Michael Fassbender heads out of a building after an interview on Thursday afternoon (May 28) in New York City.
The 30-year-old actor recently chatted with EW about his new film, Macbeth, as well as western thriller, Slow West.
“In terms of my fantasy career, yeah, [westerns were on my list]. In this case I think it comes from the time when I was a boy and watching Westerns and being really engrossed in them. And at that young age thinking to myself how much I’d love to be in one,” he shared.
Michael added about bringing the film to New Zealand to shoot, “He [Wayne McCormack, the horse wrangler] was the one who told me that this was the first Western with New Zealand standing in for America. I hope it entourages more people to make Westerns in New Zealand. The crews are fantastic down there.”
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