James McAvoy is a very busy man. With a firm foothold in geek territory as Charles Xavier in the new X-Men movies, a lead role in Welcome to the Punch and Danny Boyle’s new film Trance he is also tearing up the boards in Macbeth in the West End. As an obvious consequence his name is attached to many projects swirling around in the filmic ether.
During an interview with Getty Images Entertainment to promote new movie Welcome To The Punch he also addressed a number of other projects he’s been linked to including The Crow remake.
He’s revealed: “The X-Men script? It’s in my inbox… I’ve still got to read it. I’m very excited about it but I’ve just been doing so much of this (interviews) and working at night (in Macbeth in London’s West End) so I’m starting work »
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