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The Magneto of 'X-Men: First Class' has not been given a formal offer to take the part of prophet Noah, but he reportedly has already discussed the role with director Darren Aronofsky.
Commenting on the rumors that he might play the flamboyant MI6 agent in the future, Fassbender says, 'I don't think too far into the future. It's one step at a time right now.'
Revealing that he wants to see how Charles Xavier becomes Professor X in the sequel, Fassbender dishes that he and James McAvoy are 'getting sort of giddy with the prospect of the next one.'
This brand new international promo video focuses on Fassbender's Brandon who struggles to control his sex life with the help of his sister, Carey Mulligan's Sissy.
Despite the controversy surrounding the Steve McQueen-directed film, the studio still decided to buy the provocative drama and schedule to release it in theaters before the year's end.
Fassbender's sex addicted character stares at a woman in a subway, making her uncomfortable and flee as soon as the train stops.
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.
Made in documentary-style, the episode sees a woman donating her dead husband's arms to a guy who lost his in a lumber-industry accident.
The troubled star exited the Betty Ford Center on October 21 and will face another hearing the next day during when judge will decide whether she will be sent to rehab or jail.
The artwork shows off the Back Eyed Peas with each different character such as will.i.am as Mr. gentleman in a suit and Fergie with girly look in pink outfit.
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.