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Sir Patrick Stewart on Resurrecting Picard and Building Fandoms

Cannes is back and Adweek will be at the center of the action, June 19–23! Join us at Adweek Abroad with some of the most influential voices in marketing, advertising and creativity. Going to be in Cannes? Sign up. CANNES, France—After playing Captain Jean-Luc Picard for 15 years, Patrick...
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Patrick Stewart urges MSPs to support bid to legalise assisted suicide

Sir Patrick Stewart has urged MSPs to back new legislation in Scotland that would legalise assisted dying.The X-Men and Star Trek actor gave a video message saying terminally ill people should not be forced to end their lives in pain.“Dying people should not be forced to take drastic measures travelling to another country to take their own life,” he said.“They should have the choice to die at home on their own terms.”Scottish people shouldn't be forced to die in pain, against their wishes.Our patron @SirPatStew is calling on members of the Scottish Parliament to support @Liam4Orkney's Assisted Dying Bill. #AssistedDyingScotTune...
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Patrick Stewart Says He’s Open to Playing Professor Xavier Again

When a live-action X-Men movie was first pitched in the 1990s, there was just one guy that everyone agreed should play Charles Xavier: Patrick Stewart then the star of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Thankfully, Stewart accepted the role, and did an outstanding job as Professor X through 2017’s Logan, which gave the character a moving sendoff. Then Marvel acquired Fox along with the rights to the X-Men movie franchise. That wound seem to spell the end of Stewart’s tenure, as Marvel wasn’t going to just continue the Fox continuity; they were going to do their own thing.
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Why Patrick Stewart was “unsure” about playing Professor X again

Be warned, there are SPOILERS for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness ahead!. Patrick Stewart first portrayed Professor Charles Xavier over two decades ago in X-Men (2000) and continued to be a central figure within the X-Men movie franchise until the character ultimately met his demise in Logan (2017). Having told Xavier’s story so thoroughly, it makes sense that Stewart was “unsure” about returning to the character for a cameo appearance in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. But thanks to the multiverse, mortality isn’t exactly permanent.
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Patrick Stewart shares only regret about season two of Star Trek: Picard

Patrick Stewart has completed his work on Star Trek: Picard. Star Trek: PIcard season two came to an end on May 5th, and production of season three is already completed. Season two brought closure to some characters while leaving the door wide open for others. Patrick Stewart’s Admiral Jean-Luc Picard finally confronted the demons of his past and opened his heart to love again…just as Dr. Beverly Crusher (Gates McFadden) is set to return in season three.
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‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ actor Anson Mount recalls first meeting with Patrick Stewart

Mumbai, May 11 (SocialNews.XYZ) Anson Mount, who is getting a positive response for his performance as Captain Christopher Pike in the recently released series 'Star Trek: Strange New Worlds', recently opened up about his first meeting with Sir Patrick Stewart, who is known for immortalising the character of Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the 'Star Trek' franchise.
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Patrick Stewart Speaks Out About His Doctor Strange 2 Appearance

NOTE: This article contains SPOILERS about the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Read at your own risk. After months of speculating and teasing, Patrick Stewart made his return as Professor Charles Xavier in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness as part of Earth-838's Illuminati. However, it's a different variant from what we've seen in 20th Century Fox's X-Men films, but still, nonetheless, it's great to see him play the role again even though it's only for a short amount of time.
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Patrick Stewart was scared of Professor X’s chair in Doctor Strange 2

Warning, spoilers ahead! The Marvel Cinematic Universe has fully dived into the multiverse following the release of the recent action movie Doctor Strange 2 – which was packed with cameos, easter eggs, and variants of beloved Marvel characters. One of these mentioned variants happens to be Patrick Stewart as Professor X, sporting an all-new, and in the actor’s words, a”monster” of a hoverchair.
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Patrick Stewart Says He’s Open to Playing Professor Xavier Again

When a live-action X-Men movie was first pitched in the 1990s, there was just one guy that everyone agreed should play Charles Xavier: Patrick Stewart then the star of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Thankfully, Stewart accepted the role, and did an outstanding job as Professor X through 2017’s Logan, which gave the character a moving sendoff. Then Marvel acquired Fox along with the rights to the X-Men movie franchise. That wound seem to spell the end of Stewart’s tenure, as Marvel wasn’t going to just continue the Fox continuity; they were going to do their own thing.
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Patrick Stewart Is Open to Playing More Professor X

Patrick Stewart is not only a national treasure to several nations. He’s also a planetary treasure. We could even say Patrick Stewart is a multiversal-treasure. Although he’s played several iconic figures, Patrick Stewart is especially acclaimed for his role as Professor X, a.ka. Professor Charles Xavier, leader of the legendary X-Men. While we’ve seen many ostensible “final” turns for Patrick Stewart as the character, the actor feels open to continuing to play the role should the opportunity arise.
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