James McAvoy is thinking about death

By Tribute News on November 30, 2015 | 4 Comments


James McAvoyJames McAvoy has been thinking about death a lot.

The 36-year-old actor may not have even reached the fourth decade of his life yet but he has admitted he’s terrified about passing away and the thought of death has been plaguing him more than he would like it to, recently.

Speaking to the Observer magazine, he said: ”Recently I have been thinking more about death. Perhaps it’s because I’m 36 and I might be halfway through my life. It’s not all that unusual for a guy to die before he’s 70.”

However, before his life comes to an end, the handsome star is determined to teach his five-year-old son Brendan, with whom he has with his wife Anne-Marie Duff, about the important things and how he can achieve success.

He explained: ”My son is going to have loads of money and a better education than I have. But the opportunities should be there for every child to as a well as my kid. It feels like the educational situation is getting worse and the poles are growing further apart, which doesn’t feel fair in a country that’s meant to be democratic.”

 



Comments & Discussion

  1. Peter • December 1, 2015 @ 1:34 PM

    Excuse me, writer? James McAvoy is more than half-way through his fourth decade already.

  2. Yvette • December 7, 2015 @ 11:12 AM

    James is 36,born in 1979, not halfway through his fourth decade. It isn’t very hard to find out these facts.

  3. Lau • December 7, 2015 @ 2:08 PM

    Peter is so stupid. Fourth decade = 40 years. He’s 36, not there yet, what’s so hard to understand?

  4. Sue Wonder • March 16, 2016 @ 11:38 PM

    Elegant thought James and I suspect you are a loving father as well. Your acting has left a legacy to support and care for your son but, it has also left brilliance, beauty, and creative energy which can not be bought. Continue on through the years and live to be 102, please! You are devine!


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