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Keeping himself employed, Fassbender is in negotiations to star as a gang leader in a remake of the 2003 British movie directed by Joe Ahearne.
The threesome along with Tobey Maguire, Garrett Hedlund, Michael Fassbender, Alex Pettyfer and several others are said in the running for the lead role that is not Jason Bourne.
The 'Inglourious Basterds' actor is tapped to star opposite Noomi Rapace as Android in the sci-fi project that was once an 'Alien' prequel.
The three actors are contenders to take the lead role in the remake project, with the 'Miami Vice' star reportedly on top of the list.
The female lead is captured alongside Michael Fassbender in one photo, while another picture exposes Viggo Mortensen.
Ralph Fiennes, Colin Firth, Gary Oldman and Michael Fassbender are confirmed cast of the espionage thriller which is based on John le Carre's book.
Sporting old-fashioned style, the depicters of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung are seen chatting and strolling down the park of the Belvedere in Austria during the filming.
The 33-year-old German-Irish actor entered talks with Fox two weeks ago, and the deal between him and the studio is now done.
The actor has been said choosing the role in the 'X-Men' spin-off over the role in upcoming 'Spider-Man' reboot.
The theater actor reportedly has been signed to play the blue mutant, while the 'Jonah Hex' star is in early negotiations to play the main character.
He is reportedly wanted to play the new Spider-Man's enemy, but Matthew Vaughn is said to be approaching him to portray Magneto.
After filing restraining order petition against actor Michael Fassbender in March following their 2009 bust-up, Sunawin Andrews has now dropped the legal request.
Michael Fassbender's ex-girlfriend, Sunawin Andrews, has filed a restraining order against the actor after becoming the victim of physical violence done by him.
Christoph Waltz was named Best Actor of the Year through his performance in 'Inglourious Basterds' while the film's director Quentin Tarantino was honored with Dilys Powell Award.
One of the pictures presents up-close shot of Michael Fassbender as Quintus Dias, the leader of Roman soldiers, while the other features a battle scene.