Kim Bodnia Stars In Killing Eve On BBC America

Kim Bodnia (The Bridge) features as Konstantin alongside Sandra Oh (Grey’s Anatomy) and Jodie Comer (The White Princess) in BBC America's forthcoming drama Killing Eve, written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag). Based on the novellas by Luke Jennings, Killing Eve is a tale of two women. Eve (Sandra Oh) is a bored, whip-smart, pay-grade security services operative whose desk job doesn’t live up to her fantasy of being a spy, while Villanelle (Jodie Comer) is an elegant assassin who loves the luxuries

Claes Bang Unravels With The New Mrs. Keller

It has been announced that Claes Bang (The Square), who won Best Actor at the European Film Awards in December, will play the male lead in Pierre Morel's (Taken) sci-fi thriller The New Mrs. Keller, written by Mark Hogan. Set in the near future, smart, beautiful and sophisticated, Vera Keller is far more than she seems as she ensnares her husband, prominent surgeon Dr. David Keller (Claes Bang), in a tense deception. Virtual reality intertwines with reality as David’s world unravels. Claes

Badehotellet Returns For Season Six In 2019

On Monday evening, the fifth season of Badehotellet drew to a close on TV2 Danmark, and so has the first part of the story. However, writers Stig Thorsboe and Hanna Lundblad have revealed that it will return in 2019. When we return to the Andersen Badehotel in Jutland for the sixth season next year, it will be the summer of 1939 and the spectre of World War II looms as the story moves on six years since we last met its

Winter Brothers Wins Best Film At Bodil Awards

In a ceremony hosted by satirical trio PLATT-FORM (Mille Lehfeldt, Laus Høybye & Jakob Fauerby) at the People's Theatre in Nørregade on Saturday, the Danish Film Critics Association announced the winners of the 71st Bodil Awards (Bodilprisen). Despite nominations in several categories for the front runners, no single film dominated the night, but Hlynur Pálmason's debut feature Winter Brothers (Vinterbrødre) came out on top with Best Film, to complement its recent nine wins at the Robert Awards and the Dreyer Award

Jacob Lohmann To Volunteer For Prison Choir

Filming has begun on De Frivillige (The Volunteers), a dark musical comedy about a prison choir in an isolation wing, written by Lars Husum and directed by Frederikke Aspöck. De Frivillige follows incarcerated celebrity financier and jet-setter Markus Føns (Jacob Lohmann) who, after a brutal assault by a gang of bikers in connection with his shady past, decides to opt for the relative safety of voluntary isolation with the most vulnerable inmates. The isolation wing has a prison choir which Markus decides