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Alexander Skarsgard: On Set Break Time!

Alexander Skarsgard: On Set Break Time!

Alexander Skarsgard takes a break on the set of Disconnect on Tuesday (September 27) in Yonkers, New York.

The 35-year-old actor read The Good Soldiers while waiting to film his scenes on location in the Westchester county town outside of New York City.

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The day before, Alexander was filming on set in NYC sporting some extra costume padding!

New posters for Alexander‘s film Melancholia were recently released! Check out the images of Alexander, along with his co-stars Kirsten Dunst, Kiefer Sutherland, John Hurt, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and director Lars von Trier.

10+ pictures inside of Alexander on set and the new Melancholia poster images…

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@Canuck:
Yeah no kidding. Nothing ever gets filmed where I live though, except that Brad Pitt movie, oh and Snow Day. LMAO!

@Canuck: Before those photos of them on set were deleted, they looked like they were having a lot of fun.

@ladybug:
They got deleted? What for? Is that a copyright thing? They’re just sitting around, nothing special. Sheesh!

@Camille: Yep, got deleted. They were originally on the Expressen.se site, and I know some sites did credit them, but perhaps they complained.

I am thrilled to see that the “the East” has been confirmed for him. I think that’s a huge step forward for him, being the lead, and sounds like a very interesting character and story. He did so well in Straw Dogs making Charlie seem part good at least, I think he’ll do the same in this one and make the bad guy terrorist seem sympathetic. Plus, if everyone’s falling in love with him in it., he ought to be looking a lot better than he is in this Disconnect movie.

@ladybug: @Camille: Yeah they were having a good laugh. Chances are they probably know each other, I don’t think the acting community in Sweden is that large. Nyqvist was great in the Swedish version of the Millenium series. No way I’m going to see the new version, I doubt they could have done a better job on it.

@Canuck: I am going to see Fincher’s version. I liked the Swedish version but I think there’s room for improvement.

@ladybug: It was actually a stretch for me to see the Swedish one, it’s very rare that I’ll go and see the film of a book that I’ve read. Most of the time what I’ve pictured in my head is way better than what they manage to put on film. And I kind of like the “minimalism” that European films have, HW doesn’t often seem to get that more isn’t always better, it’s just more.

@Canuck: With the Millennium Trilogy I don’t think anyone will ever match what’s in my head.
Though I’ll be interested to see how Stellan does as Martin Vanger in Fincher’s version.

@Canuck:
I liked the Swedish versions too, though I often wonder why they left out so many parts of the books that I found to be important. I wonder if Fincher’s version will put some of that back in. It’s always hard to make a movie when your source material is like 800 pages long. It’s almost impossible to cram that into a 2 hour movie.

@ladybug:
I think Stellan will be a great Vanger. I have to say Daniel Craig matches the description of Michael in the book better to me than Nyqvist does. That’s my opinion though. Michael is supposed to have sandy blonde hair and so was Vanger, but neither of them did in the Swedish versions. Plus they really downplayed Berger in the Swedish movies, and she seemed pretty important in the books, so I’m interested to see what happens there.

@seeshay:
I’m happy he’s getting to do it too. To me, this is the movie that seems to have the most interesting and exciting plotline. Plus it’s a starring role, and that’s always good. I think he’ll get to showcase so much of his talen with it.

Not really related, but I found Lainey’s comments about Bosworth setting up Bloom for that pap sighting a few months ago interesting.

http://www.laineygossip.com/Orlando_Bloom_proudly_watches_Miranda_Kerr_walk_Dior_show_in_Paris_30sept11.aspx?CatID=0&CelID=0

@Macy: You’re right, totally not related. Done is done…@Camille: Very much agree about Berger, but I doubt HW is going to rectify that, strong women roles are few and far between in most HW movies.

@Canuck: I thought the Swedish movies played down Annika’s role as well, even in the last movie.
And in reading the cast list I wonder how I missed Joel Kinnaman playing Christer and Goran Višnjić playing Dragan?

@Canuck:
I felt kind of ripped off that they’d all but cut Berger out of the first movie. Then his affair with Cecilia wasn’t even mentioned. I found that odd too, plus not even mentioning Anita and how she went to London and then died of Cancer and Harriett took over her identity was totally left out.I always found that odd because it’s an important part of how she was able to get off the island and continue her life undetected. They totally glossed over the exposing of Weinerstrom too. In the second movie they leave out Lisbeth’s time in Grenada, and the whole part about the creepy doctor, and her surgeries. They just leave out some parts that I find were interesting and intregal to the story. Oh well.

@Camille: Ok, maybe there WERE some bits that were a bit too minimalist :). I’m just picturing the HW version being lots of shock scenes, be they violence, blood, gre etc… They ALWAYS tend to go way over the top in things like that.

@Camille: For the movie, leaving out Lisbeth’s year off made sense. There’s almost too much detail to put into a 2 hour movie. Though they could have found time for a little more of the policewomen, Sonja Modig and Monica Figuerola.

Check out the new pics of our boy. How handsome is he.

CREEPY FIVEHEAD @ 10/02/2011 at 3:57 am

http://www.dlisted.com/2011/09/27/ASkars-Is-Fighting-The-Hot-For-His-Art+
I don’t understand the appeal of this creepy fivehead with an overbite. He looks like he probably giggles through his orgasms. Derpy.
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!

I wonder what they did to his hair. It usually looks so soft and shiny. Makes me wonder if they put a wig on him. I think they`re trying to make him look ordinary and very unsexy for this role, but it’s not really working. Love this man and can’t wait to see more of his movies.

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