These pictures are just NOT RIGHT. They are too freaking hot! Michael Fassbender in leather! Charlize Theron in lingerie!? These unbelievably hot pictures were taken for the August issue of W Magazine. Michael and Charlize are promoting their movie, ‘Prometheus’. The pictures were taken at an abandoned warehouse in Brooklyn, NY. The interviewer commented on Michael and Charlize’s “natural chemistry”, and I’d like to say here and now – the world needs a movie starring the two as a couple. They were anything BUT romantic in ‘Prometheus’, so I think they need another go at working together. Preferably in the outfits they wore in this shoot. 🙂
Here’s more from the interview, but you can read the whole thing here:
Michael, what was the first Charlize Theron movie you ever saw?
Michael Fassbender: The Devil’s Advocate. I knew nothing about it before I went, and during the movie I thought, Well, who’s this person? I had no idea what the movie was about.
Charlize Theron: Neither did I [laughs]. That was so long ago.
MF: And then you went on to win an Oscar. The rest is history.
Charlize, what was your first Fassbender movie?
CT: Hunger. A friend said, “You have to see this movie. It’s the best thing I’ve seen in my entire life.” I thought, Just chill out, okay? But I was absolutely blown away by it. It was, like, all bets are off from now on. This is the guy.
What’s harder to do? A death scene or a sex scene?
CT: It depends on who you’re doing the sex scene with. I don’t have issues being naked [pauses]. That sounds very slutty.
MF: Kind of. I didn’t want to say anything, but yes.
CT: What I mean is, I’m not hung up on my body, and I’ve been lucky to work with people I’ve been really comfortable with. I’ve had maybe two occasions where…
MF: It’s been uncomfortable.
CT: And Michael’s one of the two who did not make me feel very comfortable [laughter].
MF: I was a robot!
Now that you’ve made this science fiction film, with its very dark view of space, do you have any longing to go to the moon or explore any other intergalactic frontiers?
CT: If space is not the world of Ridley Scott, I’d go. When I watched Prometheus at a screening, I got so scared, I elbowed the metal chair next to me. I still have a little scar from it
And you knew what was going to happen.
CT: That says a lot about how pathetic I am. I don’t think I’m made of the right stuff for space.
What about you, Michael?
MF: If I had a chance to go into space, I’d definitely take it, but it’s never been a priority for me.
CT: The diving board is better.
MF: Yes—I know what it is to dive into nothing.
You MUST check out all the pictures below. Hot dayum!