up epic as well.

When we chatted with McAvoy early last year, well before X-Men: First Class released, we inquired about the transition between his portrayal as a young Charles Xavier with a full head of hair to the more mature, more bald and paralyzed version from the books, previously played by Stewart. He simply said to us “You’ll have to wait and see, you’ll have to wait and see.”

As we know, by the end of First Class, Charles takes a bullet and loses the feeling in his legs and we see him for the first time using a wheelchair. He’s still got his hair though and after the movie released, McAvoy said the following to Hero Complex:

“And we still are left with the big question: How does he lose his hair? In the comic books there’s a very clear and easy answer, but we didn’t go with that. In the comics it happened when he was very young and when his powers activated. We’ve obviously gone away from that. Now, obviously, we can’t start the next movie with him bald. Not only is that easy and cheap, we’d be passing up an opportunity for a cool story point. I don’t know what it is — we need to come up with something that justifies doing it. Maybe he got some dodgy Australian shampoo….”

A cool story point? Skip forward to present and in an interview with Total Film, McAvoy elaborated on the hair situation:

“[screenwriter] Simon Kinberg and I had a chat about it and we came up with a whole bunch of ideas about how, why and where he might go bald. It’s got to be linked to the plot though. In the comics, he lost his hair as soon as his powers awakened, and we clearly didn’t follow the source material. It can’t just be that he looks in the mirror at the end of the film and goes ‘Oh [frick], I’m losing my hair’. Although that could be quite funny with all this shit going on… he goes ‘Arge, I’m really stressed…’”

The issue of Xavier’s baldness is bigger than it should be, and with it being a topic of discussion for two films now, expectations on how McAvoy transforms into the traditional Professor X ‘look’ are high. If Singer and Kinberg don’t have some creative, unexpected way for young Charles to lose his hair (after losing his ability to walk in First Class), then they’re setting themselves for disappointment.

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As for the older version of Professor X, Sir Patrick Stewart – who can now safely discuss his return to the franchise – has very little info to offer, outside of sharing his excitement.

“I’m very happy to report that Bryan Singer is coming back to direct the movie. I’m very happy that my lovely friend Ian McKellen is going to be with me. I don’t know anyone else who is to be involved in the project. Maybe it’s just the two of us! That would be a movie! Magneto and Xavier’s conversations…. I’m not being cute. That’s all I know. Maybe once the holidays are over, more information will begin to come through. I have a vague idea of the time commitments, but I don’t know where we’re going to shoot. But I’m greatly looking forward to it.”

We don’t have any info on just how long that time commitment is, and if we did, we could begin to speculate on how large a role the older Professor X and Magento play in the film and how much of it will take place in the present/future.

Stewart’s role as Professor X, founder of the X-Men, was instrumental in the X-Men trilogy until meeting his untimely demise in X3. He returned for a cameo appearance in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. With X-Men: Days of Future Past we don’t yet know if the film will offer an alternate look at the future or if it will attempt to pick up from where the third film left off where in a post-credits scene Charles Xavier was seemingly resurrected in the body of a  comatose patient – who may or may not be his twin brother.

Bryan Singer will direct X-Men: Days of Future Past with returning stars Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen, who could be joined by the return of Hugh Jackman, Famke Janssen, Anna Paquin, James Marsden, Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore. Stay tuned! The Wolverine releases July 26, 2013 and X-Men: Days of Future Past hits theaters on July 18, 2014. -

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Sources: Hero Complex, Total Film (via CBM)

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  1. Hvve young Xavier’s powers advance and due to that he has hair loss.

  2. Is anyone else thinking cancer?

  3. He’s got lice.

  4. Sir Pat Stew & Sir Ian are two of my favorite actors ever.
    as if this movie wasn’t already a “Must See”, and it was, their addition to the cast makes it an
    “Absolutely Must See”

    • @R.I.G.

      I would agree that it will be a “must see”, but I don’t feel it’s for the reason(s) that you’re assuming it will. Most people just want to see if & how FOX & Co. can resurrect this “not so spectacular” franchise once & for all. If this movie fails I fear there’s no coming back from it.

      • Let the rights revert back to Marvel Studios, then (after Phase 3 is over) REBOOT!

        Not likely, I know…

        • If the rights were converted back ull never see black panther, dr strange or any of those. Cause xmen is a big franchise

          • @Trey

            What the heck are you talking about? HAHAHA!! What in the world does X-Men have to do with all those people?! Are you drinking something I should know about?

            • Marvel can only release so many movies a year. If they get the rights to X-men ( which iis a terrible idea) they will not have the time to create Black Panther, Dr strange movies , etc.

              • @Ignur

                That maybe true however, seeing how comic films aren’t going anywhere for a looooonnnng time, I’m pretty sure they’ll have plenty of time to release as many films as they need to.

                Plus you have to remember also, just because MARVEL has so many characters underneath their umbrella don’t assume all of them are getting solo films. Not everyone is marketable ya know.

                I’ve said it many times already & will continue to do so until it happens……MARVELs’ properties would be best served justice if done by MARVEL……Period!

                • Completely disagree. They have been suffering from good narratives outside of IM and TIH. Avnger’s gets a pass because it was so fun but the narrative was weak and turned a lot of characters into plot points.

                  • @Ignur

                    I see your point of view, but I disagree with your disagreement. Saying that a movies’ narrative was weak & all this other stuff is you basing your information on what exactly…..your opinion? I’m sorry my friend, not that I’m saying that it’s wrong to give your opinion on anything you believe in, but I don’t do that here(at least not most of the time anyway).

                    My info.(after I do my research)comes from “FACT BASED” sources. That way I try to prevent myself from looking foolish during discussions(which doesn’t seem to work some of the time). However, in this case I know what the FACTS are. MARVELs’ current “Movie Universe” has been FLOORISHING simply because of two important details that YOU & others fail to realize/neglect altogether……CRITICAL & COMMERCIAL success. That’s what truly counts to me when debating what movie is better than which. Everything else, again, is just opinion based which means very little.

                    • Whether you think a film is good or bad is a subjective opionion but whether a film has a strong or weak narrative is a techincal one. Making it factual. Of all 6 Marvel films Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk have had the strongest narratives with the strongest character arcs. Those are their most complete stories.

                      Marvel’s Universe is doing okay. They are 500. With out The Avenger’s success Marvel would have been a big hole as Iron Man, IM2 and Avenger’s have been their only movies that did particularly well. The rest have had mediocre to average success at the boxoffice.

                    • @Ignur

                      No, whether I think a movie is bad, or good is based on what the majority who pay to see these films are thinking. Why do you guys keep insisting that I’m basing my information on what I think personally when I’ve obviously repeated myself more times than I should have about me using facts to back up my claims?

                      Have you ever heard the saying “Majority Rules”? In this instance what that means is that if more people thinks something is good(a movie for example)then 9 out of 10 they’re probably right. Just because you don’t agree with them(like you keep doing with me)doesn’t make them wrong & it certainly doesn’t make you right because you have a difference of opinion.

                      As far as your reasoning for why you feel/think MARVEL has been successful, again, that’s your opinion for which I don’t agree with so I think you know why I won’t even bother challenging you on that subject.

                    • Im not taking sides here on this debate what so ever. But I wanted to get clarification about one thing. That is: How are reviews factual information? Reviews, done by established critics or not, are opinions still. I have a book by Roger Ebert where he takes the piss out of Thor, which got good ratings, but he said it was TERRIBLE. His opinion, right? Just like the good reviews are just opinions. IMO All of our debates and arguments are purely based on opinions. Because if we were to go off of some of the greatest franchises in BO history, then Michael Bay would be in the Top 10 of the greatest directors. Now that’s a fact, Jack! LOL

                    • “No, whether I think a movie is bad, or good is based on what the majority who pay to see these films are thinking. Why do you guys keep insisting that I’m basing my information on what I think personally when I’ve obviously repeated myself more times than I should have about me using facts to back up my claims?

                      Have you ever heard the saying “Majority Rules”? In this instance what that means is that if more people thinks something is good(a movie for example)then 9 out of 10 they’re probably right. Just because you don’t agree with them(like you keep doing with me)doesn’t make them wrong & it certainly doesn’t make you right because you have a difference of opinion.”

                      I’m sorry, but that is every way wrong. “Majority rules”? seriously? this is a movie forum, not Congress. When the “majority” thinks (in their own opinion) that a movie is “good” or “bad”, then all that means is that the “majority” of people share that opinion. But it doesn’t make that opinion a fact.

                    • So I was correct in my statement? STILL not taking sides. :)

                    • Whether it’s fact or not it’s still better than what you think.

                      YAWN! I’m bored now go away. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

                    • @”Whether it’s fact or not it’s still better than what you think”

                      Okay, thank you for letting me know that I should not bother with you anymore. You flip when someone disagrees with you (you should expect that happen), and now you’re acting childish. Again, grow up!!

                    • @Ghost

                      After going through all this ridiculous back & forth you were having with “Mr.Broadway” I kept noticing you constantly telling him to grow up, & on top of that calling HIM immature even though YOU chose was to add fuel to the already large fire by constantly responding to his ridiculous messages.

                      Not to criticize or anything because I don’t want you coming after me now, but that word “Mature” it does work both ways you know.

                  • @ignur we may be the only people on this site who feel the rights should stay were they are. Oh well.

                    • Trey: we may be the only people on this site who feel the rights should stay were they are. Oh well.

                      So that’s 2 people who have no idea what the heck they’re talking about. hmmmmmm

        • @FILTH p.

          HAHAHA!! Very funny man. Very funny indeed. However, you should cheer up. Don’t you know contracts(which MARVEL signed with BOTH Sony & FOX)eventually run out? I’m not saying that deal will end soon. I really don’t know what specific negotiations MARVEL made with those people, but I do know that they will eventually get back what they never should have signed away in the first place.

          • Not as long as they keep making X-men movies they won’t. That’s why Sony lost the rights to Daredevil and how they almost lost the rights to Spider-man. The only reason Daredevil went back to Marvel was b/c they needed to get a film into production by October.

            • @Ghost

              “Not as long as they keep making X-men movies they won’t.”

              UUUUUhhhh! I’m sorry, & your basing that claim on what exactly? Information you don’t have to back your statement up with, or the fact that you have absolutely no idea(and neither do I)about what really was said between both parties behind close doors.

              The FACTS are according to reliable sources is that FOX(not SONY)did indeed loose their rights to maintain control over the DareDevil franchise, but not only for the reason that you gave. MARVEL also gave them a fair option for them to decide upon instead of just handing over those rights. If FOX agreed to give back the rights for MARVEL to use both The Silver Surfer & Galactus then they would have every right to hold on to DareDevil. Giving back “The Devil” was obviously the smarter descision that FOX made & I give them props for doing so.

              Now if only they can make a good Fantastic 4 movie then that whole deal would have been well worth it. We’ll just have to wait & see.

              • Actually, it was common knowledge that Fox had to get a new Daredevil film into production by a certain time, or they would have to give up the rights. And when it was obvious they couldn’t get a film up and running before last October, then eventually gave up and let the time expire. True, Marvel offered to give them more time to get a Daredevil reboot up and running in exchange for the rights to certain characters like Galactus and Silver Surfur. However, that didn’t happen obviously.

                The same is for X-men and Sony for Spider-man. As long as Fox keeps making X-men films (which they have one coming out next year and another in 2014), then they stay at Fox. I’m basing this off common knowledge.

                I’m sure Marvel/Disney would be willing to try and buy them from Fox, but I can promise you the X-men franchise is worth more than Marvel/Disney can afford.

                • @Ghost

                  So let me get this straight. Your “common knowledge” is trying to convince me that if one company keeps on making & distributing a certain property (that RIGHTFULLY BELONGED TO ANOTHER PARTY IN THE FIRST PLACE) that the rightful owner will NEVER get that property back…..EVER!!! Read what you just wrote & then tell me if any of that makes absolutely any sense to you. There’s no such thing as someone keeping anything forever that never belonged to them in the first place.

                  If your “common knowledge” wants to say that they sold them the rights indefinitly then obviously you need your head examined, because that would be completely stupid on MARVELs’ part. About that whole deadline about them making films, I already knew that, however, YOU don’t know if that was the only part of the negotiations because once again……YOU WERE NOT PRESENT DURING ANY OF THESE MEETINGS SO WHAT YOU SAY ISN’T THE BEGGINING NOR THE END OF WHAT REALLY WENT ON BETWEEN THESE PEOPLE!

                  I hope I made myself perfectly clear this time(even though I believed I already did before).

                  • @Broadway: Dude calm yourself. It is actually common knowledge that many property rights have expirations if not utilized within certain periods of times, this is the case for movies, books, etc. This has been the case for lots of movie properties since the beginning of Hollywood. Lots and lots of examples. That’s why Amazing Spiderman was rushed out the way it was, they were desperate to hold onto it. Fox will never let go of X-Men, especially not after a successful reboot, so keep dreaming.

                    As far as ‘research’, I don’t think you know the meaning of that word. You should also stop trying to use it so academically and forcefully in a discussion about comic book movie quality…it looks silly.

                    • WOW! Another know it all here to teach me(or at least try to anyway)about something he thinks he has complete knowledge of. Okay my friend teach me something since you seem to know everything about absolutely nothing.

                      Let me just address everything you stated starting in reverse order(that means from the bottom to the top in case you were confused by what that meant). When you accuse someone of not knowing something much less actually doing it try to have proof(that stuff you seem to neglect having yourself)before making your little accusation. That way you won’t come off as just ASSuming something that isn’t true.

                      “You should also stop trying to use it so academically”. I’m not going to ASSume(notice what I did there,again)that you even know what that word really means so……moving on!

                      If you took the appropriate time to actually read & comprehend what I wrote maybe you wouldn’t be so quick to jump & make claims about conversations looking “silly” when you don’t even know what the discussion was about in the first place.

                      Lastly, in regards to your first piece I’m not even going to waste anymore of my precious time with you, or anyone else about what goes on in the real world of business. So I’m just going to end this(even though I know you won’t)by saying good day sir.

                    • @Broadway

                      Lol

                      @Screenrant

                      Suggestion: Please begin integrating age requirement for posting.

                    • @ScreenRant

                      Please ignore that last persons’ request due to the fact he has no clue what “integrating”(or anything else for that matter)means.

                    • @Screenrant:

                      Yeah! And also because I’m a BIG STUPID HEAD and WAH!

                      Anyway, can’t imagine McAvoy with a bald head. My research tells me that he will get it by Patrick Stewart mind controlling Young X to shave his head for the rest of his life, creating a temporal loop and twist that Old Professor X…ACTUALLY STILL HAS YOUNG JAMES MCAVOY HAIR! Research, yeah!

                    • I’m sure glad Mr.”BIG STUPID HEAD” is finally doing some research. Even if he doesn’t know what that word actually means. HAHAHA!!!

                  • Um, yes. The MOVIE rights (not the entire property) DID (as in past tense) belong to Marvel, but they sold it and Fox now own the rights to make and distribute X-men movies. And as long as they keep making them, Marvel will not get the property back unless they buy them out (which most likely won’t happen)

                    PS: Chill out bro!!!!

                    • All this time(and anger)wasted when that simple(although smart)explanation could have been given a looooonnnnggg time ago.However, I will be looking into this piece of info. for myself. Not because I don’t believe you(well almost)but because I like to have what you people seem to not understand, & would rather take cheap shots at me over……ABSOLUTE CONCRETE PROOF!

                      Oh & “P.S.”…..Don’t tell someone to chill out if your the one bringing all the tension & anger onto yourself!! As a wise man once said……If you can’t stand the heat then get off this website……or at least close your mouth if you have nothing relevant to say.

                    • @”Oh & “P.S.”…..Don’t tell someone to chill out if your the one bringing all the tension & anger onto yourself!! As a wise man once said……If you can’t stand the heat then get off this website……or at least close your mouth if you have nothing relevant to say.”

                      Actually, I’m attempting to have a civilized, mature conversation. You are the one who’s flipping out. Grow up!

                      @”All this time(and anger)wasted when that simple(although smart)explanation could have been given a looooonnnnggg time ago.”

                      Um, I’ve been saying that from they very beginning…..

              • Where are you getting your information. Fox lost gave the rights back because they were going to lose them in 2013 if theydid release another Daredevil film. Read the ScreenRant article with Carnaan and his 70s DD reboot idea.

                • That was fun to read…

        • Well if Mark Miller can help negotiate a deal between Marvel Studios, Fox and the other current copyright holders maybe we won’t have to wait. Sony are already considering the possibility.

          I think Marvel need to allow Sony Pictures to have Robert Downey Junior, Chris Evans or someone else. Maybe have Nick Fury appear in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to recruit him into The Avengers. Marvel need to come up with a deal where Sony’s Marvel films will get as much out of this as they do, that way Sony might be more willing to let Spider-Man appear in The Avengers.

          To be honest I think it won’t work based on the fact that too many characters will in my opinion ruin the film. They only just managed a team of five or six main characters not to mention Nick Fury, Phil Coulson, Loki and then the other minor characters.

          I think Spider-Man should be handled in a Marvel One-Shot, basically Tony Stark has a get together with Stephen Strange, Namor (under a pseudonym), Reed Richards and Charles Xavier basically in a manner similar to the Avenger Illuminati group they have in the comics and they discuss the possibility of Spider-Man joining The Avengers.

          That way you introduce the idea of Tony meeting up behind Captain America’s back with a secret agenda as well as explaining why Spider-Man isn’t in The Avengers 2.

  5. I would love for the two professors to interact. It’d be hilarious if the younger one is like “what happened to our hair?” or if the older one mentions he misses having hair. Also, it’d be awesome to have them mention how odd it is to read their own mind.

    • Old ProfX: “it’s really odd reading my own mind”
      Young ProfX “funny I was just thinking that”
      Old ProfX: “i know”

  6. I always thought Professor-X lost it because of an abusive use of Cerebro.

    • “Lost it”… his HAIR I mean…his hair! :)

      • I thought he lost it because Jean Gray was a b****

        • a damn sexy one at that.

  7. I think its incredible that Singer is doing another Xmen movie!! X2 is still one of my favorite superhero flicks of all time. The almost assassination scene of the pres at the start, magnetos breakout of prison, the attack on xaviers school for the gifted, wolverines backstory with Stryker, pyro roasting all the cops, all these intertwining story-archs were handled imo masterfully. If Singer can channel that talent from X2 into days of future past this could be freaking amazing!! I am extremely excited to see this :D

  8. No mentioned the Dark Knight or a Chris Nolan influence…..hmph How disappointing…. :(

    • Don’t worry. Everyone is secretly thinking about it.

      • LOL!

        • Dark and gritty and grounded

  9. Don’t forget Halle Berry

    • Nah, recast someone cheaper and take the 10M to pay her and put it in the story/special effects. She disnt do much anyways.

  10. I’m just glad I’m not the one who’s derailed this thread (this time) with circular pointless arguments. The only thing I have to add is.. Do any of you guys even lift??

    • Muscle milk is in my blood.

      • LMAO!

      • Be careful @leathercheerio muscle milk lost the rights to “milk” from the dairy consortium and had to change it to “muscle MLK”. No word on whether the rights will ever revert or they buy them out. Lol sorry just had to.

  11. I’m betting my 2 cents that this may actually turn out good. There is still hope and future for the X-Men franchise under Fox’s tutelage as long as they don’t drop the ball (cough… Last Stand & Origins Wolverine). And I agree reverting franchise rights back to Marvel won’t do any good, they can only handle so many films at a time.

    • @Manticore

      “they can only handle so many films at a time.” Yes you’re right they can, but why are you(much like many others)are so quick to assume that if MARVEL had all their property back that they would be unable to do right by them. If MARVEL had all their BIG guns under one roof(Spidey,X-Men,Fantastic 4, & of course Avengers)don’t you think they would spend the appropriate time neccessary to focus on them properly? Those are after all their most successful properties financially.

      Besides that if they did have all their top franchises they wouldn’t have to reduce themselves to using…..shall I say “less than A+ quality characters”…..way less. Since you prefer FOX holding on to their properties(X-Men & Fantastic 4)I guess you are also in favor of them rushing all their movies out the door just to make a deadline which always results in their movies looking like crap 85% of the time.

      • “If MARVEL had all their BIG guns under one roof(Spidey,X-Men,Fantastic 4, & of course Avengers)” — as cool as it may sound, don’t you think it would become too much crowded with so many characters. I mean, we’re already about to see Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man, Wasp and hopefully Black Panther later on. To bring the Spidey, X-Men and the Fantastic Four among them would feel, I don’t know, overblown maybe. Don’t get me wrong, I would love to see these characters under one roof.. its just that I can’t see it happening any time soon.

        • Since you like pulling out quotes & using them against me let me give you one that you obviously either forgot to read/mention or just plain didn’t understand.”Besides that if they did have all their top franchises they wouldn’t have to reduce themselves to using…..shall I say “less than A+ quality characters”…..way less.”
          What that means is since you probably didn’t understand what I meant is that with their more “important” personel they wouldn’t have to focus so much attention on characters who the majority of people could care less to see on the big screen. You know…..characters like Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man, Wasp,Black Panther……oh wait a sec. those are the exact same people you put in your comment section so you did understand what I meant even though you still chose to attack me uneccessarily with your rude comment.

          Nice talking with ya…..FRIEND!

      • ‘I guess you are also in favor of them rushing all their movies out the door just to make a deadline which always results in their movies looking like crap 85% of the time’ – Is that ‘FACT’ COMMON KNOWLEDGE’ or ‘OPINION’ or zzzzzzzzzzzzz I fell asleep!

        The 2012 Award for the Screen Ranter who will not Give Up on their Opinion goes to………….Broadway, FACT, congratulations sir! ;-)

        • I would respond to your ridiculous & unnecessary comment only if it was relevant to me, & if you want to know what else doesn’t matter on this website then that too is very easy to find…….go look in the mirror.

          • Just shut up already, you are not capable of conversing like an adult. Go play with your legos or something.

  12. Remember back in the day before shared universes… I sure do. I miss that.

    • For a moment there, I thought you said “Shaved Universe”

      • Was that a spin on the bald Prof X talk?

  13. Would be funny if young Xavier meets old Xavier and looks at his bald head !
    Old Xavier replying ” its a long story,ask me later ! :)

    Maybe then something happens during the film ..a beam on his head to extract his knowledge..and boom,all hear gone !

    • Actually, I think the movie is going to about Future Charles Xavier sending his mind back in time so he can warn Young Xavier about his hair loss :P

      • I can hear Patrick Stewart saying something comical about that lol

  14. I think Professor X Lost his hair due to….Low testosterone in his body.

  15. So much bickering here today. Why can’t we be friends?

    • @Kels

      I know right. So much back & forth over nonsense that means very little in peoples’ lives. Can’t we all be civilized here?

  16. If they don’t know who is going to be cast in the movie how finished is the script?

  17. How about we explain his baldness due to old age.

    Seriously WTF??

    • Seriously, should this even be addressed at this point? His baldness a plot point… Eesh talk about focusing on the wrong stuff when building a compelling story. 5 bucks they pull a “rogue” on him at the movie’s pivotal moment.

      • If they don’t know who is even going to be cast yet I don’t how they are working on a coherent script. And if Xavier’s hair loss becomes one of the biggest concerns with the story then it might be a long and bumpy ride…

        • Hehe right on. Get tr feeling its the actor just poking fun at it and do hope the mention of the hair thing is just a fee remarks here and there for levity. The whole physical change sue to a pivotal plot point was done with Rogue’s signature hair in X1 and felt cheezy. Find it funny that the writers actually try and accomodate the actors.. Idk that dorsnt strike me as a good thing.. For this genre anyways, acors tend to have loopy ideas, maybe thats why stuff in the xmen singerverse if so out of canon.

  18. Hope that Broadway dude is feeling better.

  19. I think he loses his Hair when Mistyque injects him with the syringe that has the syrem that Hank Made . just a thought

  20. In First Class Hank suggested that he shave his head to use Cerebro better. It makes sense that he does that to get a step ahead of Magneto and or Emma recruiting more new mutants.

  21. Don’t know about Xavier, but I do know that my son (BIG XMen fan) has been pulling his hair out by the handful since the first movie due to the deviation from the comic books. Me, on the other hand, though I read the comic books, I am not so fervent a fan that I can’t let go and enjoy the movies for what they are. I do object to them killing off Xavier in Last Stand. He’s too important a character to lose as is Cyclops. I expect the producers to find a way to bring him back as well.

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