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James McAvoy Will Finally Be Bald in "X-Men: Apocalypse"

Posted: September 12th, 2014 by WorstPreviews.com Staff
James McAvoy Will Finally Be Bald in "X-Men: Apocalypse"Submit Comment
We've seen James McAvoy play Charles Xavier in "X-Men: First Class" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past." And while we've seen him in a wheelchair, he has yet to lose his hair and look more like Patrick Stewart, who plays an older version of Xavier.

But in a new interview with The Huffington Post, the actor revealed that he'll be bald in "X-Men: Apocalypse," the next installment in the franchise. "I'll be older in this one," said McAvoy. "[And] I think I'm losing my hair finally."

Little is known about "X-Men: Apocalypse," except that it will take place in the 1980s and focus mostly on the cast members from "X-Men: First Class." The new movie is set to hit theaters on May 27th, 2016.

Source: The Huffington Post


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propermelt writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 6:13:29 AM

I actually enjoyed DOFP, looking forward to the next installment
Minkοwski writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 6:16:21 AM

Well I'd hope so, since he eventually turns into Captain Picard.
Minkοwski writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 6:23:44 AM

Strange to see how they're going to who us how they reconcile the future timeline with the past timeline. And since we know how it turns out, there should not be many surprises like major character deaths. Kind of stupid where they've gone with this series, but that's FOX who has never had much of a gameplane when it comes to movie series.
Minkοwski writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 6:30:38 AM

*show
Minkοwski writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 6:32:48 AM

Really, I find it very, very odd that these mutants can spew flames and build giant robots and see deep into the minds of every living person, mutant or otherwise, yet they cannot, cannot find a cure for baldness.

Hell, I devised a mchine that would implant synthetic hair myself, yet Beast can't give Picard some nice locks to go with those sharp French cheekbones?
Papillon writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 6:33:06 AM

So, this news is about McAvoy loosing his hair and he's going to be as bald as a coot.


Interesting.
Minkοwski writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 6:34:13 AM

A nice non-bald Picard is all I'm saying, and some legs, because he's too awesome to look like Mr Clean's and Stephen Hawking's reatrded love child.

Know what I'm saying, Verne?
BJsforeveryone writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 6:47:01 AM

Was disappointed of the previous movie but from the short endcredit- scene, Apocalypse looks badass , so there is hope !
Hope I will finally enjoy an x-men flick
Fakekowski writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 6:47:08 AM

8th

Hey you sunglasses-clad sh*t! It's "Know what I mean, Vern?"

Get your f*cking quotes right or don't use them at all.

The Ernest movies are a million times better than all this comic sh*t!
Fakekowski writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 6:47:44 AM

9th!
propermelt writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 6:56:06 AM

@BJ

What didn't you like about DOFP mate?
BJsforeveryone writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 7:10:59 AM

1. Jennifer Lawrence (think she is a hyped actress)
2. Not too fond of the whole 70's scenery ( the future looked great and loved the future Sentinels but it was simply not enough part of the film )
3. Not satisfied about the Mystique/McGuffin plot !

McAvoy and Fassbender delivered solid acting like always but the whole movie felt kinda rushed, somehow !
-Glad You liked it mate !!
boogiel writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 7:17:42 AM

I can see this comin'


propermelt writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 7:21:22 AM

@BJ

It was no X2, but so much better than X3!
BadChadB33 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 8:18:15 AM

Wow, he may be bald?? I'm totally blown away here!!



Hence my sarcasm.
Tanman32123 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 9:49:56 AM

15th! I'm so cool and interesting!
Sort of like this news ahardeeharhar
Tanman32123 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 9:51:56 AM

Also, I still haven't seen the last one.
Deaft0ne writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 10:38:32 AM

@Crambo

Lol, DoFP was not sh*t, it's as good as the first film and First Class but not better than X2.

Fassbender actually got to play Magneto as the conflicted and twisted badass he is in the comics.

Also McAvoy is a great choice for younger Xavier. I'd compare it to the casting of RDJ as Tony Stark/Iron-Man.

The sh*tty X-Men movies are Last Stand and Origins: Wolverine, but certainly not DoFP.
Deaft0ne writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 10:47:09 AM

@Crambo

So you hate the first 2 X-Men movies that Singer directed?
Bandolero998 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 11:25:34 AM

Wolverine was so wasted in dofp.he just got paid to be buff.beast and mystique had all the action

I felt like it was terminator on the xmen universe.magneto was badass though

Quicksilver should of helped out at the end instead of watching the news
Sleuth1989 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 11:26:01 AM

@Deaft0ne
I swear I am this close to actually seeing DOFP finally but yeah it's pretty much been unanimous that Fassbender and McAvoy ruled the film (McAvoy in particular), the action and humor was good, and the story is somewhat back and forth. Some say it had a symphonic ending, others said that it had A LOT of plot holes and bad writing but that it was so much fun to ignore it...frankly if it's the latter that's a sh*tty reason to give a movie great reviews. LOL But overall yeah I hear it's good.
Bandolero998 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 11:27:42 AM

Too many mutant useless cameos like havoks and toads.

Bishop too whoever played him sucked ballz
Cannon writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 12:13:29 PM


Of course Xavier will be bald. It's the 1980s: he'll contract AIDS from having too much gay sex.



Brian Singer set to return.
Cinemaisdead writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 12:22:41 PM

Should have been at least receding in the last film unless they're gonna have him get raped by some mutant who turns people bald after they spunk.

Also Mink- why does your profile say you only have 500 views?
Bandolero998 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 12:32:19 PM

Remember when we used to like movies? Why does this site attract such cynicism? I'm a fan of movies, and I'm usually supportive of Hollywood films, primarily, because I want them to keep producing big movies. Why not take a positive outlook when Hollywood announces its next feature? Why does everyone on this site start their post with "This is gonna blow" or "Go f*ck yourself [enter name of any director]"? I just don't get the negative hype.


Bandolero998 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 12:38:59 PM

I didn't quite get the ending when the dying man kept saying something about leaving the keys in the car (thought he was referring to the car he used to drive up to the house) until I had a moment and realized that he thought that was the mistake that led to his current dilemma, which meant then that even as he lay dying he didn't understand that his first act of revenge is where he went wrong, and not when he left the keys in the car, thus taking his revenge to the grave while the other young man walked away clean, as you can see by him dropping the gun.

A cleverly-written movie with a nice bit of verbal misdirection that hinted the protagonist never grasped his mortal I didn't quite get the ending when the dying man kept saying something about leaving the keys in the car (thought he was referring to the car he used to drive up to the house) until I had a moment and realized that he thought that was the mistake that led to his current dilemma, which meant then that even as he lay dying he didn't understand that his first act of revenge is where he went wrong, and not when he left the keys in the car, thus taking his revenge to the grave while the other young man walked away clean, as you can see by him dropping the gun.

A cleverly-written movie with a nice bit of verbal misdirection that hinted the protagonist never grasped his mortal mistake.

Bandolero998 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 12:39:43 PM

I f*ckjng love blue ruin
Papillon writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 12:45:19 PM

^ ^ That's Not the real Bando btw!
Deaft0ne writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 12:45:59 PM

@Sleuth

Yeah you need to watch DoFP already. You will probably even be able to tolerate J-Law as Mystique. She did a decent job as the character.
Deaft0ne writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 12:47:45 PM

@bullitt

It looks like bando is pasting a post from mink or triggax about Blue Ruin or something. He didn't type that.
Papillon writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 12:52:39 PM

@Deaf

The real Bando doesn't care about grammar and spelling unlike the fake one which is Very similar to mink's writing.


And DoFP was good enough overall especially with the acting from the ones you mentioned. 7/10!
Phoenix Fire writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 1:02:44 PM

Starting to lose your hair is NOT bald. Pay attention to detail.
Bandolero998 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 1:41:32 PM

New Keanu reeves movie
http://www.latino-review.com/news/trailer-hits-for-john-wick-the-action-thriller-starring-keanu-reeves
Max Rockatansky Junior writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 1:53:12 PM

If you are looking for the blueprint needed for X-Men: Apocolypse, then here it is:

Legion (David Haller), a psionic mutant on Earth and son of Professor Charles Xavier, travels back in time with the intention of killing Magneto. However, Legion traveled to a time when Magneto and Xavier were still friends. As Xavier dies trying to protect Magneto, Legion vanishes, and a new time-line is created. The only person aware of how history has changed is Bishop, a time traveling mutant who followed Legion.

Because of Xavier's sacrifice, Magneto comes to believe in his late friend's dream of a peaceful coexistence between humans and mutants. Apocalypse, an immortal mutant villain, was monitoring the fight. He chooses this moment as the perfect time to begin his world conquest, which did not happen in the mainstream Marvel universe for another ten years.

Magneto assembles the X-Men just as Apocalypse begins his war. Despite the X-Men's resistance, Apocalypse conquers all of North America and eventually mutants are considered the ruling class. Apocalypse also initiated a genocidal campaign called "cullings" killing millions of humans. To further ensure that no one was left to challenge him or undo the circ*mstances that led to his reign, he had everyone with telepathic or chronal abilities hunted down. Meanwhile, the changes in the time-line result in a destructive crystallization wave created by the M'Kraan Crystal.

X-Men: Alpha[edit]
X-Men: Alpha was published in January, 1995, and launched the "Age of Apocalypse" crossover story. It briefly shows readers how many popular X-Men characters have changed in this new world. Bishop is reunited with Magneto while retaining fragmented memories of the true time-line. Magneto then assigns his X-Men and their allies with different missions. Some are to gather the forces needed to change history; while others will continue resisting Apocalypse. The story continues in eight interlocking miniseries, each focusing on a different team of X-Men or other mutant forces. Each miniseries temporarily replaced one of the monthly X-Men titles being published at the time.

X-Calibre[edit]
X-Calibre is a team built around Nightcrawler, who is sent by Magneto to locate Destiny, a mutant capable of seeing into the future, so that she can verify Bishop's story. Nightcrawler must travel to Avalon, a secret refuge where mutants and humans live together in peace. Along his journey, he encounters John Proudstar, the monk Cain, the pirate Callisto, and his mother Mystique. The chief antagonists for Nightcrawler's journey consist of the Pale Riders, a trio of Apocalypse's servants made up of Moonstar, Damask, Dead Man Wade and the Shadow King. Nightcrawler's team consists of Mystique, Switchback, and later Damask, who joins Nightcrawler after realizing the beauty Avalon has to offer. The X-Calibre series gets its name from an in-joke between Nightcrawler and his mother, Mystique, because of the caliber of bullets she uses, simply stamped with an X. This title replaced Excalibur.

Gambit and the X-Ternals[edit]
Gambit's X-Ternals consist of Sunspot, Jubilee, Strong Guy, and Lila Cheney. They are sent deep into space using Lila's teleportation in order to retrieve a shard of the M'Kraan Crystal, essential to the verification of Bishop's alternate reality. The X-Ternals are pursued by Rictor, a henchman of Apocalypse desperate to earn his master's praise by killing Gambit. Upon reaching Shi'ar space, the X-ternals fight the Imperial Guard in order to retrieve the crystal shard. Upon their return to Earth, Strong Guy betrays the team, not only stealing the M'Kraan Crystal, but also kidnapping Magneto's son, Charles. This title replaced X-Force.

Generation Next[edit]
Generation Next consists of a young group of mutant students trained by the husband and wife team of Colossus and Shadowcat. They consist of Chamber, Husk, Mondo, Vincente Cimetta, and Skin. They are sent by Magneto into the Seattle Core to rescue Colossus' sister, Illyana, who is the last surviving transdimensional teleporter. Illyana is a slave of the Sugar Man, one of Apocalypse's prefects and ruler of the Seattle Core. Mondo finds Illyana and secrets her inside of his body, intending to smuggle her out at shift change. When Mondo is found out, the ensuing fight finds the Sugar Man killing Mondo with a blast from his tongue, exposing the rest of Generation Next. While fighting a near hopeless battle, Generation Next is left for dead by Colossus, who sacrifices them in order to save his sister. This title replaced Generation X.

Astonishing X-Men[edit]
The Astonishing X-Men are led by Rogue (Magneto's wife) and consist of Sabretooth, Blink, Wild Child, Morph, and Sunfire. They are sent by Magneto to stop the cullings, which are being undertaken by Holocaust, Apocalypse's son and one of his horsemen. While helping with the evacuation and protection of humans, Sabretooth asks Blink to teleport him to Holocaust's location, which she reluctantly does. Sabretooth and Holocaust fight a vicious duel, but Sabretooth is defeated and seemingly killed, to Blink's horror. (Sabretooth had rescued Blink from Mr. Sinister, and she had come to see him as her dearest friend and mentor.) The team then fight Holocaust and his Infinites, destroying his factory. Holocaust manages to escape, however, and the team returns to Xavier's mansion, where Rogue learns that both her son and her husband have been captured. Sabretooth is revealed by Iceman to have survived the battle, to Blink's delight. This title replaced Uncanny X-Men.

Amazing X-Men[edit]
The Amazing X-Men consist of team leader Quicksilver and Storm, Dazzler, Banshee, Iceman, and Exodus. The team is sent to Maine by Magneto to aid in the evacuation of humanity to Europe. During this mission, the team fights Apocalypse's Brotherhood of Chaos, as well as the Horseman Abyss, who is defeated (but not killed) by Banshee. During their absence from the Xavier Mansion, Magneto and Bishop are attacked by Apocalypse himself, who captures them both. Fulfilling their mission, Quicksilver splits up his team to help the other X-Men: sending Iceman to rendezvous with Rogue's team (the Astonishing X-Men) and Dazzler and Exodus to find Magneto's son, Charles. Finally, Quicksilver, Storm, and Banshee go to rescue Bishop, who is in the hands of the Madri, Apocalypse's priests. This title replaced X-Men.

Weapon X[edit]
Weapon X (Logan) and his lover Jean Grey are depicted in this series carrying out missions for the Human High Council. Jean and Weapon X drift apart, as the Human High Council intends to launch a nuclear strike on the U.S. as Jean is appalled by the loss of life it would cause. After Weapon X concludes a battle with Donald Pierce, Jean leaves to help evacuate the U.S., bidding a tearful farewell to Logan. Weapon X is then sent to recruit Gateway, whose teleportation ability is necessary to bring the fleet to America. As the fleet leaves, Weapon X decides to join them, if only to find Jean somewhere in America before the bombs are dropped. This title replaced Wolverine.

Factor X[edit]
Factor X consists of the Elite Mutant Force (EMF), who serve Apocalypse. They are split into five sibling groups: Cyclops and Havok (Scott and Alex Summers), Emplate and the Twins (Marius, Nicole, and Claudette St. Croix), Cannonball and Amazon (Sam and Elizabeth Guthrie), the Bedlam Brothers (Jesse and Terrence Aaronson), and Aurora and Northstar (Jean-Marie and Jean-Paul Beaubier). The EMF is tasked with maintaining control of Apocalypse's breeding pens, where people are imprisoned, tortured, and experimented on by the Beast, also a member of the EMF. Havok, jealous of his brother's leadership role, discovers that Cyclops is a traitor who has been helping people escape the pens; and in one such escape attempt, both Aurora and Northstar are seriously injured. Havok then exposes Cyclops and attempts to kill him, but Cyclops escapes with the aid of Jean Grey, who has arrived to evacuate as many people as she can before the Human High Council's nuclear strike. The Bedlam Brothers also choose to side with Cyclops, and they successfully defeat both Amazon and Cannonball. Cyclops and Jean defeat Havok, and as they lead the freed prisoners out of the pens, Havok is determined to kill his brother. This title replaced X-Factor.

X-Man[edit]
The protagonist of X-Man is Nate Grey, a mutant born of Cyclops' and Jean Grey's DNA, and the most powerful telekinetic in the world. He lives under the guidance of his father figure Forge, who leads a group of outcasts consisting of Mastermind, Toad, Brute, and Sauron, who attack trains and factories of Apocalypse while masquerading as a theatre troupe. During their missions, they rescue Sonique from imprisonment, who joins the team and becomes Nate's girlfriend. They also encounter the mysterious Essex, who encourages Nate to unleash his full potential, against Forge's advice. Realizing Essex is not what he seems, Brute is killed by Essex before he can warn the others. The troupe is then attacked by Apocalypse's Bounty Hunters which consist of Domino and her allies, Caliban and Grizzly, who have been sent by Apocalypse to either recruit or destroy Nate. During the battle, Toad and Mastermind are both killed, as are Domino and her teammates. Forge then realizes Essex is a traitor, and is attacked by him, dying in Nate's arms. Essex then reveals himself to be Mister Sinister, another of Apocalypse's horsemen, who created Nate in his lab. Defeating Sinister, Nate decides to leave Sauron and Sonique while he goes to confront Apocalypse personally and avenge Forge's death. This title replaced Cable.

X-Universe[edit]
The X-Universe two-issue limited series focuses on a group of agents of the Human High Council fighting Mikhail Rasputin, the fourth Horseman of Apocalypse, who has hypnotized masses of humans in Europe through a catatonic Empath. Mikhail is also served by "Keeper" Murdock, a blind human who takes care of Empath and keeps him alive. A group of humans (Tony Stark, Gwen Stacy, Don Blake, Susan Storm, Ben Grimm, and Victor von Doom) attempt to stop Mikhail by willingly being taken prisoner, only to be reawakened through a ruse undertaken by Stark. They then steal the weapons on board the ship and destroy Mikhail's tower that blocks the evacuation of the human survivors. During these events, the Thing, a monster resembling the Earth-616 Gray Hulk, fights against the human heroes. Once he reverts to Bruce Banner, however, the Thing aids the humans. Finally Don Blake kills Mikhail, dying in the process. Doom then rescues the surviving members of the Human High Council and the story ends with the humans successfully evacuating as Apocalypse launches a massive attack. This title replaces X-Men Unlimited.

X-Men: Omega[edit]
The final part of the event begins with Magneto battling Apocalypse. The remaining X-Men invade Apocalypse's stronghold using Blink's teleportation and capture the Beast. Meanwhile, the Angel, no longer trusted by Apocalypse, decides to switch sides and, after fighting off the Infinites, sacrifices himself by flying into Apocalypse's force field generator and destroying it. This allows Nate Grey to enter Apocalypse's citadel. As the nuclear attack wipes out half of Apocalypse's western kingdom, he decides to kill Magneto. However Nate arrives and, along with Magneto, prepares to battle Apocalypse and Holocaust.

Magneto is freed during the X-Men's attack and orders Destiny to enter the M'Kraan Crystal with Illyana in order to send Bishop to the past, preventing the Age of Apocalypse from ever occurring. Colossus is furious with this decision, as he fears losing Illyana again, but she wants to do as Magneto wishes. Destiny, Illyana, and Bishop carry out their plan while Magneto resumes his fight with Apocalypse, Nate battles Holocaust and the X-Men continue their battle against Apocalypse's minions.

Meanwhile, Jean and Cyclops are leading the prisoners of the breeding pens to safety. She then uses her telekinetic powers to keep the Human High Council's bombs from dropping on the area. However Havok arrives, kills Jean Grey and shoots Cyclops, before Logan, arriving via parachute, kills Havok. As Jean dies, Logan sadly realizes that Jean Grey "is no Phoenix."

Illyana and Destiny successfully send Bishop to the past where he kills Legion. Colossus, insane and fearing for Illyana, rushes to reach her, destroying everything in his path, including Iceman and killing Shadowcat. Gambit then injures him from behind. As Colossus realises what he had done, reverts to his human self and dies just as Illyana returns to tell her brother that she has succeeded. Nate and Holocaust continue their fight, and Nate stabs him with a shard of the M'Kraan Crystal. Magneto kills Apocalypse by magnetically ripping him in half.

The comic ends with Magneto standing over the ruins of the citadel, watching as the world around them ends. He hopes that Bishop's success makes their world mere memories before the bombs reach them. He stands with Rogue and his son and thanks Charles Xavier for being in his life, as the nuclear destruction eventually engulfs them in a bright light. The Age of Apocalypse, and all memory of it, was seemingly erased with the prevention of Xavier's assassination and the restoration of the Earth-616 timeline.
Max Rockatansky Junior writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 2:04:52 PM

Does a movie audience member who watches movies based on comic books really expect for the movies to have the smooth evolution that you see in those books, which seem to regurgitate the same stories under the guise of keeping up with the times ?

Nope.

James McAvoy going bald in X-Men Apocolypse? Okay, I'm game.

Can they scalp him during the movie ? The reason I ask is because although James definitely has chops, his physical similarity to Patrick Stewart leaves something to be desired. I mean, if you think that Thomas Hardy looked more like a younger Jean Luc Picard than James McAvoy looking like a younger Charles Xavier is so blatant.

Max Rockatansky Junior writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 2:10:21 PM

They seriously need to drop the idea of doing Apocalypse and do a story either based on the stories based on The Brood or Mojo.

Those would be very interesting to see.
rninkowski writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 3:22:07 PM

I c*mmed in my dad's teeth cause he spit on my balls wrong. So I had to suck his d*ck hard.
rninkowski writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 3:28:02 PM

Who wants my baby j*zz? First c*m first j*zz meal. Mmmmm slag whore.
Tanman32123 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 3:37:23 PM

Raise your hand If you've got to much time on them!
Sleuth1989 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 4:47:56 PM

@Deaft0ne
Well yeah she's a half naked, pissed off woman. That's her bread and butter and for once I support it because Mystiqur is not a super complex character. LOL If anything I tolerate her in it's the X-Men films although she'll never be Romijn with that snake-like body language and that awesome focused hatred in her eyes.
BadChadB33 writes:
on September 12th, 2014 at 4:55:35 PM

Mink- vindy is that you??
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on September 12th, 2014 at 9:28:31 PM

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