And while eyes are drawn toward the music tonight at the Grammys, E! News caught up with Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Chris Hemsworth in London, on the 2012 BAFTA  Awards red carpet.

So where to begin with so many Hollywood hunks in one place? Let's start with Fassbender's naked parts:

So was it a difficult task to bare all of his treasures to millions of people in Shame?

"I knew there was going to be some compromising situations, but that's my job," and what a dedicated worker he is. Fassbender's Oscars date will be his mother, and, yes—she watched her son get nakie in his latest flick. No big deal.

Now, Brad was super honored to be recognized at the British award ceremony, and made sure to keep hush-hush about Moneyball's baseball plot. Another thing he kept under wraps about were his socks.

No, seriously. He was quick to share that his suit was Gucci, but didn't want to show off those covered ankles, but he still got a sweet surprise.

Clooney was stuck between a rock and a hard place.

Well, not really, but he was at the awards representing both The Descendents and Ides of March, so who does he sit with since he doesn't "wanna tick anybody off"? Good question.

He also was nice enough to explain what a "schlub" is, a term that's not very common with the Brits.

Hemsworth was nominated for the Rising Star award, which is chosen by the public. Pretty cool, right?

He explained that although it is an honor, he felt that one of fellow nominees and Thor costar Tom Hiddleston was sure to win. Unfortunately, neither of them walked away with the prize.

But Chris' next movie project will portray him as an English playboy, so we're going to assume that will get some positive feedback.

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