Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, and Michael Fassbenber Dancing to 'Blurred Lines' Is Your Internet Fluffer

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Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, and Michael Fassbenber Dancing to 'Blurred Lines' Is Your Internet Fluffer

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | May 3, 2014 | Comments ()


Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, and Michael Fassbender were on Graham Norton’s show this week (in the UK) to promote X-Men: Days of Future Past and to also remind everyone that there’s never been a more handsome, dashing trio in one superhero movie (no offense, Downey, Gruffalo, and Hemsworth). They spoke of Fassbender’s difficulty on set, and apparently, the only way to get him out of his trailer was to play “Blurred Lines.”

Here, Jackman refers to incident on X-Men 2, in which he nearly accidentally severed his penis with his Wolverine claws.

And if you want more, here’s McAvoy and Fassbender reacting to some of the fan art of the two characters, and by fan art, I mean, man-on-man pornography. McAvoy takes issue, however, with the fact that he’s bottom. He’s a giver, folks.

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  • OldSchool60
  • OldSchool60

    Didn't embed the gif the correctly.

  • OldSchool60

    X-Men Boogie

  • Pretty Hate Machine

    How did that couch not collapse in paroxysms of pleasure with all that sexy on top of it?

  • Nieve 'The Threadkiller Queen'

    If you watch the whole episode you will see a performance by my best friend Molly, the UK's Eurovision entry.

  • cruzzercruz

    I love all of these men, but I'm going with Downey, Gruffalo, and Hemsworth.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    James MacAvoy is a treat.

  • denesteak


  • JustOP

    The Graham Norton show is so good, glad you do the write-ups weekly so I can re-experience the best bits. Although, I did get sorta weirded out when Jackman talked about Singer sending him pictures of his dick given the recent allegations about him.

  • emmalita

    People should not have to be confronted with the fan fiction written about them. I was squirming for all the wrong reasons. They were being good sports about it, but GAH! So uncomfortable.

  • That segment did nothing to change my opinion about fan-fiction being creepy and weird. Plus, if you're going to go through all the trouble of writing 250,000 words, why not put all that time and effort into writing your own book?

  • Xtina Silva

    and it went on in what seemed like forever ..

  • JustOP

    Personally, that was my favourite part of the show. As a brit, that sort of self-deprecating humour hits all the right notes here. I also thought they looked genuinely excited to see what depravity had been written about them - particularly McAvoy whom got progressively more and more drunk as the show went on.

  • emmalita

    Oh, they were being good sports about it, and probably even had fun with it. Graham Norton seems like a safe place to do semi-dangerous things. I'm totally projecting my own discomfort. It is possibly a reflection of the depraved shit my brain gets up to when Mr. McAvoy is on my screen.

  • JustOP

    True. Although I personally feel it has less to do with being a safe place and more to do with Norton and co. ploughing them with alcohol.

  • duckandcover

    I can't even imagine what it'd be like to be confronted by that shit, especially because the Internet's pretty depraved and can come up with all sorts of pairings.

  • llp


  • llp

    I enjoy the reference to "Gruffalo," but I take exception to you leaving Chris Evans out of what is obviously a quartet of sex.

  • e jerry powell

    Oh, white people...

  • Xtina Silva

    the totally off-beat clapping, didnĀ“t even manage to hit 1 and 3 .. that is a very white audience

  • e jerry powell

    Not just white, BBC One white.

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