Facebook Live Q&A With Patrick Stewart – Watch

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Patrick Stewart joined Variety for a live chat Thursday on Facebook.

The Q&A was streamed right here as well as on Variety‘s Facebook page. See below.

Stewart can be seen in theaters now in “Logan,” which marks Hugh Jackman’s final outing as Wolverine. Aside from playing Professor Xavier in the “X-Men” films, Stewart is also a small-screen icon thanks to his “Star Trek” character Captain Jean-Luc Picard. He recently starred in the Starz series “Blunt Talk” and voices CIA Deputy Director Avery Bullock in “American Dad!”

Check out the live video below:

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  1. April Tilton says:

    Patrick Stewart you are an amazing human being! I love how sweet & caring you are! Thank you for promoting Pitbulls. Like you, they are incredibly gifted. So from the bottom of my heart… Thank you!

  2. Angel says:

    Hi Patrick, if Fox asked you next year to film another sequel with Halle, Anna, Marsden, Kelsey, Ellen and co….. would you be on board?

  3. Gino says:

    Hi Patrick,

    First thank you for that touching final performance as Charles Xavier in LOGAN. Do you feel that Logan is more of a redemption story for Charles in that he finally got Logan to embrace the idea of family and peace?

  4. You are ordered to take command of the Enterprise effective immediately. – Admiral Garcia

  5. fanya395 says:

    Would you consider reprising “BluntTalk” character for Netflix or Amazon?

  6. Marc says:

    Hi Mr. Stewart.

    Star Trek: TNG is the role you are most famous for and the one that you became known for here in America. What made you want to do it and looking back on it now, what ddi you learn or gain from it?

  7. Sean O'Brien says:

    Hi Patrick, the first Star Trek series in the sixties helped African American achieve equality in America. Can or should a future science fiction series do some similar in politics today? Maybe say for example to help prevent religious prejudice or racism? Thanks very much. You’re great! from Sean O’Brien in Ireland.

  8. Mirima says:

    If offered to you, would you play the role of captain Picard again? In these troubling times we could use a philsophical mind like this to calm down a bit.

  9. Mark Miller says:

    Question for Mr. Stewart:

    I felt Logan was surprisingly violent. Were you made aware in advance to the level of violence that would make it to the screen in the end and could you comment on if this type of growing themes (bloody encounters) in action films is indeed a type of art form and is it possible to negatively affect society in some way on the whole?

    Many thanks in advance, Mark

  10. Martijn Smits says:

    Would you consider doing a cameo in a low budget horror comedy in Europe?

  11. Nuria Belén says:

    What other mutant movie would you like them to do? I really want a movie of Jean Grey

  12. Max Nobel says:

    Who was your favorite director to work with?
    What role, besides Jafar in Aladdin, do you regret passing on?
    What was your favorite voice acting role?
    At this point in your career do you prefer working in film or television?
    What has been your best and worst experience with the Tar Trek and X-Men fandoms?

  13. Daniel says:

    If a high school student asked you why he or she should read Shakespeare what would your answer be?

  14. Nuria Belén says:

    Q to Patrick: if you can choose other mutant what would it be?

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