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Aug 2016
Public Appearances  •  By  •  0 Comments

Alicia is back promoting ‘Jason Bourne’ with Matt Damon. She attended a press conference followed by a premiere in Beijing, China on August 15/16, 2016. She looks gorgeous in both dresses! More photos will be added later in our gallery.

Public Appearances > 2016 > ‘Jason Bourne’ Press Conference (Beijing)
Public Appearances > 2016 > ‘Jason Bourne’ Premiere (Beijing)
Aug 2016
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The Swedish director Lisa Langseth is shooting her next film in Bavaria: The drama Euphoria is the first project of Oscar®-winner Alicia Vikander’s newly founded production company. The story is about two estranged sisters, who, in the face of death, travel to a magical place in the mountains. FFF Bayern is supporting the project within the framework of the special program for international co-productions and digital image design with 750,000 euros.

The two sisters Emily and Ines embark on a journey. The two couldn’t be more different: Emily nursed their mother until the very end, while Ines was always only concerned with her own life. The time has come for an emotional settlement – and it’s a matter of life and death.

Euphoria is a co-production between B-Reel Features Film Stockholm, Vikarious Production Ltd. London and Dancing Camel Films Munich, in cooperation with Wild Bunch Germany and Dorian Media Limited. Executive producers are, among others, Patrik Andersson (B-Reel) and Christine Ruppert (Dancing Camel Films). Both producers are known for spectacular European cinema: the Munich-based producer Christine Ruppert has produced, among other projects, Ulrich Seidl’s trilogy Paradise: Faith/Love/Hope and Last King of Scotland and the Swedish production company B-Reel Features has produced Lone Scherfig’s A Serious Game. FFF Bayern is supporting Euphoria with 750,000 euros.

The Swedish director Lisa Langseth (Hotell, Pure), who also wrote the screenplay, is directing. The two sisters will be played by Oscar®-winner Alicia Vikander (The Danish Girl) and Eva Green (Casino Royale, The Dreamers).

Shooting will take place entirely in Bavaria. Planned locations are Munich and surroundings, the Allgäu region and the Bavarian Forest. Shooting is planned to begin in the first week of August.

Aug 2016
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Alicia is Marie Claire France’s cover girl for the September issue. She talks about Hollywood, ‘The Light Between Oceans’, ‘Jason Bourne’ and much more. Make sure to check the digital scans now in our gallery!

Magazine Scans > 2016 > Marie Claire France (September)
Aug 2016
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As previously posted on our site (here), Alicia covers the new issue of Vanity Fair (September). Digital scans have been added to the gallery!

Magazine Scans > 2016 > Vanity Fair (September)
Aug 2016
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Alicia covers the September issue of Vanity Fair, featuring a stunning photoshoot. Behind the scenes pictures and outtakes have been added to the gallery, enjoy!

Studio Photoshoots > Outtakes & Sessions > 2016 > Session 013
Studio Photoshoots > Outtakes & Sessions > Behind The Scenes > 2016: Session 013
Magazine Scans > 2016 > Vanity Fair (September)

VANITY FAIR – It’s unintentional, mind you, but Alicia Vikander does the Luckiest Girl Alive thing effortlessly. Even doing an interview by Skype—her preferred mode of communication with far-flung friends these days—can’t conceal it. It’s 10 A.M. in Sydney, Australia, and she’s puttering around the house of her boyfriend, actor Michael Fassbender. (He’s decamped there to shoot Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant. She’s on a two-week holiday between film sets.) Her hair has that just-out-of-the-shower look. She’s wearing a light-blue button-down shirt that, even if it isn’t her boyfriend’s, looks like it should be. She’s making the kind of breakfast that elegant, health-conscious European women eat: a mix of muesli and yogurt, accompanied by a beverage of fresh-squeezed lemon juice mixed with apple-cider vinegar that some holistic-minded Australian friends are crazy about. “It’s apparently very good for you, but it’s disgusting!” says Vikander. Unlike the typical person, whose face over Skype looks as if he or she were staring into a doorknob, Vikander looks as exquisite and glowing as ever.

This past year has been her year, as they say—the 27-year-old Swedish actress, who now lives in London, shot from relative obscurity to international superstardom with four major films in just 12 months—Testament of Youth, Ex Machina, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and The Danish Girl—the kind of feat that Jessica Chastain accomplished a couple of years ago. Vikander was the “It girl” of this past awards season, earning a best-actress Golden Globe nomination for her role as an intensely alluring robot in Ex Machina and winning the Oscar for best supporting actress in The Danish Girl, as Gerda Wegener, the wild and determined wife of one of the earliest men to undergo gender-confirmation surgery, played by Eddie Redmayne. She’s both a muse to modern fashion designers—a year ago she became the new face of Louis Vuitton—and a dream for costume designers doing lush period dramas. No one has worn romantic, charming period frocks with such conviction since Helena Bonham Carter, as Lucy Honeychurch, frolicked in the grass in A Room with a View.

Now the world is at her feet, and she’s picking out projects according to nothing but whim and personal passion. A pair of guilty-pleasure blockbusters? Check. She’s currently in Jason Bourne, opposite Matt Damon, and she’s gearing up to play Lara Croft in the next Tomb Raider movie. A venture with an iconic European director? Another check: Wim Wenders’s Submergence, opposite James McAvoy, which she’s just wrapped. An indie with an old friend? She got that too: Euphoria, directed by Lisa Langseth, the woman who discovered her. It also happens to be the first title from her film company, Vikarious Productions, which she started, well, in order to do exactly what she wants.

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Jul 2016
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PEOPLE – After multiple buzz worthy roles in major films – including her Oscar win for The Danish Girl, the Swedish star, 27, is one of the most in-demand talents in Hollywood.

“We were lucky to get her,” Matt Damon tells PEOPLE of getting Vikander to sign on for a role in Jason Bourne. “Everyone in Hollywood is trying to get Alicia in their movie right now.”

Damon, 45, praises Vikander’s versatility in films like Danish Girl, Ex Machina and The Man from U.N.C.L.E..

“I just think of these once-in-a-generation actresses who kind of explode onto the scene and what strikes me about her is I can’t see where her limits are,” he says. “There’s been six or seven [recent] performances and they’re all really different and they’re all going in different places and I don’t see the boundaries yet. I’m really excited to see what she does next.”

Damon adds: “You only get better at this job. She’s going to keep working with great people because great people all want to work with her,” he says. “In my experience, I knew a lot when I was 27 but the next 18 years were, it was nothing but fun because I was doing what I loved to do and kind of by osmosis you get better at it because of the people you’re around and working with. I don’t know where she’s going to go but I’m excited to see it.”

Is there anything we should know about Vikander that we don’t already?

“If I knew something that people don’t know, then they shouldn’t hear it from me,” Damon says with a laugh.

Jul 2016
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Our lovely Alicia attended ‘The Light Between Oceans’ press conference on July 28, 2016 in West Hollywood, California.

Studio Photoshoots > Press Conferences & Portraits > 2016: ‘The Light Between Oceans’ Press Conference