Grey Goose Blue Door hosted the “Diary of a Teenage Girl” Cast Party in Park City, Utah last night. Alexander attended and is seen here with co-stars Bel Powley and Kristen Wiig, and above with the writer of the original graphic novel, Phoebe Gloekner. (The very first picture is from McDonalds McCafe presents The Village at the Lift on Friday).
Seriously, the quality of the new pictures of Alexander coming out of Sundance this weekend is beyond our wildest dreams, and here are a couple more incredible portraits from The Hollywood Reporter.
Have a happy Sunday!
Alexander and his “Diary of a teenage girl” co-star Kristen Wiig both gave brief interviews to Hitfix on the red carpet at the movie’s world premiere yesterday.
The World Premiere of “Diary of a Teenage Girl” took place on Saturday January 24th 2015 at Sundance. Here’s lots and lots of lovely photographs from the event:
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Alexander Skarsgard has attended the Hummus Kickoff Party at Sundance, along with a host of other stars including his “The East” co-star Brit Marling and his “Tarzan” co-star Margot Robbie.
Fans have been waiting impatiently to see the first photo of Alexander with Margot, who plays Tarzan’s wife Jane Porter.
And just when we thought this weekend at Sundance couldn’t get any better, the two possibly least ugly people on the entire planet have obliged us by posing for a cute photograph together.
Here are 3 video interviews from yesterday at Sundance, featuring Alexander, “Diary” director Marielle Heller, and co-stars Kristen Wiig and Bel Powley.
Firstly from IMDb &AIV Studio.
It’s traditional for the stars at Sundance to walk the walk, braving the cold streets, to get around town to attend the many scheduled events, interviews and photo sessions.
Alexander Skarsgard took to the streets yesterday (and is probably a lot more at home in the cold than most of the other Hollywood stars).
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Here are some more portrait photographs of Alexander from Sundance yesterday (along with his “Diary” co-stars and director Marielle Heller).
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And there’s more…….
These are the first portraits of Alexander Skarsgard taken at Sundance today.
Photographs from newzcard.com Photographer: Larry Busacca
Good things come to those who wait, enjoy!
Alexander Skarsgard is in the building!!!!!
He has arrived at the Sundance Film Festival to promote “Diary of a teenage girl”.
That’s all the world needs to know……………….for now…………….watch this space………
The world premiere of “Diary of a Teenage Girl” is now just 2 days away at Sundance 2015. Kristen Wiig, Bel Powley and Phoebe Gloeckner (writer of the original graphic novel) are already confirmed as on their way to the festival. We’ll have to wait and see if Alexander Skarsgard is also in attendance for what would be his first official public appearance since……..well I don’t know……the dinosaurs died out maybe? Let’s just cross our fingers and toes for the next 48 hours (unless some kind publicist can put us out of our misery).
“Diary” now has it’s own official Facebook and Twitter pages, so please follow them to show your support for Alexander’s latest project.
The movie has also made quite a few of the “things to look forward to at Sundance” lists.
Phoebe Gloeckner, the writer of the graphic novel “Diary of a Teenage Girl”, has been talking about the movie adaptation of her work in a U-M News Service press release Q & A. She gives some background on the project, and talks about Alexander Skarsgard wanting to know what happened to his character (Monroe) and the movie having to be less explicit than the book.
Phoebe Gloeckner, a U-M Stamps School of Art and Design professor, already made waves once with the 2002 release of her graphic novel, “The Diary of a Teenage Girl,” based on her own teen diaries. The books detailed a young girl’s initiation into sex and drugs, beginning with an affair with her mother’s boyfriend.
Now, Gloeckner is poised to make waves again when the film adaptation – starring Kristen Wiig and Alexander Skarsgard, and directed by Marielle Heller (who’d previously adapted the book for the stage) – premieres at the Sundance Film Festival on January 25, 2015.
A U-M News Service press release contains a Q&A with Heller about her book and the film adaptation.
If you’re looking for something to watch on TV now that True Blood is part of broadcasting history, you could do a lot worse than Vikings. It has kick-ass Scandinavian warriors, strong female characters and even a Skarsgard of its own. Seasons 1 and 2 are available on DVD (and Amazon Prime) and here’s the new trailer for Season 3 (coming soon).
Alexander Skarsgard’s movie “Diary of a Teenage Girl” is to make its international début in Berlin’s Generation sidebar, during the Berlin Film Festival, which runs from February 5-15.
Marielle Heller‘s The Diary of a Teenage Girl, a coming of age tale featuring Kristen Wiig,Alexander Skarsgard and Bel Powley, will have its international premiere in Berlin’s Generation sidebar, one of 14 new titles announced by Berlin on Wednesday, Jan. 14.
This will follow the world premiere at The Sundance Film Festival on January 24 ( just 10 days time).
We will, of course, keep you updated with all the news and reviews regarding the movie from these events.
“Diary of a Teenage Girl” Marielle Heller is one of 10 directors to watch according to Variety
The movie will receive it’s world premiere at The Sundance Film Festival in just 21 days.
Here’s what Variety writer Gregg Goldstein had to say:
Actress captures the female side of coming-of-age angst in all its complexity with ‘The Diary of a Teenage Girl.’