Solsidan Star Johan Rheborg Assaulted At His Home

Solsidan star Johan Rheborg has posted on his Facebook page that he was attacked by a large group of fans at his home in the early hours of Tuesday morning: "Attacked by a large group of fans, at 1:30 tonight, who first followed me into the bike room even though I clearly told them to leave and then they tried to get into the stairwell." "Did not dare use the access code because they surrounded me from behind and then I got

Sparrows Takes Four Awards At Les Arcs

The 7th Les Arcs European Film Festival has awarded the Crystal Arrow for Best Film to Rúnar Rúnarsson’s Sparrows, and this decision was echoed by the Press Prize. In addition, Atli Óskar Fjalarsson, who was recently announced as a Shooting Star for 2016, was named Best Actor, and Sophia Olsson picked up Best Cinematography. These latest accolades extend a strong festival run this year for Sparrows. Notable wins include the Silver Hugo Award in the New Directors competition at the 51st

Kinnaman Feared For Her Life While Filming Modus

In promoting Modus for its Norwegian premiere on Sunday night, Melinda Kinnaman revealed in an interview with TV2 the genuine fear that she felt when filming scenes with Marek Oravec: "There was a fight scene where I got quite a shock. I had the bad guy over me and he took me by the throat. Then I suddenly felt that he might kill me for real. It's a feeling that I've never felt before. I felt vulnerable." "Even though I know Marek

Dag Earns Place In Top Five Shows Of 2015

The Independent has announced its top five shows of the year, and included Dag amongst its number, saying that it "proved that Norway could successfully create left-field HBO-style comedy." When asked by VG to comment on this accolade from a British newspaper, Atle Antonsen said: "Of course it's really fun to get a nod from a quality paper in an empire that can do TV, drama and entertainment, and where competition is so fierce and diversity so overwhelming." "Honours primarily go to

Jo Nesbø’s The Snowman Theatrical Release Announced

The movie adaptation of Jo Nesbø’s thriller The Snowman will hit cinemas October 13th, 2017. Under the direction of Tomas Alfredson, Michael Fassbender will star as detective Harry Hole, with Rebecca Ferguson as his sidekick and Charlotte Gainsbourg on board in an unconfirmed role. Golden Globe nominee Michael Fassbender is to play a detective who investigates the murder of a number of women around Oslo. His training with the FBI leads him to search for links between the cases, and with