Michael Fassbender Reveals "Most Embarrassing Moment"
Although he's across the pond, Michael Fassbender isn't there to enjoy the 2012 Summer Olympics, instead he is hard at work on his latest film "The Counselor" in London, England (August 1).
Looking fresh in a dark suit, the "Prometheus" stud greeted a couple fans while making his way over to a food truck during down time and seemed to not even notice some nearby shutterbugs.
Michael joins a star-studded cast for "The Counselor" including Brad Pitt, Penelope Cruz and Cameron Diaz while the film follows the story of a lawyer who faces a bit of trouble after getting involved in drug trafficking.
Mr. Fassbender and Mr. Pitt are also working together on "Twelve Years a Slave" which is set in the mid-1800s and tells the story of a New York man who is kidnapped and sold into slavery in the deep south.Although no specific release dates have been announced, both flicks are expected to hit theaters sometime in 2013.
Although the 35-year-old actor always appears confident on screen, he recently dished about a not so ego-boosting moment from his childhood, "My most embarrassing moment would be when I peed my pants," explaining to the German magazine Für Sie, "I was about seven years old: the teacher wouldn't let me go to the toilet we were only allowed to go in the big breaks. Afterwards she gave out tests and I had to go to the desk. I couldn't hold it anymore. She was probably even more ashamed than me."
Enjoy the photos of Michael Fassbender grabbing a bite to eat during a break from filming "The Counselor" in London, England (August 1).