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Posted by Alissa on March 07, 2020

“The Green Knight” world premiere was supposed to be on March 16 at the South by Southwest Festival. On Twitter, SXSW announced that the March dates for the festival are cancelled. Here is what they said:

Posted by Alissa on March 05, 2020

News had come out that a sequel to Tomb Raider was in the works last September, and now we have an update on when production would begin.

According to Geek Vibes Nation, Tomb Raider 2 was originally set to start shooting in April, but now the movie is aiming for a production start this summer, possibly in July or August. We don’t have any news on casting yet, but Alicia Vikander is expected to return as the new incarnation of Lara Croft. Roar Uthaug is also said to be passing on the direcor’s chair, and this time we’re going to have Ben Wheatley (Kill List, Free Fire) at the helm.

It’s also worth noting that the Coronavirus Outbreak could be a factor when it comes to the movie. MGM had just seen a major delay with No Time to Die, pushing the April release date by 7 months. Now the movie is set to come out in November, competing alongside the release of Marvel’s Eternals.

We don’t have a plot synopsis for the movie yet, but the first movie did give us a tease with Lara wielding her dual pistols. We’re possible going to look more into the secrets behind Lara getting her inheritance, and of course, we should expect more tombs to be raided.

The Tomb Raider sequel is expected to come out March 19, 2021.

Posted by Alissa on March 02, 2020

Sir Gawain’s quest is taking him to Texas.

The South by Southwest Film Festival announced Monday that The Green Knight, David Lowery’s epic retelling of the Arthurian legend, will make its world premiere there March 16.

Dev Patel stars as the eager-to-prove-himself Gawain, who sets out to challenge the eponymous green giant. It’s a reimagining of the old knights-of-the-round-table story, but if the gorgeous first trailer is any indication, Lowery’s version is a dark, moody new take on the classic.

The Green Knight is the latest and perhaps most ambitious effort yet from the director, who previously directed Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, the live-action Pete’s Dragon, and A Ghost Story. Alicia Vikander, Joel Egerton, Sarita Choudhury, Sean Harris, Kate Dickie, Barry Keoghan, and Ralph Ineson also star, and the film is scheduled to hit theaters May 29.

The Green Knight joins an already stacked lineup of films slated for SXSW 2020, including the Pete Davidson comedy The King of Staten Island, Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani’s rom-com The Lovebirds, and Kelly Oxford’s Pink Skies Ahead. The festival runs March 13-22.

It is confirmed that Alicia will be attending The South by Southwest Film Festival .

Posted by Alissa on February 29, 2020

Last week a rumour began circulating online suggesting that Sony is in development on a Spider-Woman movie as part of the ‘Sony Universe of Marvel Characters’, and now The Illuminerdi claims to have the inside scoop on the talent the studio wants both in front of and behind the camera.

According to the site, Sony sees Oscar-winning actress Alicia Vikander (The Danish GirlTomb Raider) as the “ideal” candidate for the role of Jessica Drew, while Emmy Award-winning director Michelle MacLaren (Game of ThronesBreaking Bad) is apparently up for the director’s chair.

While she’s yet to tackle a feature film, MacLaren was previously attached to helm Wonder Woman for Warner Bros., but left the project due to creative differences. She was also attached to direct the comic book adaptation Cowboy Ninja Viking starring Chris Pratt, although that is seemingly now on indefinite hold.

The site also goes on to reveal an alleged logline for Spider-Woman, which reads:

The film will center on Jessica Drew, a young woman who decades ago grew deathly ill after months of exposure to the uranium being used in her father’s scientific experiments. He was forced to use an experimental medicine, which based on the biology of an irradiated spider, to save her. She was sealed away in a genetic accelerator in an attempt to amplify the effects of the serum. Jessica wakes decades later, having not aged much in that time. She also gains a set of powers, along with no memory of who she was in the past.

Are you excited about the prospect of a Spider-Woman movie? What do you make of Alicia Vikander and Michelle MacLaren as candidates to star and direct? Let us know on our social channels, or in the comments below…

Posted by Alissa on December 05, 2019

The Utah-based festival will kick off Jan. 23 with several day-one films and run through Sunday, Feb. 2. Director Julie Taymor’s starry Gloria Steinem biopic, “The Glorias,” alone features Alicia Vikander, Julianne Moore, and Janelle Monáe. The world premiere of the film will be on the Sundance festival.

The Glorias (Director: Julie Taymor, Screenwriters: Julie Taymor, Sarah Ruhl, Producers: Alex Saks, Lynn Hendee) — An equal rights crusader, journalist and activist: Gloria Steinem embodies these and more. From her role in the revolutionary women’s rights movement to her travels throughout the U.S. and around the world, Steinem has made an everlasting mark on modern history. A nontraditional chronicle of a trailblazing life. Cast: Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Bette Midler, Janelle Monae, Timothy Hutton, Lorraine Toussaint.

Posted by Alissa on December 04, 2019

Alicia Vikander is among the record-setting 559 new members joining BAFTA in 2019. The new members are drawn from a mix of individuals applying directly and those who were invited. In both cases they have to pass strict vetting and fulfill eligibility criteria.

The record 2019 intake will bolster the overall BAFTA membership, which was already at about 8,000. Approximately 1,300 of those members are in the U.S. Being a Brit is not required; the new members are based in 11 different countries, and the wider membership is drawn from 39 territories.

Applications for membership are received first before BAFTA adds people to be invited. That allows the organization to try to ensure a wide spread of people inducted into the British Academy.

“We are fortunate to have a membership that broadly reflects the industry, but we don’t want to rest on our laurels. We know there is systemic under-representation in some parts of the industry,” Emma Baehr, director of awards and membership, told Variety. “We are committed long-term to creating opportunity, and so our aim every year is to make the new membership intake as inclusive as possible, and that’s across different roles in the sectors. And we do also absolutely prioritize individuals from under-represented areas.”

Posted by Alissa on December 01, 2019


November 2019 – “When you have hope the whole world can change before your eyes.”

Committed for ten years now in empowering millions of children to build a better future through education, Bvlgari and Save the Children celebrate their partnership by launching the new #GiveHope campaign, shot by photographer Rankin.

Lily Aldridge, Ursula Corbero, Alicia Vikander, Lady Kitty Spencer, Laura Harrier, Eva Green, Nieves Alvarez, Maria Pedraza, Carina Lau, Isabella Ferrari, Maya Henry, Nadine, Kristina Bazan, Lilly De Wittgenstein, Emilia Schuele, Paolo Stella, Evangelie Smyrniotaki, Mario Casas, Karena Lam, Svetlana, Aseel Omran, Candela Pelizza, Giulia Maenza, Ginevra Bulgari, Carlota Bulgari, Bvlgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin and Rankin himself have posed for the charity campaign, joining Bvlgari and Save the Children in their ambition to give a tangible hope to the most vulnerable children. A dream so far shared by the over 300 celebrities involved in the cause since the beginning of the partnership.

Posted by Alissa on December 01, 2019

LONDON (Reuters) – Swedish-born Oscar winner Alicia Vikander performs in both English and Japanese in her new movie, thriller “Earthquake Bird”, as she immerses herself in 1980s Tokyo.

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The actress portrays an expat translator caught up in a love triangle in the film, directed by Wash Westmoreland and based on the novel of the same name by Susanna Jones.

Vikander’s character Lucy Fly begins a romantic relationship with photographer Teiji (Naoki Kobayashi) but things start to unravel with the arrival of fellow expat Lily Bridges, played by Riley Keough.

Reuters spoke with Vikander – who played cyborg Ava in “Ex Machina” and won an Oscar for “The Danish Girl” – and with Westmoreland about the movie, released on streaming service Netflix on Friday.

Below are edited excerpts.

Q: Is speaking Japanese a hidden talent of yours?

Vikander: “I always had this dream of going to Japan, it was the one country that I wanted to go to. I managed to go there like three … four years ago for the first time for press and then, the second time, I just said, ‘oh my God, I just want to be in this culture for a longer period of time’ but the only thing that would make that happen is if a film would be made here.”

“(The film) was an opportunity for me, to embrace myself in that culture and go there.”

Q: Your characters Ava and Lucy, were they uniquely difficult to embody?

“My, kind of, revelation when I prepped for (Ava), was realizing that when I made her like a refined human, like a human 2.0, if I made all the human-like movements, but I just made them a bit more refined and without twitches, then it felt a bit off … With Lucy … she’s more expressive in a way. She tries to hold it back but I don’t think she really can.”

Q: How much is “Earthquake Bird” an exploration of love versus obsession?

Westmoreland: “It really looks at this relationship between these two characters and it’s more to do with their past, and particularly … damaging experiences (Lucy) had in the past. Their relationship has both elements of love and obsession because there is something that connects the characters very deeply but there’s also something that keeps the characters apart.”

Q: I recently spoke with (director) Brian de Palma, who was asking what ‘happened to beauty in cinema’. Here, picture quality and a hint of the 1980s are noticeable – was that on purpose?

Westmoreland: “(With) cinematographer Chung-hoon Chung … and Yohei Taneda, my production designer, we started talking about the colors and the palette and this kind of Tokyo blue-grey. It’s the color the city goes after sunset so we wanted that to permeate the film… We wanted to create this world that was immersive.”

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