NEW YORK TIMES – With her dainty features eerily detached from her silicone skull, Alicia Vikander, as Ava, the alluring fembot in the sci-fi fantasy “Ex Machina,” is a wonder of radical engineering. So it may have been apt, if not downright predictable, that during her stay in New York last week she would visit an exhibition of experimental design at the Museum of Modern Art. Whether the MoMA show,
WIRED – EVERYTHING POSITIVE YOU have read about Alicia Vikander’s performance in Ex Machina is true. And if you’ve read something negative, the source clearly cannot be trusted and you should delete them from your bookmarks immediately. By now, you probably know what Ex Machina is. (In case you don’t, here’s a cheat sheet: It’s a movie, written and directed by Alex Garland, about a genius who wants to put
INDIEWIRE – Swedish actress Alicia Vikander has been steadily growing an impressive body of work since garnering attention for her performance in 2012’s Oscar-nominated period romance “A Royal Affair,” by working with filmmakers like Joe Wright (“Anna Karenina”) and Bill Condon (“The Fifth Estate”). 2015 is poised to be the year that she breaks through to the mainstream. The former dancer appears in a number of high profile projects this
DEN OF GEEK – We sat down with Ex Machina stars Oscar Isaac and Alicia Vikander to talk artificial intelligence, science fiction, and X-Men: Apocalypse. This interview contains mild Ex Machina spoilers. The summer movie season is still some weeks off, but for fans that really love the genre, we probably already have the year’s best science fiction film. Indeed, Ex Machina marks the directorial debut of screenwriter Alex Garland
Alicia graces the cover of W magazine for April and they give us a gorgeous new photoshoot that you can find in our gallery as well as the cover, all in high quality. I will add the scans as soon as possible. Make sure to check them out and to read the interview below. Enjoy! GALLERY LINKS Magazine Scans > 2015 > W (April) Studio Photoshoots > Outtakes & Sessions
ELLE – The next two years are going to be very busy for Alicia Vikander. The 26-year-old Swedish actress spent the last couple of years adding to her film credibility with the likes of Anna Karenina (with Keira Knightley) and The Fifth Estate (with Benedict Cumberbatch) – as well as winning Editor’s Choice at the 2013 ELLE Style Awards. Now, it’s about to pay out – in a big way.