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“I can think of no better starting point than where it began again in 2005, with “Rose.” Russell T. Davies knew exactly how to balance reintroducing the mythology of the show with the expectations of a modern audience; it’s magic in action and eerily mirrors the major Classic-era relaunch in 1970, “Spearhead from Space,” which is another great starting point although very different from much of the show that surrounds it on either side.”—IGN writer Arnold T. Blumberg: If You’re #newtoWHO, Start With Modern Series
- IGN Interviewer: James McAvoy was talking about Charles and Erik being like Martin Luther King and Malcolm X in their approach to the problem of humans and mutants living side-by-side - would you agree with that?
- Michael Fassbender: If that's what he said, then yeah, I like it. That sounds good. It's actually a good way to summarise it. But also, I think that Charles is just horny, and just trying to get laid. Throughout the film. He's like 'human beings are cool, give them a chance' because he just wants to have human being sex. He doesn't want to have mutant sex. Whereas Erik really gets off on mutant sex.