Patrick Ness's YA franchise 'Chaos Walking' is finally arriving on the big screen, with Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland in the lead roles.
Johnny Depp has been forced out of his role as Grindelwald in the 'Fantastic Beasts' franchise. He's not the first to be usurped for a major movie part.
Danish star Mads Mikkelsen is the 'number one' choice of Fantastic Beasts director David Yates.
After winning Best Film at the London Film Festival, director Thomas Vinterberg speaks to Yahoo about his film and the future of film festivals.
Director Alexander Payne's planned new movie for Netflix has been axed just days before it was set to go into production.
Ben Mendelsohn has praised the work of ILM and ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ director Gareth Edwards for making his scenes with Moff Tarkin – a digital creation – as easy as possible on set. The iconic ‘Star Wars’ character, played by Peter Cushing in the 1977 original, was resurrected for the spin-off film with help on set from ‘Holby City’ actor Guy Henry who stood in for, and performed as, the Hammer star opposite Mendelsohn’s Orson Krennic.
Mads Mikkelsen was up for a role in ‘Fantastic Four’. During an interview with ShortList, the ‘Doctor Strange’ and ‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ actor revealed he was up for a part in the ‘Fantastic Four’ reboot… but couldn’t stand his audition. “I think I walked out on the Fantastic Four [audition],” he said.
It’s finally here - the new ‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ trailer gives us a much better look at the galaxy far, far away. Starring Felicity Jones as Jyn Erso, ‘Rogue One’ follows the story of a plucky band of rebels and their mission to secure the Death Star plans.
Mads Mikkelsen’s ‘Doctor Strange’ antagonist Kaecilius is under the control of another mysterious character in the upcoming film, according to director Scott Derrickson. Speaking to IGN, Derrickson said: “What we wanted [from Kaecilius] was a character that was rooted in the real. There aren’t many characters that could be, and Dormammu is certainly the most likely.
The cast and crew of ‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ have appeared at Star Wars Celebration Europe… and they gave us a hint of what we can expect from the first ‘Star Wars’ spin-off. ‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ is just around the corner, and with an all-new behind-the-scenes sizzle reel, we’ve got our closest look yet at the upcoming ‘Star Wars’ spin-off.
Mads Mikkelsen’s weird alter ego in ‘Men & Chicken’. Not all men are created equal… and this couldn’t be more true than in the new dark comedy from writer and director Anders Thomas Jensen. Following the twisted story of Elias (played by Mads Mikkelsen) and his brother Gabriel (played by David Dencik), ‘Men & Chicken’ is as uncomfortable as it gets.
Marvel’s ‘Doctor Strange’ is the next in their Phase Three movies to hit cinemas, and is set to feature at next month’s San Diego Comic-Con alongside ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2′. The Doctor Stephen Strange character was conceived in 1963 by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, just a year after their creation of ‘Spider-Man’, that centres on an arrogant yet brilliant neurosurgeon.
At least, that’s what ‘Doctor Strange’ star Mads Mikkelsen thinks. During an interview with Yahoo! Movies UK to support the release of ‘Men & Chicken’, Mads Mikkelsen explained why ‘Doctor Strange’ is like nothing we’ve seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe before… and told me that it could have been even crazier. “If you look at the comic books, the comic books are quite different [to other Marvel stories],” he explained.
‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ has been plagued by news of reshoots. It’s no secret that the upcoming ‘Star Wars’ spin-off is heading back to the studio. During an interview with Yahoo! Movies UK to support the release of ‘Men & Chicken’, the 50-year-old Danish actor weighed in on the ‘Rogue One’ director… and explained to me how the ‘Star Wars’ universe was brought to life with smaller, more meaningful scenes.
Actor Mads Mikkelsen says the upcoming ‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ is “still the same film,” despite the much-discussed reshoots. Reports of discontent behind the scenes on director Gareth Edwards’ ‘Star Wars: A New Hope’ prequel have been popping up left and right of late, causing a great disturbance in the force - or in fandom, at least.
It’s no secret that Mads Mikkelsen will appear in ‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ but we’ve yet to find out anything about his character… that is, until now. During an interview with Sky News, the 50-year-old Danish actor dropped a bit of a bombshell… and revealed exactly who his character is in ‘Star Wars: Rogue One’.
The filming has now wrapped for hotly-anticipated new Marvel movie ‘Doctor Strange’, with Brit star Benedict Cumberbatch as the mysterious sorcerer. “[He] believes that the Ancient One is just protecting her own power base and that the world may be better off if we were to allow some of these other things through,” Feige told Entertainment Weekly.
‘Doctor Strange’ has revealed its main villain… and it’s not who we thought. According to Entertainment Weekly, ‘Doctor Strange’ star Mads Mikkelsen we be the main antagonist for Earth’s Sorcerer Supreme. “Mads is playing our main villain,” said executive producer Stephen Broussard.
It looks as though ‘Doctor Strange’ is yet to make an appointment with Mads Mikkelsen… as the Danish actor admits he still hasn’t heard from Marvel. During an interview with MTime, the 49-year-old actor admitted that he still doesn’t know whether he’ll be starring opposite Benedict Cumberbatch in the upcoming ‘Doctor Strange’. Of course, Mads Mikkelsen has been rumoured to be in contention for a part in ‘Doctor Strange’ since Variety revealed that he’d been linked to a villainous role just last month.
Although little is known about ‘Star Wars: Rogue One’, it looks as though we may have our first detail about Mads Mikkelsen’s character… and it’s quite a name. According to RebelForce Radio, the 49-year-old ‘Star Wars’ actor was recently signing autographs for fans… when he let slip his name in ‘Rogue One’. “Actor Mads Mikkelsen revealed the name of his ‘Rogue One’ character in this signature to RFR listener J.J. Good,” they revealed.
‘Hannibal’ star Mads Mikkelsen might just be joining the world of superheroes… as he enters talks for a villainous role in ‘Doctor Strange’. According to Variety, the 49-year-old Danish actor is currently being pursued for a villainous role in Marvel’s upcoming movie… but will he take the role? “Mads Mikkelsen is in early talks to play one of the villains in Marvel’s ‘Doctor Strange’ opposite Benedict Cumberbatch,” they revealed.
LucasFilm announced that the 49-year-old had joined the cast at Disney’s D23 fan convention in August, alongside 'Firefly’s Alan Tudyk. Mads Mikkelsen’s big break came in 2006 when he played villain Le Chiffre in Daniel Craig’s debut James Bond outing 'Casino Royale’. In recent years he has been best known for playing literary monster Dr Hannibal Lecter in NBC’s recently-cancelled 'Hannibal’ series. Many fans of the character believe his portrayal of the famous cannibal is better than even Anthony Hopkins’.