Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen may play rivals in the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past film, but the co-stars are thick as thieves in real life!
The castmates have been starring on Broadway together in Two Plays in Rep, a combination of Harold Pinter's No Man's Land and Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot, which will soon come to an end. Last week, Stewart tweeted, "Only 16 more performances and Two Plays in Rep will be gone from Broadway - and everywhere - for ever."
So, in honor of the play's conclusion, they decided to gift us all with some more adorably cheesy photos on Twitter from their New York City sightseeing tour, one for each day left in the countdown!
"As it's @TwoPlaysInRep last 2 weeks we thought we'd share all the #gogodididonyc "outtakes"...1 for each show left," the Star Trek star captioned a pic of the pair outside Katz's Delicatessen on the Lower East Side.
Back in September, the British performers began documenting their adventures in the Big Apple by taking photos around the city in stylish, matching bowler hats. Their merry travels took them everywhere from the Empire State Building to a meeting with Elmo on the street.
This time the actors are also shown happily playing skeeball at Coney Island, pretending to make calls at a phone booth, tipping their hats at the top of a skyscraper and embracing in front of the Village Voice offices, among other gems. Seriously, how cute is their bromance?!
Two Plays in Rep wraps up on March 30. X-Men: Days of Future Past hits theaters May 23.