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Two behind-the-scenes photos from the 20th Century Fox movie feature McAvoy and Radcliffe as the titular mad scientist and his assistant Igor respectively.
McAvoy joked about fellow nominee Jack O'Connell, saying it would be 'embarrassing to lose it to an English guy.'
The actor who plays a younger Professor X says his character will finally lose his hair in the 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' sequel.
The actors gave an Oscar-worthy performance as a married couple who went through some dark stages in this Ned Benson-directed and written drama.
The 'Wanted' actor will join forces with Daniel Radcliffe in the Paul McGuigan pic, while the 'Signs' actress is expected to be Arnold Schwarzenegger's on-screen kid in Henry Hobson's film.
The 'Wanted' actor reveals he will reunite with the Nightcrawler of 'X-Men: First Class' in the sequel to be helmed by Bryan Singer.
The 'My Prerogative' singer is sentenced to 55 days in jail after pleading no contest for third DUI case.
McAvoy claims that he and Patrick Stewart won't be working directly for the 'X-Men: First Class' sequel, adding, 'I don't think we get any scenes together, sadly.'
The 'X-Men: First Class' actor is reportedly circling the leading role of Eric Draven in Relativity Media's remake of 'The Crow'.
James McAvoy's wife Anne-Marie Duff has spoken for the first time about the couple's baby son, Brendan, calling the tot 'the most beautiful creature in the world'.
Lucrezia learns how to please her future spouse, but the Borgias' tawdry behavior sullies her lavish nuptials.
Michael J. Fox reunited with his 'Family Ties' co-stars when receiving the Fan Favorite Award from comedian Ben Stiller.
Lead star Robin Wright Penn attended the first theatrical screening supported by James McAvoy, Evan Rachel Wood, and Alexis Bledel among others.
Moreover, producers are allegedly having troubles to find places for Snooki and the gang to party at because Italian nightclubs and hotels won't let them film the show there.
While he is not sure whether James will join the big screen version of Leo Tolstoy's novel, director Joe Wright insists he is waiting for Saoirse and James' confirmation.