X-citing times: Michael Fassbender is joined by Hugh Jackman and James McAvoy as they perform Blurred Lines dance routine
When it comes to looking suave and sophisticated, Michael Fassbender, 37, Hugh Jackman, 45 and James McAvoy, 35, are some of Hollywood's coolest characters.
But they showed a slightly more playful side during an appearance on BBC's Graham Norton Show on Friday.
The men, who were on the programme to promote their new movie X-Men: Days Of Future Past had the audience in hysterics when they showed off their moves and grooves.
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Blurred lines: (L-R) James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender and Hugh Jackman perform a dance routine to Robin Thicke's hit on the Graham Norton show on Friday
Party time: The men proved they were up for a laugh as they bopped in time to the music
Hugh Jackman told Graham Norton that Robin Thicke's mega-hit was the only song that could lure fellow actor, Michael Fassbender on set.
He said: 'Michael is one of those actors you have to coax out of the trailer. He'll wait in there for hours and hours.
'To get him out, there was only really one song. We used to get the sound guy to play it very loud in the studio just so he could get his mojo up. It was Blurred Lines.' xxxxxxxx
Time to talk: The Hollywood actors were on the show to talk about their new movie- X-Men: Days Of Future Past
Question time: Host Graham Norton was keen to know more about what went on behind the scenes
The trio, who were all looking smart in black suits, then jumped up and danced in unison, clicking their fingers from side to side before returning back to the famous red sofa.
While on the show, Hugh Jackman also let slip on the show that he had a very intimate injury while on set of the iconic new movie.
The star admitted that he was wearing the Wolverine blades and not much else when he tried to hide himself from female workers on set, leaving himself with a wound to the top of his thigh.
Telling all: Hugh Jackman revealed that the song was the only thing that would get fellow actor Michael Fassbender out of his trailer on set
Making shapes: The men could barely contain their laughter as they strutted their stuff
He said: 'There was a very intense first scene and I insisted on a closed set. I ran round the corner and all the female members of the crew were gathered there.
'I tried to cover myself and cut my inner thigh - it was just the inner thigh thankfully. The metal claws had to go - you can't have bits and pieces flying off.'
In the latest iconic movie sequel, the X-Men send Wolverine to the past in a desperate effort to change history and stop an event that results in disaster for both humans and mutants.
X-Men: Days Of Future Past will be released in the UK on May 22
New movie: Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy all star in the new X-Men film
Applause please: James McAvoy gave Hugh and Michael a clap for their efforts
Pleased with themselves: The stars high-fived each other while an amused Graham looked on
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