X-Men: First Class star James McAvoy was asked by Total Film about the potential sequel to the film, which earned $352.6 million worldwide. He addresses how they have to be careful moving forward as to still be different than the first three X-Men movies.
"I've spoken to Matthew [Vaughn] about ideas, but I can't tell you what they are because they may or may not be the story. One thing I liked about our one was that it was different from the other three films where the X-Men are the good guys, Wolverine's figuring out who he is and Magneto is the bad guy," he said.
"This was a completely different thing. Magneto wasn't a bad guy, we were friends. We're now set up to go back to the way the other movies are, so we've got to try to be cleverer than that."
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