Charlize Theron: Criticizes Michael Fassbender Oscar snub as "utter bulls--t"
Top Hollywood actress Charlize Theron has criticized the Academy Awards for not nominating Michael Fassbender for his role in 'Shame'.
In the Steve McQueen-directed 'Shame', Fassbender starred as a struggling sex addict living in New York.
The actress, who is starring in Prometheus with Fassbender, told You magazine: "My co-star Michael Fassbender is one of the funniest guys I've ever been around.
"I saw him in 'Shame', in which he plays a sex addict, and I didn't stop thinking about that film for weeks.
"No disrespect to the people who were nominated for Oscars, but the fact he wasn't to me was utter bulls**t. I think he's incredible.
"He's so effortless that I want to punch him! It just seeps out of him."
Film 'Prometheus' opens in theatres on June 1 in the UK and June 8 in the US.