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The '12 Years a Slave' actor plays a new character, a descendant of the secret Assassins society, in the video game adaptation.
The duo joined other 'X-Men' cast members in the live reading of 'The Big Lebowski' which was held in Montreal on Friday, July 24.
Macbeth (Fassbender) is a Scottish lord-turned-traitor who will do anything to take the throne even though he has to murder the King.
The cast members and the director of 'Macbeth' are joined by Sienna Miller and Xavier Dolan who serve as juries at Cannes Film Festival.
Take a sneak peek at a lovelorn teen and a rough and mysterious traveler who are hotly pursued by a number of bad guys.
The dramatic lineup will interestingly feature ample comedians and comedy actors such as Sarah Silverman, Jack Black and Kristen Wiig.
The 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' actor is in early talks to take the main role in the Apple computer co-founder's biopic.
Appearing on BBC's 'The Graham Norton Show', the Wolverine depicter and James McAvoy show how they got Fassbender on the set of 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' by playing Robin Thicke's song.
Law will take over the role of Thomas Wolfe from Fassbender whose schedule has forced him out of the project.
The portrayal of Macbeth and his scheming wife are teased in this adaptation of William Shakespeare's classic tale.
More new contenders are revealed as rumor suggests the J.J. Abrams film no longer has the offspring of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Leia as the main focus.
The Italian distributor expresses remorse over the unauthorized posters, 'We are very proud of the film and regret any distraction this incident may have caused.'
Summit Entertainment says that the controversial posters released in Italy are not authorized by 'any of the producers or licensors of the film.'
As predicted, historical drama '12 Years a Slave' takes a lead in the nomination list with seven nods.
The pic which is based on Solomon Northup's autobiography also stars Chiwetel Ejiofor, Brad Pitt, Benedict Cumberbatch and Paul Giamatti.