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Alicia Vikander And Riley Keough Starring In The Earthquake Bird

Written by Elise on March 23 2018

Empire — As part of its continued campaign to release 500,000 movies a year (or maybe more like 70), Netflix is setting up deals with companies such as Ridley Scott’s Scott Free. One such team-up will spawn The Earthquake Bird, with Alicia Vikander and Riley Keough on to star.

Still Alice’s Wash Westmoreland has written the script and will direct the film, adapting Susanna Jones’ award-winning novel. Set in Tokyo, The Earthquake Bird promises to be a female-fronted noir thriller following an expat who is suspected of murder when her friend goes missing while both are in the midst of a passionate love triangle with a local photographer.

The film was originally set up at Amazon, but has lingered in limbo, and now Netflix has nabbed it, aiming for Westmoreland to start shooting this May in Tokyo and on Sado Island.

Vikander is on our screens now in Tomb Raider and will next be seen in Submergence, due on 18 May. Keough appears in Under The Silver Lake, which is headed to US cinemas on 22 June, with a UK release yet to be locked in.

Alicia Appears on El Hormiguero 3.0 TV Show

Written by Elise on March 16 2018

Last night (March 15), Alicia made an appearance on El Hormiguero 3.0 TV Show which aired in Spain. She looked adorable! High-quality images have been added to our gallery.

Alicia Covers Marie Claire US (April 2018)

Written by Elise on March 16 2018

Marie Claire US — Alicia Vikander likes making plans. When she was 12 years old, she looked at the year 2018 on a calendar and thought about what her life would be like then. “I realized I’d be 30, and in my head, 30 was the year you became an adult, so I remember thinking, Hopefully I’m going to have something good by then, but I’m also going to be old.

Vikander laughs—a lovely husky sound that rings out across the garden of L.A.’s Chateau Marmont, where she sits without a bit of makeup on, relaxed and glowing in cropped Paige jeans and a long-sleeve navy t-shirt. She’s just back from skiing in the French Alps over New Year’s (“It was amazing!”). Her dark wavy hair is air-dried, her tobacco-brown eyes warm, a Louis Vuitton Petite Malle bag tossed casually to one side. It’s the day after the Golden Globes, where Vikander presented the award for Best Motion Picture Comedy to Greta Gerwig for Lady Bird, and the hotel is bustling with postmortem cheer. A sleepy-eyed Dakota Johnson comes up, murmurs,“Morning…” and envelops Vikander in a bearhug. Once she’s gone, Vikander smiles wryly and continues, “The nice thing is, life has only gone better than I’d imagined.

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It’s interesting that a character that has been seen as very sexualized back in the ’90s is very different now,” says Vikander. “If you go out in the street and ask men and women, young and old, what they find attractive, it’s different. You want her to be attractive and sexy, but, nowadays, you want this to be a girl that fights. Someone who’s vulnerable, but funny. Someone who’s OK with people seeing her bad sides.

In some ways, Vikander’s Lara Croft seems tailor-made for the #MeToo movement. She’s all about strength and grit, taking on challenges. Survival. There is no love story in the film, no steamy shower scenes or sultry pursing of lips before throwing punches. Instead, we see her bruised and bloodied but never down for the count. “She always stands up,” says Vikander. “When things are found to be quite shit, she always sees the bright side. She just keeps on going.

(read the rest of the interview at the source)

Alicia Vikander Featured in K.Flay’s Tomb Raider ‘Run for Your Life’

Written by Elise on March 12 2018

EW — A bad-ass heroine needs an equally bad-ass soundtrack — and K.Flay is not about to leave Lara Croft hanging. The alt-rock/hip-hop singer, who was the only woman nominated in the rock categories at the 2018 Grammys, is giving the iconic Tomb Raider character a new theme song with “Run for Your Life,” whose high-energy music video is premiering on EW today.

It’s so exciting, especially because the film centers on such a strong female character,” K.Flay tells EW about becoming a part of the film, which hits theaters March 16 and stars Alicia Vikander in the role once played by Angelina Jolie. “I really connected with that sense of independence in the movie. The song is about doing everything in your power to survive when the odds are stacked against you, when people doubt you, when you’ve been left behind. Instead of cowering, you rise up.

And while the “Blood in the Cut” singer isn’t jumping through ruins the way Vikander does in the film’s trailer, shooting the “Run for Your Life” clip — which features footage from the movie — required her to break a sweat, too.

For me, the video was all about capturing the energy and emotion of the song,” says K.Flay, who also kicks off the second leg of her U.S. tour today. “One of the reasons I like video shoots is that you get to reimagine the song in a physical, corporeal way.

Tomb Raider Premiere in Mexico City

Written by Elise on March 11 2018

Hello Alicia fans! Last night (March 10), Alicia attended the “Tomb Raider” Premiere at the Cinépolis Oasis Coyoacán in Mexico City. She looked absolutely breathtaking in a Louis Vuitton by Nicolas Ghesquiere custom gown. Over 20 images have been added to our gallery.

Alicia Vikander Talks Producing Her First Movie ‘Euphoria’

Written by Elise on September 13 2017

Hollywood Reporter – Lisa Langseth’s drama stars Vikander and Eva Green as estranged sisters who take a mysterious trip and face their complicated family history.
Alicia Vikander and Eva Green star in Euphoria as two estranged sisters who take a mysterious European trip and are forced to grapple with their complicated family history. Also featuring Charlotte Rampling, the drama is Vikander’s third collaboration with director Lisa Langseth (after 2009’s Pure and 2013’s Hotel) as well as the first film from Vikander’s namesake company Vikarious Productions.

Ahead of Euphoria’s world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, Vikander (who is also in the TIFF title Submergence) and Langseth spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about exploring sisterhood onscreen and propelling female-directed films forward.

What was the toughest part about making this movie?
VIKANDER: I was so drawn to this portrait of these two extremely strong women and their relationship. They’re so different and have chosen their paths in life, and yet they’re so deeply connected because of their family bond. It’s a relationship you’re born into, and it is so deep. But the sisters, all their scenes have different levels of them trying to reach one another — as soon as the other person says something that annoys the other, they will be straight onto it. It’s tricky with those nuances, but it was fun to explore.
LANGSETH: Me and Alicia, we’re thinkers, we’re rational. Our characters that Alicia’s been playing have that similar problem — they’re strong women who try to deal with their strong, unrational feelings. So that’s a struggle we also had when we were on set — trying not to plan so much and just try to be completely emotional.

What was your producer-director dynamic like?
VIKANDER: Lisa and I sat down at a lovely lunch to catch up, and I had already for two or three years about maybe starting a production company one day with my business partner [Charles Collier]. I wanted to be part of the process as early as possible. Lisa mentioned that she was working on this story, and I really, really wanted to work with her again. I admire what she does and her work should get the chance to get a bigger audience, the audience that I think her work deserves. We discussed making the film in the English language to hopefully reach further, and right there and then, I felt that this could be a great start. Lisa was my first director who, in one way, took a chance on me, so even though there’s a fear of stepping into something new, it was always filled with so much passion about the story. I was part of putting the team together and finding the finance, and we worked again with B-Reel Films [who also produced Hotel]. [Collier and I] found a way of finding both European funding and private equities to get our budgets, and worked together to finding everything from the set to the crew to the actors, and support Lisa as much as we could with her work leading up to starting filming.
LANGSETH: We met when we were both doing our first film, so the relationship is very special and honest. I appreciate that we can talk very openly about what we like or dislike — we can be free in the work, which I think is the biggest gift you can get as a director. And it’s not always easy to make a film, but Alicia, who has been on so many sets, really understands how filmmaking goes and what you need to work. She helped me to bring the best out of the project all the way.

This is your third collaboration in less than ten years. What changes have you noticed?
LANGSETH: Alicia has so much more experience and self-confidence in her work. But personally, she’s still the same person as when I met her the first time, and this fame hasn’t gotten to her head. She’s really handled it all in a good way. So when I direct, I do as we used to. That’s a gift because when people change too much, it’s hard to reach out. This honesty could disappear.
VIKANDER: I was 20 when I first met Lisa, and I looked up to her a lot. She was this headstrong woman who has read tons of books and had so many ideas and so much to say. That set a tone for the kind of woman that I want to continue to grow up to be. It was so fun to collaborate with Lisa again — it’s like meeting up with an old friend that you miss. We were both extremely excited to start because it was a year of a lot of [prep] work, a lot of late, late nights and phone calls. Suddenly, we were on set and we’re able to work together again after a beautiful seven-year pause. We’ve both gathered a lot more experience and have even more to work with, because as a filmmaker or an actor, our tools are really our experiences. We shot most of the film at this one extraordinary location in Germany, and the cast and crew became a very tight group.

Alicia, what are you looking to produce next?
VIKANDER: As with this film, it’s hard to make independent films. A lot of things need to come together, and I’ve only opened this box. But I feel like I want to do more. I’m humbled to do what it takes to put one of these films together. I’m reading a lot, and working hard to find our next story. I feel extremely lucky because my first three films were with a female director, and since then I haven’t really had that opportunity and was so happy to get the chance with Lisa again. I’m thrilled to know that the film is part of the Toronto Film Festival, where they have [one third of the films] with female directors this year. It’s extremely exciting that things are moving forward.

#TIFF2017: Alicia promotes “Euphoria”

Written by Elise on September 13 2017

Even though Alicia didn’t get the chance to promote “Submergence” alongside James McAvoy, she did attend the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival to promote “Euphoria” alongside director Lisa Langseth.

As you probably already know, our girl was at the Variety Studio at TIFF Presented By AT&T during Day 3 (September 11). Later that day, she also attended the film’s Premiere as well as After Party. She was wearing an absolutely lovely Louis Vuitton Resort 2018 dress. Loads of high-quality images have been added to our gallery. We also made sure to update the gallery with several portraits & shoots taken during the festival those past few days. Be sure to check these as well.

Don’t forget to continue reading as I have listed below numerous videos of Alicia during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.


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Variety Studio – 2017 Toronto International Film Festival

Written by Elise on September 11 2017

Hello Alicia fans! She’s finally there! Alicia showed up in Toronto this morning at the Variety Studio to promote “Euphoria” with director Lisa Langseth during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. High-quality images have been added to our gallery. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter (@vikanderonline) for more updates throughout the day!

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