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Submitted by Gekko 920d ago | image

A Look at Professor X's Wheelchairs for X-Men: Days of Future Past

Superhero Hype: ''X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer continues to provide updates on the July 18, 2014 release and today posted this photo of Professor Charles Xavier's wheelchairs for the film that will be used by Patrick Stewart and James McAvoy.'' (Cinema, X-Men: Days of Future Past)

arukas  +   920d ago
dont recall a wheelchair like this... maybe i'm to full of the one in wolverine and the x men which is he future so... need help here
KingPin  +   920d ago
why would the wheelchair have a steering knob on it.

wouldn't Prof X be able to move it with his mind with ease?

or am i mistaken.
Fuzrum  +   919d ago
He's telepathic, not telekinetic. Otherwise, he probably wouldn't need a wheelchair at all. He could just make his legs move or just be all "floaty."

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