The suspects are gathered in the library. The great detective is about to solve the crime. We all think we know whodunit, but if the author has been clever, we can be sure that we are now in for a surprise. The exciting event in Chapter Six was not a clue; it was a red herring. The seemingly irrelevant development in Chapter Four was the true key to the culprit's identity. Today and tomorrow, you are likely to find out a lot. Some of it may surprise you. All of it, though, will eventually prove to have benefited you enormously.
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But it was in the 2008 Steve McQueen film Hunger that he first rose to fame, undergoing a crash diet that left him eating only 600 calories a day in order to play Bobby Sands, and IRA volunteer and M.P. who led the second hunger strike and participated in the no wash protest in which Republican prisoners tried to regain political status in the seventies
Michael has gone on to work with Steve in all three of his critically acclaimed films – Hunger, Shame and the Academy award-winning 12 Years a Slave – leading to several BAFTA and Oscar nominations.
The actor has also found commercial fame in the X-Men prequel X-Men: First Class, starring as Magneto alongside James McAvoy and Jennifer Lawrence, and will reprise his role in X-Men: Days of Future Past this May.
He recently premiered his new film Frank, a quirky comedy loosely inspired by British musician Frank Sidebottom, and began production on a new cinematic version of Shakespeare’s darkest and most powerful tragedy, Macbeth.