Actor Michael Fassbender's acting skills and connect with the character brought his "X-Men: Apocalypse" director Bryan Singer to tears.
Actor Michael Fassbender’s acting skills and connect with the character brought his “X-Men: Apocalypse” director Bryan Singer to tears.
Bryan, 50, who was speaking at San Pedro International Film Festival, said the way the 38-year-old kept going even after he called cut, made everyone emotional, reported Digital Spy.
“Michael Fassbender did something so wonderful in this movie. Fassbender does something in this movie where we’re at the end of the scene, and he asked me not to call cut. And when the scene was over, he continued and did something that made me cry in the tent. I’ve never done that before.
“The head of my company, Jason Taylor, grabbed a Kleenex. Simon Kinberg, the writer who has no emotions at all, actually became emotional,” the director said.
Calling it “beautiful” the “Jack the Giant Slayer” actor said the “Steve Jobs” star took the whole scene to some other level.
“It was so beautiful. I’ve never seen an actor do this for me, and he just took the scene to a whole another level.
It’s a heartbreaking scene, not a typical comic book movie scene at all, so let’s hope it makes the cut,” he said.
“X-Men Apocalypse is scheduled for May 27 release.