Game Of Thrones Star Teases Season 8 Storyline

In their final scene together in Game Of Thrones season seven, Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) indicated that she might have her brother and sometimes lover Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) killed, to which he replied: "I don't believe you." Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has now explained to Vanity Fair the subtext to that retort: "I'm calling your bluff, and, you know, you can't hurt me now because my heart has been destroyed by you. You can't hurt me any more than you already have." "That's, of

Ruben Östlund & Joachim Trier To Join Academy

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which organises the Oscars, has invited a record 928 new members to join the organisation as it continues to address the historical dominance of ageing white men. People of colour (38 percent) and women (49 percent) are an important part of this year's invitation list, but increased representation of international talent from both in front of and behind the camera also play a role in the Academy's drive towards diversity. Invited from Norway are

Johannes Lassen Wins Best Actor Nymphe D’Or

On Tuesday, the 58th Festival de Télévision in Monte-Carlo awarded the Nymphe d’Or for Best Actor to Johannes Lassen for his role in Danish hostage drama Below The Surface (Gidseltagningen), against stiff competition from Ioan Gruffudd (Liar), Billy Campbell (Cardinal) and Charles Berling (The Frozen Dead). In Below The Surface, when fifteen people are taken hostage in a subway train, a terror taskforce led by Philip Norgaard (Johannes Lassen) and Louise Falk (Sara Hjort Ditlevsen) is dispatched to rescue them. Meanwhile, reporter

The Lawyer | Advokaten – Season 1

NEWS | SEASON 1 1. Criminal lawyer Frank Nordling tries not to think about his childhood trauma when he and his sister Sara witnessed the murder of their parents. However, Sara, who is now a police officer, discovers some evidence that leads her into Copenhagen's underworld. 2. Frank gets a case at the law firm representing Thomas Waldman. He is given a week to win and for the first time is forced to play the game in order to get closer to the truth

Guilty Star Had To Leave Home For Role

Danish actor Jakob Cedergren has revealed to Ritzau that filming for his starring role in Gustav Möller's debut feature The Guilty (Den skyldige) was so intense that he had to physically distance himself from family... ARTICLE CONTINUES ON PATREON...