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After a long period of behind-the-scenes ups and downs, Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs has successfully made its way through production. But while the movie isn't coming out until October, today we have our first look at the film in the form of a brand new teaser trailer.
Some comic book movie actors can't wait for the lengthy contracts to end, Michael Fassbender is not one of them.
When X-Men: Apocalypse hits theaters next year, it will mark the conclusion of the “First Class” trilogy that began in 2011. For Michael Fassbender, this has him thinking about what the future entails for his character Magneto.
The film adaptation of the hugely popular video game series, Assassin’s Creed has been circling development for nearly four years, at this point. With Michael Fassbender attached the project for most of that time, updates have been relatively scarce. However, according to star, who remains oddly vague on even basic details of his character, the delays have been necessary.
Michael Fassbender enhances his reputation even further with his sensational turn in the poetic Slow West.
Michael Fassbender's Steve Jobs wants to sell you a computer in this first look at the Apple founder's new biopic.
At this point, there is quite a bit of clout that comes with having Michael Fassbender be at the lead of a particular project, but apparently Fassbender's presence wasn't quite enough for the filmmakers behind the upcoming video game adaptation Assassin's Creed.
Patrick Stewart seemed to express a few weeks back that both his and Ian McKellen’s moment in the mutant spotlight appeared to be over. Well, it seems that Stewart has just made an abrupt u-turn.
That being said, Boba Fett has been a long-rumored subject for one of the Star Wars spin-off movies, and a new report circulating the web has put into the aether that the frontrunner for the part may be none other than Michael Fassbender.
The new Steve Jobs film is not going to feature the typical Silicon Valley look we’ve grown accustomed to. Casting calls are searching for big 80s-inspired hair.
Terrence Malick sounds as if he is up to the same old weird and wonderful cinematic tricks again. But this time he has convinced Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender, Rooney Mara, Cate Blanchett and Natalie Portman to come along for the ride too.
Universal has picked it up from Sony's turnaround. Danny Boyle is still on board to direct the film, and now Michael Fassbender is no longer being eyed for the lead, but is officially attached to star.
A romantic relationship between these two has been teased in the last two X-Men movies, but X-Men: Apocalypse will finally address whether these two crazy kids will end up together.
What a difference 12 days makes. After only being confirmed as Steve Jobs on October 23rd, Christian Bale pulled out of the role on Monday and seemingly left Aaron Sorkin’s planned biopic in crisis. But don’t fret, because Michael Fassbender is here to save the day. The X-Men: Days of Future Past star is now believed to be the front-runner to replace the Welsh actor.
X-Men writer/producer Simon Kinberg recently explained that he sees X-Men: Apocalypse as ending a trilogy that began with First Class, “complete the stories” of young Mystique, Beast, Magneto and Professor Xavier. These comments naturally had us worried, fearing that these four integral characters would be somehow walking off into the sunset, but fortunately Kinberg has now set the record straight.
Through X-Men: First Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past, the mutants known as Professor X (James McAvoy), Magneto (Michael Fassbender), Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) and Beast (Nicholas Hoult) have gone through a hell of a lot. Beginning in the early 1960s, they wound up right smack dab in the middle of not only a massive societal change, but also the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The role of Da Vinci could end up being a small mentor part, one that allows Robert Downey Jr. the chance to interact with and assist Michael Fassbender’s Desmond Miles as he acclimates to the Animus and figures out how to operate in the land of the assassins.
Frank's cast and director Lenny Abrahamson sat down with us to talk about what goes on in that big paper mache head of Frank and what makes Fassbender, Gleeson and Gyllenhaal tick.
For now we share the incredible words of advice Fassbender offered Gleeson (a metaphorical Padawan under his storied co-star if nothing else) about his venture into the complicated world of space sagas.
This trailer is all kinds of weird, but that's precisely its appeal. And if you think that Coca-Cola Kiss Me song is ridiculous, just wait until the memory of it creeps up on you in the shower, playing on an endless, inescapable loop!