James McAvoy

"The Late Late Show" host took the stars of "X-Men: Dark Phoenix" on a real trip around the English capital.
"I'm ready to find love with one of these randos," declares "Dolton."
M. Night Shyamalan's joint sequel to "Unbreakable" and "Split" plays around with the genre's tropes only to remind us that they are inevitable.
Our first official look at the long-awaited “Unbreakable” sequel starring Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis is here.
Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Isaiah Mustafa and Bill Hader assemble for the Stephen King sequel.
True, it is overstuffed, a favorite word used by most critics. Even so, things do coalesce. Bryan Singer as director and Simon Kinberg who crafted the screenplay did very well on this go around by also producing a more muscular film.
While I eventually became uninterested in the original X-Men movies, X-Men: Apocalypse now has me excited and curious to see where this franchise might go, how screenwriters will weave the storyline into recent history, and how its talented cast might reinvent and deepen their characters.
However, when Apocalypse is wakened from his slumber in Egypt and seeks to reshape the Earth in his image, Xavier must reconnect
It's the best of the bunch. In a season of crime fighter against crime fighter, super power vs. super power films, this mutant-on-mutant spectacular has the most depth, innovation, majesty and visual wonder.
"Art is not just a part of my life. It IS my life. It gives me breath. We are eternally entwined." This is the mantra of Scottish artist Ciara McAvoy, a painter renowned for her stunning oil work
James McAvoy is finally transforming for his role as Young Professor X. The change comes for the upcoming "X-Men: Apocalypse
When Peter Barnes decided the ruling English class was nutty, he created Jack Gurney and wrote The Ruling Class, a hellzapoppin satire during most of which Gurney (James McAvoy) contends he's Jesus.
James McAvoy joins HuffPost Live and discusses Scotland's battle for independence.
Having previously flubbed the introduction of a new, younger Professor X and Magneto (James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender, respectively) in X-Men: First Class, the producers clearly wanted to recover a bit of the franchise's mojo.
The director (Bryan Singer) understands emotional storytelling -- betrayal, trust, unexpected heroism and backstabbing and