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McAvoy kept declining them, however, and it was not until six years later that the two worked together.
It is one of the highest-rated programmes to be aired on the channel. McAvoy assessed his character to be a "completely selfish prick".
He later recalled being considered the "runt of the litter" of those who tested, but ultimately got the role in late since the studio "wanted someone geeky". It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
He later admitted that he was not very interested in acting when joining the film, but was inspired to study acting after developing feelings for his co-star, Alana Brady.
He also shared that he hoped viewers will be left "absolutely devastated and harrowed.
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Wanted, X-Men and subsequent work[ edit ] His next role saw McAvoy starring with Angelina Jolie and Morgan Freeman in Wantedan action film where he portrayed Wesley Gibson, a young American slacker who learns he is heir to a legacy of assassins.
The film is set to hit theaters in September McAvoy had never done this type of genre before and thought of Wanted as a chance to be more versatile.
Though the actor did not read the piece, he heard about it and was unmoved. It ran at Trafalgar Studios from 16 January to 11 April He had become involved with the charity after shooting The Last King of Scotland there for several months and was shocked by what he saw.
Dark Phoenix and as Crumb in Glass Night Shyamalan thriller Split as Kevin Wendell Crumba dissociative identity disorder sufferer with dangerous capabilities. When McAvoy screen-tested for the role, he was initially rejected because the studio was seeking an actor with conventional Hollywood leading-man looks and physique.
McAvoy starred in the fantasy adventure film made by Andrew Adamson and based on C. It received favourable reviews from the press, who generally liked that it was fast-paced. In it, the actor was cast as one of the two principal characters: The couple announced their intention to divorce in May The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Macbeth was the first performance at the Trafalgar Transformed, running from 9 February until 27 April. McAvoy did not read comics as a child, but was a fan of the X-Men animated cartoon series.
The film received three awards, including the Outstanding British Film of the Year. His performance was praised by critics, with some hailing it as the best of his career.
It was given a UK release of 9 December.