McKellen tweets that his next role is tackling a 93-year-old Sherlock Holmes.
The legendary actor speaks with The Advocate about playing gay in the groundbreaking new sitcom Vicious and how coming out of the closet helps change the world.
The two British thespians answer questions about each other’s food preferences and fantasy acting roles.
The X-Men: Days of Future Past stars were quizzed in a recent promotion for the film.
The upcoming film’s new promotional video focuses on the hunt for Marvel Comics’ mutants.
The gay actor says that he was sold on the part of Magneto after X-Men director Bryan Singer compared the team to groups that have struggled for civil rights.
A total of 25 stills were revealed throughout Monday, ranging from characters such as Storm and Magneto to a historic first for out director Bryan Singer.
The British sitcom Vicious, which will soon air in the U.S., focuses on the nearly 50-year relationship between two gay men and stars out actors Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi.