Sir Patrick Stewart: All The World's A Stage
Biographic comic: Sir Patrick Stewart (by Steve McGarry)

Biographic comic: Sir Patrick Stewart (by Steve McGarry)

As ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ travels in time, Patrick Stewart and James McAvoy look back and ahead

Do you ever watch reruns of yourself as Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation?
"If I’m flicking channels and there we are on the Enterprise, I try to identify what we’re doing and nearly always fail, because there were 178 episodes. If something catches my ­attention, it’s because I want to see my friends, my colleagues, and enjoy what they’re doing. It’s like saying hello to them." (x)

Do you know if there's a way to find out everything X-Men related that was donated to the Smithsonian? I mean, this is great, all the DOFP stuff, but that seems incredibly biased to certain characters, and I'd like to know if my favorite (Cyclops) or even Nightcrawler were at all represented in this most prestigious of museums. Especially Cyclops. He was so dumped on in the movies that I think it would be a shame if he wasn't represented at all.

As far as I know/have read so far, the items were all from Days Of Future Past (I think there was a script as well or something). But I’m by no means certain (I’m not an expert when it comes to X Men).

More pictures of Sir Patrick Stewart at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History (5/17/14, x)

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Patrick Stewart presents specially selected items from the X-Men movies to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. Items include Professor X, Storm, Wolverine, and Magneto costumes and a final shooting script from X-Men: Days of Future Past.