Theron and fassbender dating

10 Jan

Apparently Keira Knightly and co-star Fassbender needed to get drunk before filming spanking scenes in so all is not business as usual for this actor. Fassbender is dating Nicole Beharie so hopefully Nicole will not take Charlize’s little speech as a provocation or an attempt to poach! While both are known for keeping their personal lives private, they were spotted looking smitten as they enjoyed the Formula One Grand Prix in Monte Carlo, Monaco, back in May.However, just nine months after their romance blossomed Us Weekly claims the pair have gone their separate ways."I think the longest relationship that I’ve been in was two years...I started doing this when I was 17, so I guess in my dating, adult life, that kind of covers it." However, he also noted that it has become easier for him to meet women since becoming a Hollywood star, joking a female wouldn't have stood and listened to what he had to say beforehand.Julia is ALL ABOUT Clive and he’s like, Charlize on her Young Adult character and Michael’s Shame character: “I would like to see a romantic comedy between those two characters.” Fassy on the first Charlize Theron movie he ever saw: “The Devil’s Advocate. It was a great death.” Fassy on sex scenes versus death scenes: “I don’t know. I knew nothing about it before I went, and during the movie I thought, Well, who’s this person?

The Prometheus costars chatted with the magazine's Lynn Hirschberg about their Ridley Scott action movie, and posed for the sexy shots with photographer Mario Sorrenti — check out all the pictures of Michael and Charlize together in the issue.

I would imagine he’s friendly and nice to all of his costars and SOME of them just read it the wrong way and convince themselves that Fassy is their immortal beloved (cough Charlizecough).

The handsome star and the Swedish actress were first linked after meeting on the set of their movie The Light Between Oceans last year.

At the Toronto Film Festival, Michael Fassbender put himself through something most actors never do; he watched clips of his own films back with an audience present, candidly speaking about each role (all for charity).

Notably, Vulture reports how the actor spoke of his displeasure with his performance as Magneto in with Charlize Theron, saying his performance as the android was inspired by both David Bowie and Olympic diver Greg Louganis (“I just remember watching the Olympics thinking his walk was so funny and mesmerising”).