Michael Fassbender Wants More Professor X In 'X-Men: First Class' Sequel

The last we heard about a sequel to this past summer's well-received "X-Men: First Class," Simon Kinberg had been hired to pen the follow-up. Now, one of the stars of the film, Michael Fassbender, has shared his feelings on a potential sequel with MTV News.

When asked about whether he saw Magneto, nee Erik Lehnsherr, as a true bad guy after the first one's finale, he said he wasn't so sure. "I don't think he's a bad guy. I think he's all right, isn't he?" he said. "Human beings having been doing some bad sh-- to him."

Fassbender has talked about his enthusiasm for a sequel before, but spoke mostly in generalities about what could be next for the mutants. What Fassbender wants to see most has to do with his co-star, James McAvoy's character, Charles Xavier.

"I'm very interested to see where we pick up with Charles Xavier, to be honest. In the film we just did, 'First Class,' we got to see how Magneto becomes Magneto, how he leaves Erik behind and takes on the persona of Magneto," Fassbender said. "We've yet to see how Charles develops into Professor X. I think that's going to be interesting to take a look at."

When MTV News spoke with Fassbender before, the actor mentioned that he and McAvoy had formulated some of their own ideas for a sequel. During the most recent interview, he still expressed interest in getting some of those thoughts in front of the camera.

"I bumped into James literally just before I came over to the States to do all this press, and we're both pretty keen to sit down with [the director] Matthew [Vaughn]," he said. "Hopefully Matthew's going to be interested in doing the next one, if that's the case, and really getting in there at the ground level with the writer and get some of our ideas in there."

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