Because it’s the weekend and Alexander Skarsgard fans deserve to be spoilt, here’s a few more photos from his appearance at the European Film Awards in Berlin on December 12th, where he presented Christoph Waltz with the European Achievement in World Cinema Award.
Alexander is on the cover of the latest issue of Belgium magazine “Zap”. There is also an interview with him inside. You can read a translation of the interview at skarsjoy.tumblr Thanks to them for sharing the article.
Alexander made a surprise appearance at the Cabos Film Festival in Mexico yesterday to promote The Diary of a Teenage Girl. The photo above is from the festival’s official Instagram account, and there a a few other (not great quality) pictures below from Twitter.
Here’s a another great video interview from Gent Film Festival. This one with Vertigo is a tasty 15 minutes long. At the very end Alexander shares his favorite memory from a range of his movies, and talks about looking forward to Tarzan.
Finally a trailer promo for the film “Hidden”. Alex filmed this quite some time ago. Sadly it does not look like the film will get a release in theaters. Fans can purchase a Digital HD version on September 6, 2015 or the DVD on October 6, 2015. Link to video:Continue reading →
Alexander’s visit to the BuzzFeed office has certainly been the gift that keeps on giving this week. They have just released some more great photos (taken by Jon Premosche) and a few more gifs (made by Jenna Williams). Enjoy!
The Skinny has today released an interview they conducted with Alexander at The Edinburgh Film Festival . He talks about teenage sexuality and Hollywood prudishness as well as a possible teaser about Zoolander 2.
“Of course they are as confused as guys are, just as frustrated sexually going from a kid to a woman,” says Skarsgård, speaking to The Skinny at the Edinburgh International Film Festival where the film had its UK premiere. “I thought it was so unique, so different, so brave, and I felt like similar stories have been told many times through a young boy’s point-of-view, through his eyes – coming of age, dealing with your sexuality. But when it comes to girls, it’s usually, you know, they’re in their tower waiting for Prince Charming to come and save them… talking to Mari and talking to Bel, they felt like that doesn’t represent what [they were] like as a teenager. And I felt that it was written in such an unapologetic and direct way, such a brave story, without being didactic or provocative for the sake of being provocative. And I thought it was an interesting challenge to play a guy like Monroe, to make him real and three-dimensional and human, so it’s not too predatory.”