The gallery has been updated with HQ screencaptures of Alexander Skarsgard in the latest episode of “Sucession” called “All the Bells Say”. Take a look and enjoy!
I added to the gallery new photo stills of Alexander Skarsgard in his new movie: “The Northman”.
The debut trailer for The Northman has just arrived online and is highlighting the film’s star-studded cast.
From visionary director Robert Eggers comes The Northman, an action-filled epic that follows a young Viking prince on his quest to avenge his father’s murder.
The film stars Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman, Claes Bang, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ethan Hawke, Björk, and Willem Dafoe.
The film currently has a release date in theaters of April 22, 2022. Stay tuned and mark your calendars! In the meantime, check out the trailer for the movie below…
Added HQ screen captures of Alexander Skarsgard from episodes 7 and 8 of “Succession“! Check them out!
Added new candids photos of Alexander Skarsgard out in New York City on November 10. Check them out!
I’ve added some HD screen captures of Alexander Skarsgard as John in Passing. Check them out in the photo gallery!
Film Productions > Passing (2021) > Screen Captures
Passing will hit the streaming service on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021. And as with most Netflix movies, it will release at midnight on the West Coast and 3 a.m. on the East Coast. Whether you watch it that night (or morning) is up to you. The film comes in at the perfect run time of one hour and 38 minutes.
Passing is the latest book-to-film adaptation to hit Netflix and with an amazing cast, it’s one not to be missed. It’s based on the 1929 book of the same name by Nella Larsen about two childhood friends who reconnect in 1920s New York City after not seeing each other for years. They are both light-skinned Black women but one of them realizes the other is passing for a white woman.
The film stars Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga, André Holland, Bill Camp, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Antoinette Crowe-Legacy, and Alexander Skarsgård. It’s also Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut.
The film follows Irene and Clare. Clare is the one trying to pass as a white woman. And this isn’t just to people she meets at parties or social functions. Her own racist husband believes she is white as well. Irene cannot believe it. She has found acceptance and security in the Black community. She doesn’t fully understand why Clare is doing this. But Clare soon finds security in the Black community as well when Irene starts to take her out to events and parties. She begins to be drawn more and more into Irene’s life that’s so different from her own. But Irene is worried for her friend. She’s living a dangerous lie.
For the third season of Succession, HBO’s drama about a super-rich media family just trying to get by destroying each other over money—as one does—there’s some real extra star power in the forms of Academy Award winner Adrien Brody and Alexander Skarsgård.
When it premieres in October 17, Succession will be coming out of the dramatic season 2 finale. In the episode titled “This Is Not For Tears,” Jeremy Strong’s Kendall Roy pulled an unexpectedly sharklike move when rather than shouldering responsibility for all the bad things happening with the Roy family’s company Waystar Royco, he blamed his father Logan (Brian Cox).
Skarsgård plays an aggressive tech mogul, Lukas Matsson, who clearly knows how to ask the right questions, such as the moment in the trailer when he asks Kieran Culkin’s character, Roman Roy, when his father Logan will die.
Swedish star Alexander Skarsgard (True Blood, Godzilla vs. Kong) has joined the cast of The Kingdom Exodus, the final season of the cult TV series from Danish director Lars von Trier.
Skarsgard, who starred alongside Kirsten Dunst in Von Trier’s Melancholia (2011), will have a guest role on the series, a surreal hospital drama about an ultramodern medical facility that is haunted by ghosts. Skarsgard will guest-star as an attorney, a reprise of the role his father, Stellan Skarsgard, played in the second season of the series in the 1990s.
The first two, four-episode seasons of The Kingdom aired in 1994 and 1997. Von Trier rebooted the show for a final, five-episode concluding season, The Kingdom Exodus, which is set to premiere in 2022.
Swedish stars Mikael Persbrandt (In a Better World, Eurovision Song Contest) and Tuva Novotny (Annihilation, A War) have also joined The Kingdom Exodus cast, along with Danish-Swedish actor David Dencik (Chernobyl, McMafia), Ida Engvoll (The Bridge), and Asta August (Sex).
The Nordic neighbors Denmark and Sweden will be set against each other in the final season of the show, with a plotline seeing the Swedes at the Kingdom hospital uniting to form the discussion group SA (Swedish Anonymous), in order to vent their frustrations over their jovial and arrogant Danish colleges. But soon, things take a more serious turn.
Von Trier’s Zentropa shingle is producing The Kingdom Exodus together with Scandinavian pay-TV group NENT and Danish public broadcasters DR. Lead producer is Zentropa’s Louise Vesth. Trustnordisk is selling the series worldwide and is packaging the final season together with restored versions of seasons one and two for international broadcasters and streamers.