James McAvoy Returns to Narnia as Gay Woodland Creature on “SNL”

The "Glass" star has goat legs and knows how to use them.

Do hairy goat legs make you horny?

As host of last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live, Glass star James McAvoy memorably appeared in a sketch as Mr. Tumnus, a fictional faun from C.S. Lewis’ Narnia books.

Faun fact: The Scottish X-Men hunk played Mr. Tumnus in the 2005 film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.


In the sketch, a group of bookish women (Cecily Strong, Aidy Bryant, and Kate McKinnon) happen upon their girlhood crush after passing through a wardrobe at their English Airbnb.

“Let me guess—it was my non-threatening masculinity,” Tumnus says of the attraction. “I’m sort of jacked but still in a little bit of a British way, you know?”

“I’ve become a unlikely sex symbol for a very specific sort of woman—sort of a lazy Hermione, if you will,” he continues. “To you, I am the perfect combination of man, animal, scarf, and flute music.”


Too bad for the gals, who are thirsting hard for “goat peen,” Tumnus reveals himself to be gay—and living with Narnia human Edmund! To be fair, maybe he’s Pan. Get it?!

After urging the Turkish Delight-ful couple to “cherish each other,” the ladies take off to rebound for Neville Longbottom.

Check out the SNL sketch below.

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