Though "X-Men: First Class 2" is due out in theaters in July 2014, there's little we know about the upcoming project. What new villains will the movie introduce? New mutants? New powers? And just how at odds will Charles Xavier and Magneto be this time around?
He might not have had those answers, but "X-Men: First Class" star Lucas Till had his own set of suggestions for the sequel's plot. IGN caught up with the actor (who played Havoc in Fox's "X-Men" reboot) at E3 last week, and Till admitted that he wanted his comic book love interest to make her way into the second film.
"I want Polaris in there. I want a sexy green-haired girl to fall in love with," he said. "That's all I'm asking for."
Well, that's actually not all he's asking for. Apparently Till also wasn't a fan of the way that Havoc's powers were portrayed in "X-Men: First Class."
"I don't know if you saw, but Havok shoots hula hoops out of his body. I remember when [director Matthew Vaughn] told me, and I was like, 'NOOOO!' It's going to ruin it for all the fans of Havok," he said. "I tried to make the best of it, but I really hope in the next one that the chest piece -- because there's always that circle in the middle so you could tell where his power level was at -- but not necessarily used as a device to channel the energy from. I want some gauntlets or something to shoot it out of my hands."
Somehow we think that Vaughn can accommodate that for the sequel, which starts shooting in January. But the Polaris storyline might be a bit harder to swing. In the comics, Polaris was the daughter of Magneto, a plotline that wouldn't really work in this "X-Men" universe. Vaughn could make an alteration to her origin the same way he never addressed the fact that Havoc is actually Cyclops' brother, but that might be a bit of a stretch for fans of the comics. Our fingers are crossed for Till, though, since he seems pretty dead set on having a love interest in this movie.
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