Quickly ascending to be one of the most dominant voices in cinema over the last few years, it’s been gratifying to see Steve McQueen‘s career take off. Alongside him since the beginning has not only been his cinematographer Sean Bobbitt, but another key factor in his collaborations: Michael Fassbender. After lead roles in his first two features, Hunger and Shame, he delivered a menacing supporting role in 12 Years a
Fassbender may take the Steve Jobs role Christian Bale and Leonardo DiCaprio turned down Michael Fassbender is in early talks to play Steve Jobs in director Danny Boyle’s biopic, sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter. The Sony project, produced by Scott Rudin, Guymon Casady and Mark Gordon, was on track to begin shooting this winter for a quick turnaround. As THR exclusively reported Nov. 3, Christian Bale, after much deliberation,
Michael Fassbender has been nominated for the Supporting Actor category for his role in Frank in the 2014 British Independent Film Awards. Lenny Abrahamson, the director, has also been nominated, along with Jon Ronson and Peter Straughan for Best Screenplay, Maggie Gyllenhaal for Best Supporting Actress and Stephen Rennicks with the Music in the Technical Achievement category. The British Independent Film Awards ceremony will be held on December 7th.
You haven’t lived until you’ve stared FRANK right in the face. Frank, if you didn’t know, is the star of the quirky British comedy of the same name; an eccentric frontman of a band of strange musicians, he never goes anywhere without his gigantic paper mache head. Odd, yes. Odder still when you consider the fact Frank is portrayed by Michael Fassbender, one of the most charismatic leading men in
In the Irish dramedy Frank, Michael Fassbender stars as an undiscovered musical genius whose deep eccentricities include wearing a giant paper mache head at all times. His accomplices in his quest to musical perfection include Clara (Maggie Gyllenhaal), a passionate and sometimes violent Theremin player, and Jon (Domhnall Gleeson), a pencil pusher turned keyboard player desperate to become famous. After premiering at Sundance earlier this year, Frank hit a slew
Frank is now in theaters! Here’s an interview from VanityFair.com: You probably won’t recognize Michael Fassbender in his new movie. The actor, recently Oscar-nominated in 12 Years a Slave and exercising mutant superpowers in X-Men: Days of Future Past, didn’t starve himself for the role, grow a ton of facial hair, or contort his body at all. He just put on a giant plaster head, playing a fictionalized version of
It’s been some time since we had an update on the upcoming Assassin’s Creed feature adaptation, which is set to open in one year’s time on August 7, 2015, but IGN recently sat down with star Michael Fassbender who confirmed that he’s still attached to the project and they’re still working on the script. The outlet also asked Fassbender how faithful he thinks they’ll be to the original game, to
Here’s a new clip for Frank, which is set for release on August 15th:
Michael Fassbender and Domhnall Gleeson will be on the Soho Apple Store for a Q&A for the movie Frank, more info at the Apple website: What: Meet the Actors: Michael Fassbender and Domhnall Gleeson, “Frank” When: Thursday, Aug 7, 08:00 PM Where: Apple Store, SoHo Thanks Lindsey for the heads up!
Pictures from the Moscow Premiere and Press Conference for X-Men Days of Future Past are up in the gallery: Gallery Links: Public Appearances > 2014 > May 13th | X-Men Days of Future Past Moscow Press Conference Public Appearances > 2014 > May 13th | X-Men Days of Future Past Moscow Premiere