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Michael Fassbender: To crush or not to crush – that is the question

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This is Michael Fassbender:

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He’s on the verge of Breakout Movie Stardom and I’ve only seen him in Jane Eyre in which he was a perfectly broody Rochester – and Fish Tank in which he was a very sexy but extremely bad boyfriend (as in, SPOILER ALERT: sleeping with your girlfriends teen daughter bad!)

I just can’t decide about him – in some pictures he looks really hot (above) in others he looks kinda – eh (if you click on that first link to his IMDB page you’ll see he resembles Max Headroom. For those of you born after the 80’s that would be this guy.)

But there is something undeniably sexy and edgy about him. And he has three things going for him that frequently Do It For Me:

I guess I’ll have to see him in more films – or see in an interview if he’s as charming and delightful as Jon Hamm (as IF!) before I make my decision. Until then back to the bench Fassbender!

Author: Amy H. Johnson

Amy H. Johnson is the author of The Fangirl Files a memoir about Boy Bands, TV Boyfriends and imaginary betrothals to 80s English pop stars. She prefers to be referred to as a "Cute Famous Boy Aficionado".

5 thoughts on “Michael Fassbender: To crush or not to crush – that is the question

  1. I find him a bit scary and lovely??

  2. I guess I get you about being torn about him but I find him very attractive. I guess it’s for the same reason you’re on the fence- because sometimes he can be….less than perfect. It makes him real and human- very appealling for me.

    I also understand that imaginary crushes should be perfect- hence LMJ and BF.

    Thanks for HotBrandoninajacket for my birthday. 😀

  3. I don’t know. I found him pretty darn dreamy in X-Men: First Class, as a young Magneto. 😉 He definitely gets the thumbs up from THIS GIRL. Then again, I always go a bit gaga for a hot villain, who’s just “really, really misunderstood.” 🙂

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