We finally reached the endgame of BBC's adaptation of John Le Carré's thriller, but did we get all our questions answered?
The fifth episode of the BBC drama thrust its heroine into increasingly dangerous territory.
We are finally getting into the nitty-gritty of BBC's adaptation of John Le Carré's thriller.
Viewers are none the wiser about what the heck is going on as the BBC drama trundled to its halfway point.
The second episode of the BBC thriller was all about setting up the rest of the series.
The entertaining first episode of BBC's adaptation of the John Le Carré novel dealt with the deadly art of deception.
After dominating Sunday nights with Bodyguard and The Cry, BBC One has another heavyweight drama primed and ready to become your next TV obsession.
"Mute" is a "Blade Runner"-inspired take on the future, complete with a neo-noir soul and Jones's off-kilter humor and dreamy romanticism.
Alexander and Gustaf Skarsgard supported their brother, Bill, at his horror film’s Hollywood premiere.
John Michael McDonagh, the acclaimed director of ‘The Guard’ and ‘Calvary’, has a warning for the politically correct: don’t watch his new film ‘War On Everyone’ (in cinemas Friday) if you’re easily offended. The films sees a pair of corrupt cops, played by Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Peña, who investigate a criminal mastermind while hustling, blackmailing, drinking, taking drugs, and generally causing chaos across Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Netflix subscribers rejoice… the new movie from Duncan Jones is heading directly for the streaming service as well as your local cinema. Skarsgård is starring in the sci-fi movie, which ‘Moon’ director Jones has said is indebted to the world of Ridley Scott’s ‘Blade Runner’.
You don’t get as buff as Alexander Skarsgard needed to be for the new Tarzan movie just hoofing down those big tubs of whey protein. No, the lean but still pretty buff ‘True Blood’ star bulked up to the tune of 25lbs, or 11kg, to play the jungle-based hero over the space of three months. In an interview with Mr Porter, Skarsgard called his intake ‘insane’, shovelling 7,000 calories per day down himself.
In fact Robbie was so animalistic that she punched leading man Alexander Skarsgard in the face while filming a sex scene for the film. Director David Yates made this revelation during an interview with Entertainment Weekly, taking some of the blame himself by admitting that he encouraged Robbie to get physical during their heated moment. “They’re doing this love scene together, and I said, ‘Just slap Alex while you’re making love, just kind of give him a punch’,” Yates explained.