James McAvoy is feeling pretty far out.
Reprising his role as wheelchair-bound Professor Charles Xavier for X-Men: Days of Future Past, the highly anticipated to 2011's hit X-Men: First Class, the 34-year-old thespian is getting in touch with the character's Me Decade years from the looks of the groovy '70s costume he's wearing on set.
The photo is by way of the film's director, Bryan Singer, who posted it to his Twitter page with the simple caption, "#Serpico"—a reference, of course, to either the New York City hero cop who battled police corruption in the mid-'70s or Al Pacino, who played him in the acclaimed big-screen biopic.
The plot is being kept tightly under wraps, but apparently involves time travel, considering the latest entry features castmembers from the 1960s-set preque and the first three X-Men movies that take place in present day.
If you ask us, McAvoy looks like he's ready to get up out of that chair and dance to "Saturday Night Fever."
X-Men: Days of Future Past is scheduled to hit theaters on July 18, 2014.