Michael Fassbender has been talking up his experiences on X-Men: First Class, saying he's ready to put Magneto's metal helmet back on and wave his hand in the air to make cars or whatever float around (we're paraphrasing here).
"It was a very rewarding experience, so hopefully we'll get the same team back again," he said.
And it seems he especially enjoyed working with James McAvoy, despite the fact they experienced difficult circumstances (very fast turnaround, very late reshoots).
"We worked very hard. It was a very trying time. Thank God, James is a very good guy, a very smart guy and he's a very practical guy," he said.
But Fass doesn't just want to work with James again, he's also fairly insistent Matthew Vaughn returns.
"He's great because he makes films as a fan. There's something like a nine-year-old boy in him when he's making a film," he admitted.
"He's very much into characters and allowing the characters to drive the plot and the plot to drive the action film, as opposed to action driving the film and threading in some sort of a plot."
X-Men: First Class is released on Blu-ray on 31 October.