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Oct 2013
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I have added digital scans of Alicia in the November issue of GQ UK magazine. Stunning!


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Oct 2013
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Added several outtakes from the October issue of Dazed & Confused magazine.


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DAZED & CONFUSED – When Alicia Vikander strolls into an east London café, her chilled-out elegance seems in keeping with her Swedish origins. But her measured grace belies the searing, high-voltage intensity the 24-year-old has been pouring on to the screen since her 2009 feature debut in Lisa Langseth’s Pure, in which she played a troubled youth embroiled in a disastrous affair with a married conductor. Chosen as one of European Film Promotion’s Shooting Stars of 2011, the Gothenburg native is one of the most promising young actresses around, and like a young Catherine Deneuve or Isabelle Huppert, actively chooses the raw, unglamorous roles that those with mainstream aspirations shy away from. But there are some side effects to being in demand. “I’m living out of a suitcase. I don’t even know what city I’m in the most,” she says. “I’m in airports and cars, and on the road. I’m fortunate and happy – I get to do what I love and work on fantastic projects with great filmmakers. But it is tough.”

Vikander’s acting credentials were cemented outside Scandinavia by the rave reviews she got for her role as Kitty in last year’s Anna Karenina, director Joe Wright’s inventive take on Tolstoy’s classic epic novel of doomed love in imperial Russia, which took her to London and demanded she master a British accent. Playing the naively impetuous society princess in the high-profile, stylised drama was a breakthrough role, upstaging the lead, Keira Knightley. Since then, Vikander has barely glimpsed her native country. Shooting takes her out of Sweden for long stretches – she’s most recently been in London this summer working with The Beach author and 28 Days Later scriptwriter Alex Garland on his directorial debut, science-fiction film Ex Machina, in which she plays a highly advanced robot.

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Happy 25th Birthday to the beautiful Alicia Vikander! We wish her the best in her career and in her personal life.

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Alicia was spotted on the set of her upcoming project ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E’ (also starring Henry Cavill, Armie Hammer, Hugh Grant and Elizabeth Debicki) in Rome on October 2nd, 2013.

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MOVIEZINE – “Lots of twists and turns” in Alex Garland’s sci-fi script.

The rising star Alicia Vikander is back in Sweden to promote her latest movie, the dramedy “Hotel” that premiered in Toronto just recently. Next year she will star in Guy Ritchie’s “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” and has recently wrapped “Ex Machina”, a science fiction directed by Alex Garland.

He is an extremely good writer, the script was among the best I´ve ever read. Lots of twists and turns. It is a psychological thriller with only a few characters. Trust me, you don’t want to know anymore, she tells MovieZine.se.

But we do want to know more! And we found out there are only three parts (Domhnall Gleeson and Oscar Isaac play the other two) and many long dialogue scenes, but not without a commercial appeal to it.

Alicia Vikander also shared what it’s like to play a robot:

Alex gave me lots of freedom. He allowed me to put in my own ideas and thoughts. So we really got to create for ourselves whatever she, or it, is. It was a fantastic shoot, and the shortest I’ve ever done but with the longest days. Because I was in the make up chair for many hours each day.

(Read the original story here and a longer interview here, both in Swedish.)

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Oct 2013
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Finally we’ve added 6 outtakes of Alicia from her photoshoot in Glamour UK October 2013 to the gallery. She looks very beautiful in this photoshoot. Check them out!

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Sep 2013
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Added three outtakes from Vanity Fair photoshoot. Alicia looks great as usual. Enjoy!

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AGE: 25.

PROVENANCE: Gothenburg, Sweden.

NORDIC GIRL: The Scandinavian hails from a coastal city, where she grew up with an actress mother and psychiatrist father. “I was brought up in a very creative environment. I was fortunate to see Mom’s passion towards her acting, and it inspired me from an early age.”

STAGE DOOR: Having moved to Stockholm at age 15 to attend ballet school, Vikander shifted her focus from dancing to acting. “My ballet training made me realize that I don’t need to be too afraid. I’m very grateful for those years.”

TIMELY TALENT: After she appeared in a Swedish TV series and a number of short films, Vikander gained widespread attention in back-to-back costume dramas, A Royal Affair and Anna Karenina. Next up, The Fifth Estate, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, in which she plays an early supporter of the controversial site. “It’s great to be part of something that is going on in real life at the same time, and for the film to be part of that discussion.”

THROUGH THE LENS: With other upcoming movies under her belt, including Seventh Son and Son of a Gun, Vikander has aspirations to move behind the camera, too. “I try to enjoy the journey and not focus on one goal ahead, but I would love to direct one day.”

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