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Bryan to Brett

By GARY SUSMAN  |  May 23, 2006

“I don’t think we have an obligation to make films with social content,” Grammer adds. “If a film is about matters of the human heart, then we’re on the right track. That’s what X-Men is about. It’s about love, it’s about caring, it’s about taking a stand. It’s about the human experience. It asks the questions. The rest is up to you.”

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