‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Star James McAvoy Reveals The Secret Behind His Hair Loss In The Movie
There have been many ways by which one can clearly differentiate between Charles Xavier version of James McAvoy from the one of Patrick Stewart’s in “X-Men” films. One of the most terrific ways has been to see the hairstyles, compare them and laugh upon them. Jokes apart! While James has been famous for the bunch of hair on his head, the other one has a lesser quantity. Well, the next part of “X-Men” franchise is surely going to provide us with certain new looks of Xavier. Read On!
For promoting his new film, Victor Frankenstein has been seen on the sets of “The Graham Norton Show,” accompanied by Daniel Radcliffe. In between the discussions, when the “X-Men” was being talked about, McAvoy revealed the story behind Xavier’s hair loss. That has been again a big feast for the show’s audiences and Xavier’s fans.
The star said, “He ends up going through something so horrible and physically painful that he literally half pulls his hair out/half it falls out. Maybe, or maybe not…I just shit myself because I know Fox Studios who own me might be angry with me for sharing that.”
It is believed that Professor’s hair loss phenomenon might be related to certain traumatic events that caused his hair to take new shape, rather most of them would fall with deep side effects. If we look back to the “First Class” teasers, it has been depicted that with age the professor will be left with no hair.
However, in the upcoming film the case is not the same. This time it is expected to be a less natural phenomenon. We also saw how the professor was left half-paralyzed at the end of “First Class.” In the next part, his role is definitely going to be an interesting one like it has been ever since the origin of X-Men.
Photo Source: Facebook/James McAvoy