Michael Fassbender considered doing some exceptionally idiotic things to get out of playing Steve Jobs

Michael Fassbender considered doing some exceptionally idiotic things to get out of playing Steve Jobs

At the Toronto Film Festival, Michael Fassbender put himself through something most on-screen characters never do; he watched clasps of his own movies back with an audience present, authentically talking about every job (all for philanthropy).
Strikingly, Vulture reports how the on-screen character discussed his disappointment with his performance as Magneto in X-Men: Days of Future Past, saying of one scene: "I don't actually like that performance there, frankly. I just believe it's me yelling. It's just some fella yelling."
Another feature came as he viewed a scene from Prometheus with Charlize Theron, saying his performance as the android was enlivened by both David Bowie and Olympic jumper Greg Louganis.

Be that as it may, one of the most noteworthy bits from the occasion came when an audience part got some information about playing Steve Jobs in the Danny Boyle-coordinated biopic.

At the point when asked which film was the hardest to make, Fassbender answered Steve Jobs, supposedly decisively, accusing screenwriter Aaron Sorkin.

"He composed all that stuff!" he told the audience. "It was so thick! It was such a mountain, and I'm a moderate student, so when the content touched base for me and the open door came to fill the role, I really thought, 'This isn't me. This should be another person. It's a miscast situation.'"

Simply after his dad and specialist pushed him did he accept the position. "Be that as it may, in practice, I was attempting to figure out how to get out of the activity," he proceeded. "I told my driver, 'On the off chance that I put my arm in the entryway, you should pummel it.

As we as a whole know, the driver didn't wind up breaking Fassbender's arm; rather, the on-screen character returned to his condo to become familiar with his lines and he wound up getting designated for an Oscar.

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