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‘Avengers: Secret Wars’ is planning the return of Patrick Stewart’s Professor X

Could we see Sir Patrick Stewart as Professor X once again? It seems like Marvel Studios is trying to make it happen for the next Avengers film.

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Professor Charles Xavier has historically been played by actor Patrick Stewart, who referred to once again stepping into the shoes of the leader of the X-Men for the film ‘Avengers: Secret Wars’, knowing that the multiverse is developing in the MCU and because the post-credits scene of ‘The Marvels’ delivers something that might have quite the heavy impact in the future of Marvel Studios.

Through an interview on the Canadian television program talkCTV, the actor said “I cannot put it to rest because it’s not a fact, either for or against. It is a possibility. “ Furthermore, he stressed that originally he thought that ‘Logan’ was his farewell and also that of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, something that will no longer be the case, because the mutant in the yellow suit will return in ‘Deadpool 3′.

Patrick Stewart thought he would die in ‘Logan’, something that happened at the hands of X-24, but stated that “I’ve been told I’ve actually died several times already”, something that was reflected in his appearance in ‘Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness’, where he also dies, although in that film, Wanda was the murderer.

Sir Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier

The 83-year-old British Knight and actor has been part of several films as Professor Charles Xavier, starting in 2000, when the first ‘X-Men’ film was released, under the direction of Bryan Singer, and up until his appearance in ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ in 2022.

All appearances (including cameos) of Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier are are the following:

  • ‘X-Men’ - 2000
  • ‘X-2′ - 2003
  • ‘X-Men 3: The Last Stand’ - 2006
  • ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’ - 2009
  • ‘The Wolverine’ - 2013
  • ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ - 2014
  • ‘Logan’ - 2017
  • ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ - 2022
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