Yup, gang's all here! And in matching white outfits, no less!
But this time, there's a lot more to this than just the photo.
So, after this picture was posted, Twitter users became enraged.
[Image via Cosmopolitan.]
Because everyone knows the best movies are the ones that are based on books you were forced to read in high school English class!!
Arguably one of the most famous tragedies ever written, Macbeth has been retold and retold TONS of times already! Well now Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard will be taking a crack at the story, and this is NOT the same version you read in class!
Instead of focusing on the paranoia and mental anguish the titular character goes through in the book, this trailer is filled with epic battle sequences that look like they were lifted straight from Game Of Thrones!
Shakespeare movies have been a bit of a mixed bag in the past with varying success, and if we're being honest we DEFINITELY could have used a little more Lady Macbeth action in the trailer!
C'mon, people! We all know she's the REAL star of the show!!!
Ch-ch-check out the full trailer (above) and don't forget to sound off in the comments (below)!
This isn't the first movie based on the life of Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs. But based on the trailer, this looks like the version we've all been waiting for!
The teaser trailer of Universal's Steve Jobs (above) mostly includes audio from Michael Fassbender, who is playing the titular role of the famous inventor.
Check out the teaser to see Fassbender in Jobs's signature black turtleneck and glasses, and go see Steve Jobs in theaters October 9!
The principal cast was spotted in Cupertino, CA over the weekend, shooting some of the first scenes for the film.
As for star Michael Fassbender, well, how do we say this? He may not look a darn thing like the Apple founder, but dayum does he make one hot nerd!
Seth Rogen was there as well, looking animated and very much in character as Jobs' partner Steve Wozniak.
We're starting to wonder if all the craziness that led up to this film — the false starts and bailing actors — was merely prelude to something great!
Because based on the pic, these boys mean business!
[Image via Splash News.]
We really didn't know if this movie would ever happen!
Steve Jobs has officially begun filming in San Francisco as of Tuesday, and with the commencement comes casting confirmation.
A slew of stars will be joining Michael Fassbender on the Danny Boyle-directed biopic.
As previously announced, Seth Rogen will be portraying
If anyone would know how to manipulate circuity and metal into an iPod, it'd be Magneto! Okay, Steve Jobs too, we guess.
It was less than a week ago that Sony Pictures dropped the Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs biopic, but Universal Pictures has just swooped in and picked it right up!
It's like the movie had under 10% battery life, and then your bestie who borrowed your charger admitted he lost it, but then someone just whipped out a new charger! And that person was… Michael Fassbender.
That's right, instead of a Christian Bale Jobs, Michael will be playing the part of the late Apple co-founder!
We're just so glad an actor finally committed to the part. With Danny Boyle attached to direct, you just know it's going to be incredible.
Congrats to Michael, and congrats to Universal! Congrats to us too! This movie is sure to amaze, and we'd gladly wait outside for a ticket as long as would for a 6 Plus!
We hope this rumor is true!
According to sources, Fassbender is "in talks" to play Jobs, who sadly passed away in 2011.
We're tired of all this talk–we really hope an actor commits to the role soon!
So, do YOU think Michael would make a good Steve Jobs?
[Image via WENN.]
This is a nightmare for everyone involved.
X-Men director Bryan Singer has been accused of sexually molesting a minor, right as he has two big projects on the horizon.
This is causing the 20th Century Fox and ABC networks to rethink their marketing plans.
First, Singer cancelled his WonderCon appearance this weekend, as well as another at an MPAA-sponsored conference in May.
But in addition to that