Thank you so so so much for the Fassy at the Apple Store information. My husband and I are headed to NYC next week for our anniversary, so we made reservations. I squealed when I saw the post.
Nice! Well, happy anniversary! Your husband’s a good one for being okay with his wife being all excited to go on her anniversary trip to see another man :) Try not to drool on him. He deserves that much. Lol. Write me and let me know how it went!
Here’s Another Photo of Michael Looking Good & Chatting With Mia Wasikowska & Jesse Eisenberg In London A Couple of Weeks Ago. (x)
This honestly looks like some CW version of ‘Jane Eyre’ set in modern times. In this episode, the most popular boy in school and star athlete, Eddie Rochester, is introduced to his new tutor, the dowdy and poor but “beautiful underneath all the frumpiness,” Jane Eyre, who has had the misfortune of being nicknamed everything from ‘Plain Jane’ to ‘Lame Jane’ by the other kids. All except her only friend and not so secret admirer (let’s call him…um…Mark Zuckerberg). Mark immediately notices a spark between Jane and Eddie but he has had enough of these rich dudes getting everything they want and he’ll be damned if Eddie takes Jane from him. One fateful night, Mark, in a Haterade-infused rage (exacerbated by the knowledge that Eddie’s new nickname for Jane is Dame Jane), hacks into Eddie’s computer where he learns that the star quarterback has been hiding a devastating secret - a secret which Mark, while also plotting to take over the fucking world in a really annoying and intrusive way, threatens to expose to the whole school. And that, friends, is season one. Make Eddie a vampire and we’ve got ourselves a panel at Comic-Con.
So… Just What Is That Green Thing?
I thought this, too! But then…
I don’t know what a package of tobacco even looks like but… okay! Oh, wait…
Upon closer inspection it does look like it. OMG, photographic evidence that this man is all that and a bag of chips.
#i’msorry #pleaseforgiveme #couldn’thelpmyself #hereallyisthough #i’msorry
BLESS YOU for that meet and greet information about Fassy in Soho!!!
You’re welcome, sis. I guess this means you got yourself a reservation :) Hope everyone was successful in getting one.The space is pretty limited but I think it’s great that he’s doing this.
Join Michael Fassbender And Domhnall Gleeson At The Apple Store - Soho, NYC
Confirming! Michael Fassbender Under Someone’s Balcony At Rawduck
2012 Throwback With Michael On The Set of ‘The Counselor’ In The Bardenas Reales In Spain.
Michael Fassbender And A Crew Member On The ‘Trespass Against Us’ Set (x)
It’s Just Another Man Ache Monday. Courtesy of Michael Fassbender.
Screen caps I made & edited from a 2013 NYFF interview.
Michael Fassbender On His Favorite Shakespeare Play, Character & Film, Whether He Knew What He Wanted To Be In During High School And What Advice He’d Give To His Younger Self.
A couple tiny clips from two videos I chopped up and stuck together of Fass during awards season earlier this year.
"Nice Cologne And Hot!" Out of The Mouths Of Babes. The Michael Fassbender Effect.
Here’s Michael, Back In May, Correctly Predicting The Country Of His Birth As The 2014 World Cup Winner.
A Little Fassbender / Cunningham Throwback
Back in 2010 photo retoucher, Michelle Kenna, worked with photographer, Barry McCall to create these gorgeous portraits (which we all know and love by now) of good friends, Michael Fassbender and Liam Cunningham. Below, she briefly recalls the shoot, which has since become her favorite.
When people ask what my favourite shoot has been to work on, I always say THIS one! Long before the days of Davos Seaworth and the young Magneto, the comical duo of Liam Cunningham and Michael Fassbender made their way into Bond Street Studios to be photographed by Barry McCall for his book, PHO20GRAPHY, in aid of the ISPCC (Irish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children).
Always a pleasure to work with, and a hilarious pair of buddies, I love the series Barry captured of these guys! Captured digitally, we went for an old school Polaroid Type 100 finish which I created in post, and think it looks fab on these strong portraits.
Photography by Barry McCall. Post-production by Michelle Kenna.
For Anyone Who Ever Wanted To Kiss Those Earlobes, Nibble That Nose & Lick That Scar.