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A couple of years a go, Michael Fassbender was a relatively unknown actor. However, a whole spectrum of performances in recent movies like Inglourious Basterds, Jane Eyre, and X-Men: First Class changed all that. Ridley Scott’s new highly anticipated movie, Prometheus, has Fassbender playing an entirely different kind of role: an android named David.
Michael Fassbender on Finding a Character: “If I can make them logical to myself, then I apply them, and that’s really it”
Fassbender talks about his parents’ concern about his action aspirations and why he reject the idea that he is an “intelligent actor.”
Both Ralph Fiennes and Christoph Waltz are award-winning actors who received plenty of acclaim in…
B.J. Novak on ‘Saving Mr. Banks’: “There was just this real awe of being part of this elegant production”
Many pegged B.J. Novak as being set for movie stardom by many after he landed…
Daniel Brühl has broken through in 2013 as a rising star to watch in Hollywood.…
Q & A: Diane Kruger on ‘The Bridge’, Playing a Character with Asperger’s and How Becoming an Actor “Never Even Seemed a Possibility”
Diane on her character: “My instincts tell me to say things with intention sometimes, which is totally wrong for this character”
The incredible Christoph Waltz is a great example of how there are incredibly talented international actors that just need a single high-profile performance to break through to English-speaking audiences.
Christoph Waltz on Choosing Roles: “Usually you take a step in the right direction… but you can’t win them all”
Waltz talks about his role in the film and how he prepared for it but what he has taken from his current success.
Brad Pitt on Taking a Role: “It’s a big commitment. I’ve found it’s gotta mean something to me or what’s the point? You’ve only got so much time”
While it may be true that most entertainers have a “shelf life” — meaning that after a certain period of time their popularity, skill, or both are bound to wane — Brad Pitt has always seemed to be one of the rare exceptions.
The real treat of the movie is watching McAvoy and Fassbender together. Both of them are so freakin good in their roles that their scenes together make up anything that the movie lacks.
” I’m always nervous doing auditions — to be honest, I hate it.” – Daniel Bruhl