According to Celebuzz on April 3, Hugh Jackman and Michael Fassbender, both who play roles in Bryan Singer's "X-Men: Days of Future Past", reportedly danced to the "Blurred Lines" song between takes in mutant attire. Jackman mentioned how Fassbender was somewhat enamored by the trendy song.
"Michael was particularly enamored with the video to "Blurred Lines. We'd strut about. I used to play the song in between takes on the X-Men set. It was a lot of fun. Everyone would just go into character and we'd be strutting around. It was identical to the video but we'd be mutants".
Hugh also talked about how his cohorts could even hit some the high notes as well.
"I didn't need to take the high bits. You'd be surprised what talented singers Michael and James [McEvoy] are. They could get up there".
Jackman is also of great musical talente as demonstrated on Les Miserables and even combined his roles as the Wolverine as he sang as satirical version of "Who Am I" as the Logan character. The song itself, from the film, is a defining moment for Jackman's character, Jean Valjean, as he makes known his turmoil in the song as he is keeping quiet as an escaped prisoner who has skipped parole in order to keep a man from going to prison in his stead.
In Singer's film, Jackman will be joining Fassbender as they take on a common foe known as the Sentinels.
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" opens in theaters May 23.