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Posts Tagged ‘Michael Fassbender’

New Trailer Released For ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’

A new trailer has been unveiled for X-Men: Days of Future Past.

The video embedded above offers glimpses of scenes featuring cast members Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, and Jennifer Lawrence. Just Jared has posted photos from the movie set.

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‘Jane Eyre’ Official Trailer Released

A new adaptation of Charlotte Bronte‘s Jane Eyre will hit theaters in March 2011. The official trailer is embedded above–what do you think?

Moira Buffini wrote the screenplay and Cary Fukunaga directed. Actress Mia Wasikowska played Jane while co-star Michael Fassbender acts as her love interest, Edward Rochester.

In 2009, Wasikowska starred in Alice in Wonderland. Fassbender will play the comic book villain, Magneto, in X-Men: First Class next year. Rumor has it Fassbender will also play a part in the upcoming Hobbit movies.

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Peter Jackson to Start Adaptation of The Hobbit & Casting Rumors Fly

On Friday, news broke that Peter Jackson finally received the g0-ahead for his two-part adaptation of The Hobbit. Production could start as soon as February 2011.

Deadline Hollywood has the scoop: “Things must be getting close on The Hobbit, because casting buzz is getting strong in Hollywood. Word is Martin Freeman will soon be set to play Bilbo Baggins, that Jimmy Nesbitt has been offered a role and that Michael Fassbender is being pursued for another as is David Tennant. Ian McKellan and Andy Serkis are expected to reprise Gandalf and Gollum.”

As you wait for the production, we recommend watching the English translation of a Finnish miniseries (embedded above) that adapted J. R. R. Tolkien’s work way back in 1993.