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Oct 2016
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Alicia was all smiles as she walked the red carpet to attend the premiere of ‘The Light Between Oceans’ in London last night (October 19) alongside the cast and crew. She is wearing a Louis Vuitton dress and Bulgari jewels. Beautiful! You can visit our gallery for more high quality pictures.

Public Appearances > 2016 > ‘The Light Between Oceans’ London Premiere
Sep 2016
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THE NEW YORK TIMES – It’s impossible to watch “The Light Between Oceans” — Derek Cianfrance’s tale of a childless Australian couple who discover a baby in a rowboat and keep it — and not assume that you’re witnessing its stars, Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender, falling in love.

After all, speculation ran rampant last year when photographs suggested that the incandescent actors were an item — a suggestion that neither would confirm. Rumor seemed to become fact when Ms. Vikander kissed Mr. Fassbender after she won the best-supporting actress Oscar for “The Danish Girl” in February, and the world’s collective knees went weak.

Seated on a sofa — but not too close — at the Ritz-Carlton Battery Park this summer, Ms. Vikander and Mr. Fassbender completed each other’s sentences as they discussed their film, an adaptation (opening Friday, Sept. 2) of M. L. Stedman’s novel about Tom, a World War I veteran turned lighthouse keeper on a rocky, storm-swept island, and his wife, Isabel, whose maternal longing he wants nothing more than to satisfy.

Asked about their discretion, Ms. Vikander, wearing geometric-print palazzo pants and radiantly barefaced, said that “we’ve done this film and we’re talking about it,” but added: “Then you keep certain things private and between us, which I think is the right thing.”

Ms. Fassbender, his blue T-shirt complementing her outfit and his eyes, chimed in, “Our work is something that we’re very committed to, but also our private lives.”

They also spoke about their characters’ moral compromises, their director’s quirks and the scene where she shaves his mustache off — with a real blade. These are edited excerpts from the conversation.

Congratulations on your Oscar success.
ALICIA VIKANDER It was the most memorable and extraordinary night, and good partying, and I’ve kind of been in a bubble since then.

With so many offers sent your way, why this film?
MICHAEL FASSBENDER I was doing “Macbeth,” and Derek came to visit. The script really got me in a primal place, just hit me emotionally. It seemed like a very old-school film, and that felt very refreshing.

VIKANDER I admired Michael for being one of the most brave actors I had seen. And when I knew that he was involved in this, and with Derek, whose previous films [like “Blue Valentine”] I’d loved, that was it even more. It was a script that made me cry. But the people are always what draw me most to a film.

Sep 2016
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The gallery has been updated with pictures of Alicia attending the premiere of ‘The Light Between Oceans’ at the 73rd Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy. We will probably add more during the day, stay tuned and enjoy!

Sep 2016
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Alicia is at the 73rd Venice Film Festival to promote ‘The Light Between Oceans’ alongside co-star Michael Fassbender and director Derek Cianfrance. During the day (September 1st), they attended a photocall followed by a press conference. Head over to our gallery for high quality pictures!

Public Appearances > 2016 > 73rd Venice Film Festival – Day 2
Public Appearances > 2016 > 73rd Venice Film Festival – ‘The Light Between Oceans’ Photocall
Aug 2016
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Several new clips from ‘The Light Between Oceans‘ have been releasing. Check them out below and make sure to catch the film in theaters next Friday!

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Aug 2016
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Alicia and Michael Fassbender recently talked to the Los Angeles Times about their upcoming film, ‘The Light Between Oceans.’ Two beautiful outtakes have been added to the gallery and you can read their interview below.

Studio Photoshoots > Outtakes & Sessions > 2016 > Session 016

LA TIMES – Michael Fassbender tensed up for the briefest instant when the topic of his relationship with Alicia Vikander, both his co-star and his girlfriend, arose.

Then he relaxed and offered a Zen thought. “People will make the presumptions they want to make. If you start to defend anything, it becomes, ‘Methinks the lady doth protest too much,’ ” the actor said, when asked if he thought moviegoers would draw real-life inferences from his work.

I mean, have you seen ‘Shame?’ ” he quipped, referring to his 2011 portrayal of a sex addict. Vikander, sitting next to him, let loose a sharp laugh.

The pair were side by side at a downtown hotel here recently, polite and formal and trying not to seem like they’re a couple — while trying not to seem like they were trying not to seem like a couple.

Over the course of a conversation, about their new movie “The Light Between Oceans,” they could be professional, even distant. But they also jumped in often to finish each other’s sentences in a manner that reinforced their couplehood — an embodiment of the contradiction that occurs when the modern imperative to stay on message collides with the even more modern reality of everyone knowing everything about everybody.

Since the days of early Hollywood, actors have been falling for each other on set. And for pretty much just as long, we’ve been obsessed with them.

From Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor on “Cleopatra” in the early 1960s, engaging in a moltenly dysfunctional affair, to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie on “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” in the mid-2000s, also initiating a romance outside one partner’s committed relationship, mid-production hookups have been a regular source of film-fan fascination.

The reason has often had as much to do with us as them: These relationships offer the universal touchstone of the office romance, only more heightened and surreal.

But as it has in so many other areas, the age of social media and rampant exposure has changed the equation. When Jolie and Pitt were first rumored to be together on the “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” set, the idea of an affair broadcast widely using modern media tools was still new. It compelled us for months, right up through when the film landed in theaters.

Even reporting in that pre-TMZ era was tricky — for a time there was just one stealth photograph of the couple holding hands on set, kicking off a feeding frenzy to the set by glossy magazines and TV shows.

Because every iPhone-bearing fan in a corner Starbucks has now become a reporter, that kind of surprise — never mind a slow-burn reveal — is almost nonexistent these days. Knowledge about star pairings comes at us much faster, the secrets far fewer.

Into this climate arrive Fassbender, Vikander and the love story of “Light,” unloosing a rippling cinematic view on the real lives of two very private people (or at least the appearance of their real lives.)

Aug 2016
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Alicia and ‘The Light Between Oceans‘ are featured in the September 2nd issue of Entertainment Weekly. Digital scans have been added to the gallery along with a beautiful outtake from the magazine.

Magazine Scans > 2016 > Entertainment Weekly (September 2)