James McAvoy Got Buff And People On Twitter Really Like It





Twitter is thirsty for a nice, tall glass of James McAvoy.

"Hold on," you may be thinking. "James McAvoy? The Scottish actor who played Professor X in the X-Men movies?"

Yes.

"The dude from 'Atonement,' right?"

Yup.

"Well," you may reply. "He's always been handsome, what's the big deal?"

Well, let us introduce you to James McAvoy 2.0:

Photographers spotted and snapped photos of freshly swole McAvoy roaming the streets of Philadelphia on Friday.

Twitter approved of the 38-year-old actor's new look.

Good job, James.

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