Besides the amazing, gorgeous, sexy photo shoot in Interview Magazine, this may be the best photo spread of Michael Fassbender. Wow.
He’s on the June cover of Esquire UK, promoting his new movie, ‘Prometheus’. I CANNOT WAIT!!! From what I’ve seen of this movie (see below) it looks like it is going to be INSANE.
PS: I recently watched ‘Shame’ for the second time…. and still loved it. Kind of more the second time. He’s such a good actor! Carey Mulligan isn’t bad either.
Here’s a bit of the interview from Esquire via Celebitchy:
On his love of socialising: “I like to go out. I wouldn’t say I don’t enjoy a drink. As I say, I’m a sociable person.”
On his love of dancing: “I like to dance. Ha! You know, I enjoy myself when I go out. When we were in Berlin and I went out with my parents, we were out till three in the morning, we were all out dancing.”
On his secret hangover cure: “I still listen to Slayer, man! I just put them on the other day, still listen to Metallica. AC/DC brilliant…If you’re a little bit hungover, put on AC/DC, it’s like there’s no room for [the hangover] any more, the anxiety’s all gone.”
On now having to consider his behaviour since becoming famous: “The thing is I don’t like to filter my behaviour, but I have a feeling that might be the case now…I don’t want to be in the newspapers. I just want to keep what I do on screen and that’s it.”
On being seduced by the trappings of fame: “It would be wrong of me to say that I don’t get seduced by certain things. That things don’t become tempting.”
On his temptations: “Well, you know, sort of, money! How much money does one need? Let’s start with that, that’s a pretty good one. Greed, things like that. Vanity, believing the hype. You have to keep an eye on those things.”
On keeping grounded: “There’s another side of me that’s very simple. I keep my lifestyle pretty simple and my possessions are pretty simple.”
On his self-imposed hiatus: “You have to see it clearly as looking after yourself. There is the danger of burning out here and getting lost and just becoming uninterested.”
On his next challenge as a scriptwriter: “The next thing is to develop, make your own stories with writers, gather a pool of creative people and develop stuff. So it’s not the fact that I’m waiting for someone else to hire me or I’m waiting for a really good script to arrive, I’m actually trying to make that script.”
Here’s a sneak peek at ‘Prometheus’!