'X-Men': Watch Magneto And Professor X Lie To Our Faces

Their mutant power is deception. And giggles.

By Josh Horowitz

After two movies and an exhaustive press tour that had them talking (and sometimes dancing) through many countries, James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender have reached the finish line. "X-Men: Days of Future Past" is out in theaters and raking in tons of dough from mutants and lowly homo sapiens alike.

But we couldn't let the two leading men go without putting them through one last challenge. The likes of Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, and Ryan Reynolds have been guests on "The Yes/No Show" before, but this was a first go round for these two. They fared well, even as they admitted to traumatic childhood nicknames (let's all shed a tear for Fatbender), fake accents (Ewan McGregor is from where?!?), and jealousies among the cast (sorry, James, we can't all have a cape).