Shame actor Michael Fassbender has revealed what he would like to see from the possible sequel to the 2011 movie X-Men: First Class. Michael stated that her hopes that the friendship between Magneto and Professor X (James McAvoy) will be kept alive, as the two have always remained friends despite their differences.
Fassbender explained, "You know what's interesting about Magneto and Professor X from the comic books as well, is there's such a complexity to their relationship. It's not just like clear-cut enemies, they're best friends as well. In the comic books, even after they've had this sort of rift, Professor X asks Magneto to come back and look after the students at certain points.”
He added, "I think there's always that complexity in their relationship and we want to keep that alive as possible, because that's I think a really interesting thing, the conflict there. I get where Magneto is coming from, that's for sure, having read the source material, the comic books. From what we know with human beings, history has told us that we're a pretty destructive race, so you can see where he's coming from.”
Michael concluded, "It's always interesting for me to have the villains doing positive things as well as negative or destructive things. I just think it's more realistic." Michael Fassbender has previously revealed that he is excited by the prospect of an X-Men: First Class sequel and he believes that it will definitely happen.