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Michael Fassbender Proves That Even When Hiding His Face, He's Still Too Sexy For Public Consumption

By Vivian Kane | Videos | August 7, 2014 |

By Vivian Kane | Videos | August 7, 2014 |

In his new movie Frank, which is built on a foundation of 100% quirk, Michael Fassbender spends the entire movie in a large, full-coverage paper-mache mask. While it’s definitely a crime against lustful society to cover that face for the length of an entire movie, I really did enjoy Frank more than I necessarily understood why.

The film is about to get its wide release, which means Fassbender and the rest of the cast (including Maggie Gyllenhaal) have been making the rounds, performing songs from the movie. Last night they played The Colbert Report, and while that beautiful face may not be visible, Fassbender still gets down.

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