Charlize and co-star Michael Fassbender is on the cover of next month’s issue of W magazine. Looks like the magazine focuses on Michael in this cover since Charlize is barely recognizable. Also I like the painting-like look of the cover. Charlize is wearing a Christian Dior dress in the cover. Can’t wait to see the rest of the editorial from this issue.
Charlize Theron is astounded Michael Fassbender missed out on an Oscar nomination for his racy turn in Shame, insisting he’s so talented she wants to “punch him”.
The actress was already a huge fan of the Irish star before they met on the set of new sci-fi epic Prometheus, thanks to his acclaimed turn as a sex addict in the hard-hitting movie last year (11).
Fassbender was hotly-tipped to be one of the five men up for Best Actor at the Academy Awards in February (12), but failed to get enough votes to land the nod.
He has admitted he was shocked by the snub, because he was geared up to be nominated by Hollywood insiders, and now Theron has slammed the Academy for failing to recognise Fassbender at the industry’s biggest prizegiving.
She tells Britain’s You magazine, “My co-star Michael Fassbender is one of the funniest guys I’ve ever been around. I saw him in Shame, in which he plays a sex addict, and I didn’t stop thinking about that film for weeks.
“No disrespect to the people who were nominated for Oscars, but the fact he wasn’t to me was utter bulls**t. I think he’s incredible. He’s so effortless that I want to punch him! It just seeps out of him.”
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Charlize Theron has joked Michael Fassbender’s manhood is a ”whole working entity” that wasn’t available for ‘Prometheus’ because it was working alone elsewhere.
Charlize Theron has joked Michael Fassbender’s manhood is a ”whole working entity”.
The ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ actress stars alongside the ‘Shame’ actor in forthcoming movie ‘Prometheus’, but she didn’t manage to see his member – which doesn’t make an appearance in the sci-fi film – because she believes it was too busy working alone elsewhere.
She quipped: ”Oh my god. I don’t think it was available. It was shooting the sequel for ‘Shame’ so we couldn’t get it for ‘Prometheus.’
”I had to see it, because it was gone, so it was on dailies from New York. It’s a hitch penis. The penis attaches and works separately, it’s a whole working entity.”
Earlier this year, George Clooney complemented Michael on the size of his manhood after the ‘Avengers Assemble’ star had to spend plenty of time in the nude while filming sex addiction movie ‘Shame’.
In his Best Actor acceptance speech at the Golden Globe Awards, George said: ”I’d like to thank Michael Fassbender for taking over the frontal-nudity responsibility that I had.
”Michael, honestly, you can play golf like this with your hands behind your back. Go for it, man. Do it.”
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The South African made the 34-year-old actor blush as he gave her the Ally for Equality Award for her LGBT work at the Human Rights Campaign bash in LA.
Referring to his much talked-about manhood, the actress teased as she accepted the award from him: ‘Your penis was a revelation. I’m available to work with it anytime.
‘I have to say that I was truly impressed that you chose to play it big. Most other actors would have gone small, trust me.
‘I know because I have worked with them,’ she added.
The audience roared with laughter.
It’s not the first time Fassbender’s notorious nether regions have been acknowledged on stage.
George Clooney thanked Fassbender for ‘taking over the frontal nude responsibility that I had’ during his Golden Globes acceptance speech.
‘Really, Michael, honestly, you can play golf like this with your hands behind your back.’
Theron accepted an award for her advocacy work with the LGBT community.
‘Marriage equality is about more than just marriage,’ she said. ‘It’s about something greater. it’s about acceptance… I will always be your cheerleader and I will always be your friend.’
After already vamping up a storm during the WonderCon panel for Prometheus, Charlize Theron was even more feisty when she returned to the third floor ballroom at the Anaheim, Calif. convention center for Snow White and the Huntsman (out June 1). Joined by director Rupert Sanders and costar Kristen Stewart, Theron was not one to mince words when it came to talking about taking on the well-known fairy tale character of Snow White’s Evil Queen. “Everybody has an idea of her,” Theron said with a wry smile, “and there’s something nice about f—ing with that idea.”
Later, a fan pointed out that Theron had just come off one of her darkest roles in her career — as a wannabe home wrecker in Jason Reitman’s Young Adult — by way of saying that she’s “playing evil really, really well.”
Theron’s tongue-in-cheek response: “That’s because I’m a bitch….Picasso had his blue period, and this is my bitch period.” She does have a softer side, though — at one point, she genuinely flirted with a young boy asking a question, telling him he was adorable, asking if he was single, pining for him after he left the microphone.
Theron didn’t dominate the entire panel, though. To start things off, Sanders debuted a visually lush five-minute sizzle reel from the film, which showcased the rigorous action paces that Stewart’s Snow White is put through: escaping the Evil Queen’s castle by diving into the ocean, racing away on horseback, clawing through the muck and mire of the forbidden forest. “I hurt myself, a lot,” Stewart said, with a smile. “I’ve always wanted to do a f—ing bad-ass action movie.” Stewart often appeared to be a bit at a loss for words for how best to describe the character, but she did get her dander up when one questioner implied that her Snow White was a more active, bad-ass heroine in comparison with Twilight‘s Bella Swan. “Hey now!” Stewart said, rising in her seat. “I could have a whole discussion about Twilight, but I won’t.” Eventually, however, Stewart did admit that Bella and Snow aren’t exactly the same person: “I love that character [of Bella], and Snow White couldn’t be much farther from it.”
Although the Huntsman of the title, Chris Hemsworth, couldn’t be at the panel, Sanders spoke highly of how “emotionally grounded” the actor was in the film, especially for someone so, you know, stacked. “[Audiences] are not expecting to cry in it,” he said, “and I think they will.”
The spectre of the other Snow White movie — director Tarsem Singh’s Mirror Mirror, with Julia Roberts and Lily Collins — came up only once during the panel, after someone asked Sanders why he hired non-little person actors to play the seven dwarfs. “Tarsem got all the little actors for his movie,” joked Sanders. He went onto explain that prior to Snow White and the Huntsman, he had hoped to make his feature directing debut with a British gangster movie that didn’t come together. So instead, he cast top British tough-guy actors like Ray Winstone, Ian McShane, Bob Hoskins, and Eddie Marsan to play Snow White’s seven dwarfs. “These are British gangsters,” he said, “but little.”