Actor, producer, writer
Stellan John Skarsgård (born 13 June 1951) is a Swedish actor. He is known for his roles as Jan Nyman in Breaking the Waves (1996), Prof. Gerald Lambeau in Good Will Hunting (1997), Bootstrap Bill in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006) and Pirates of the...Wikipedia
Born: 13th June, 1951, Gothenburg, Sweden
Height: 6' 3¼" (191 cm)
Claim to Fame: Breaking the Waves
Joss Whedon’s “The Avengers” opened up in various box offices overseas and has proven to be a smash hit. It has the second highest opening gross in Australia, which makes it fall just behind Warner Bros. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.” The Disney and Marvel Studios sci-fi/action feature grossed $6 million, compared to the last film in the Harry Potter franchise, which grossed $7 million. “The Avengers” also opened in Taiwan scoring the highest Wednesday opening gross of all time with ticket sales reaching $1.2... Read More
Posted by SheillaY 2 years ago
Adding to the already immense anticipation of the film's debut, "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" co-stars Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara cover Empire magazine’s November 2011 issue.
The "Casino Royale" hunk and his "The Social Network" leading lady can be seen in four additional pictures inside the mag where the two are captured in various scenes on set - with one snapshot even showing the pair in a near lip-lock.
While talking with the publication, the movie's director, David Fincher, told, “This is a different movie from the... Read More
Posted by marcosalexandre 3 years ago
I was enjoying the final act of the solid "X-Men: First Class," when an unexpected familiar face appeared. Captaining an American warship, in a role that must have lasted a combined 45 seconds, was veteran supporting actor Michael Ironside. Suddenly the theater seat was a little more comfy, the effects a little more special and the Cherry Coke a little more delicious.
Ironside has that effect on mainstream action and sci-fi movies. While I've never seen him get higher than fifth or sixth billing, he's always an asset. Just having Michael Ironside walk... Read More
Posted by Leticja 3 years ago
Where have you been, Halle Berry?
If one hadn't read the tabloids lately, one might be forgiven for thinking that the Oscar-winning actress had thrown in the towel. After all, she has not given a proper interview in three years, nor has she made a big commercial film since X-Men: The Last Stand, four years ago. Aside from her Revlon ads and a perfume launch for Coty, Berry has lain low by the 2010 standards of never-let-'em-see-you-rest celebrity. Except, of course, most of us do see the tabloids, where Berry appears nearly every single day. Which means you... Read More
Posted by luisa10q 4 years ago
British actor Colin Firth insists Mamma Mia moviemakers only have themselves to blame if the big-screen adaptation of the stage musical flops - because they gave him his role without hearing him sing.
Firth and co-stars Pierce Brosnan and Stellan Skarsgard all hit the high notes in the movie, which features a soundtrack by Swedish pop legends ABBA.
None of the acting trio are singers - so Firth is keeping his fingers crossed their voices don`t kill the movie.
He says, "They didn`t audition me to sing. They didn`t audition Pierce Brosnan to sing. Or Stellan... Read More
Posted by NewsHound 6 years ago
[on his first time on stage] I played a heap of snow in a school play. I was under a sheet, and crawled out when spring came. I often say I`ll never reach the same artistic level again.
I`m not religious or anything, but to me it`s great fun and it`s nice to have a lot of kids. They take care of each other.
A live-action retelling of the classic fairy tale about a servant step-daughter who wins the heart of a prince.