HOLLYWOOD - The motion picture based on the Marvel Comics X-Men did very well on opening day as was expected.
The film stars James McAvoy as Professor Charles Xavier, aka Professor X, and Michael Fassbender as Erik Lensherr aka Magneto.
The two characters graduates of the prestigious Xavier Institute become friends and then as happens in so many movies become archenemies.
Professor X is confined to a wheel chair and had recently placed second place in The International Invitational Wheel Chair Races in Lisbon, Portugal.
Magneto is Jewish and was born to Jewish parents Moshe and Mosha Lensherr. The Lensherrs owned a bagel diner in Bydgoszcz, Poland, which is pronounced [HAG-en DAZ, PO-LUN].
The diner did good and actually good enough to send Magneto to Xavier Institute and to pay for Mosha to have a much needed breast reduction.
After the war started (the second one known as World War II) the family sold the bagel diner and moved to Heerenveen, Holland where they all went to work in a chocolate factory as chocolate testers.
Working at the Heidi Ho House of Chocolate did wonders for Magneto's personality as he soon learned that he really did not have to lie about not being Jewish in order to get a nice, non-Jewish girlfriend.
January Jones stars as Emma Frost who is a charter member of the highly prestigious coalition comprised of the world's most influential people (kind of like the U.S. Senate).
The coalition's membership fees are $193 per month or $2,307 for the whole year if paid on a one-time basis.
January Jones is a very sexy looking woman and her character Emma Frost is even sexier looking than her. Miss Frost at first takes umbrage at the coalition's strict dress code for female members.
The guidelines clearly state that female members must wear the skimpiest lingerie available on the market.
At first Emma balks at the thought of running around nearly exposing most of her intimate body parts but after the first meeting ends and she sees that she ended up with $219 in tips she kind of tells herself that she could get used to the coalition's rather strict dress code regulation.
Many of the male movie goers between the ages of 18 to 28 have remarked that seeing January Jones in her skimpy lingerie items was alone worth the price of admission.
X-Men: First Class was filmed on location in England, Canada, Louisiana, and Guatemala.