Soooo fucking accurate .
this is so how I feel. Yahoo wants to be so cool.
(via the-angel-of-mischief)Source: feralnyxen
I would like to announce that Barbara B has joined the FF admin team to lend her great love for Fassy and her talented writing skills to helping Fassinating Fassbender become even better! The timing is perfect as she is winding down another academic presentation in Prague about the Fassbender Fenomenon, and Dionne needs the backup support as I prepare for my vacation late next week. For someone who has only been a Fassinator for a year, I am in complete awe of Barbara’s intense and respectful interest in enjoying the work of Michael Fassbender, and using her interest, as well as her observations within the fanbase, to use for her personal academic studies and papers in the analysis of fandoms. Fassinating Fassbender has been a petri dish of excellent research material for her, and I’m sure her new role as FF Admin will provide more insight about our FF community, the fans, and Michael. Please welcome her!
Well ain’t that a bitch. (sigh) Oh well, I did prepared myself but the worse is true, according to Empire Online’s review of some footage from Frank in Cannes, the paper head remains of Michael’s perfect head the entire film. There’s no word yet on buyers for the film, but we should hear something positive on that front any moment now. Very excited to hear Michael’s “deep, rich American accent”. So with ‘Frank’ apparently being Americanized, this is definitely be very loosely influenced from the real Frank, who was British.
Already much buzzed about due to that first look pic showing Michael Fassbender wearing a Frank Sidebottom-style papier-mâché head, the footage from Lenny Abrahamson’s comedy about a gonzo rock band was the biggest hit among the assembled journalists. The focus here is on Domnhall Gleeson, effectively playing Jon Ronson (on whose experiences the film is based) as he joins a band, only to find that they’re all one capo short of the fifth fret. We got to hear Fassbender speak as Frank, in a deep, rich American accent, but there wasn’t even a hint of the head coming off. And there were plenty of laughs, too, as Gleeson’s character adjusts to the methods of a group that think outside the box. “Somebody’s thinking in the key of C!” bellows Frank, as he and his cohorts run around in a circle. “It’s me! Sorry” yells Gleeson, who is promptly decked by Maggie Gyllenhaal, as the band’s thereminist. Highly promising.
Since it’s a very slow Fassbender news week, here’s an oldie but goodie of Michael and Daddy Fassbender. It’s from Cannes 2008. Surely we’ll most likely see Michael at Cannes 2014. :-)