Charlize Theron has joked Michael Fassbender's manhood is a ''whole working entity''. 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. 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'.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. 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.
I found myself going, “Oh, my god, I understand that.
One arrives early in the film as Fassbender’s character, Brandon, a moneyed Manhattanite with a raging sex addiction whose life is upended when his equally damaged sister (Carey Mulligan) moves in with him, awakes naked in his stark white apartment and begins to amble toward the camera.
Michael Fassbender Anyone who has seen Michael Fassbender’s performance in Steve Mc Queen’s new film has likely walked away with two images permanently burned into his or her brain.
This does not parallel with the guy I just hung out with at all.”FASSBENDER: That’s the thing with Steve.
He’s kind of like a little boy and an old man at the same time.
But there is an image near the end of the movie that is the perfect hybrid of abject horror and ecstasy, where you, as the audience, are looking at your character and the hamster wheel that he’s on in this vortex that he can’t get out of, where he realizes that this is his life and it’s just going to get worse FASSBENDER: I think you’re talking about one of the sex scenes.