'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' Premieres in NYC

'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' Premieres in NYC

Access catches up with all the stars of “X-Men: Days of Future Past” in NYC where 1,500 fans packed the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Hear why the cast, including Jennifer Lawrence and Hugh Jackman, are so pumped for the film.

There was a cone outside my car and, yeah, I ran over the cone. I spoke with Jennifer Lawrence moments after she fell on the Oscar's red carpet this year. Remember the year before she fell on the stairs. After being criticized for being too hype or red carpet, Jennifer vowed to calm down. Well, we're glad she hasn't as we witnessed at her massive x-men premiere. I thought that -- I didn't know -- No, because the fuzzies get into my armpits and I'm, like, oh, god, the lady is looking at me wipe my armpit and I was shocked. Jennifer Lawrence's past two Oscar tumbles got a three-peat when she lost hribalance trying to climb the stairs for X men days, future past. At the javits center who is back in action for the latest installment of the franchise as is boyfriend Nicholas holt, Patrick Stewart, Michael fastbender and James Mcevoy and Ellen page, and it's Jennifer who showed lots of blue skin. I am terrified. No woman should ever see herself naked in 3D. I am sweating bullets. Wolverine is also back and Hugh Jackman recovering from his second bout of skin cancer on his nose says beware of the full sun. Blue moon, earlier Hugh joked about that shining moment. That's playing on a loop in my house. Is that wrong? No. ♪♪♪♪ As for that skin cancer scare, Hugh revealed how sun safety was never a part of his life in Australia. Growing up, you know, I don't remember being made to put on sunscreen. I remember being made to wait 30 minutes after a meal before going in the pool. That was more important than don't get in the pool with sunscreen. You get a cramp. What was that? Tnkfully this second bout was discovered and treated quickly. I had to get it taken out a couple of nights ago. I don't think you understand. I have cancer, but I press to do for "Access Hollywood." They didn't understand, I'm sorry to say. This took priority, but it does. Wear sunscreen. Get check-ups.