First Official Trailer For The Girl In The Spider’s Web

The first official trailer has been released for Fede Alvarez' (Don't Breathe) English language adaptation of the fourth book in the Millennium series, The Girl In The Spider's Web, which stars Claire Foy (The Crown) as Lisbeth Salander and Sverrir Gudnason (Borg/McEnroe) as Mikael Blomkvist. In the source novel by David Lagercrantz, which follows on from Stieg Larsson's original trilogy, Salander becomes the target of ruthless cyber gangsters, and a violent criminal conspiracy brings terror to the snowbound streets

The Inner Circle To Begin Filming At Almedalen

Viaplay has announced that new eight-part political drama The Inner Circle (Den inre cirkeln), based on the debut novel by political strategist Per Schlingmann, will begin filming next month at the annual Almedalen Week political forum in Visby. The Inner Circle follows those at the very epicentre of the political world, during a hot summer at Almedal, with Niklas Engdahl (Bonus Family) as a career-driven business minister, Nanna Blondell (Hassel) as his press officer, and Ebba Hultkvist (Skärgårdsdoktorn) will also star. Per

IT Sequel Begins Filming In Toronto This Summer

Indiewire has revealed that Andy Muschietti's sequel to last year's adaptation of Stephen King's IT, starring Bill Skarsgård as Pennywise the clown, will begin filming this July in Toronto. IT tells the story of seven adults who return to their hometown of Derry, Maine to confront a nightmare they had first stumbled upon as teenagers... An evil without a name... IT. However, the movie released last September told only the half of the story, focusing on the protagonists as children. The concluding

Cannes Festival Invites Supernatural Border

Danish director Ali Abbasi, whose debut feature Shelley was nominated at both the Bodil and Robert Awards this year, will compete in the Un Certain Regard sidebar of the 71st Cannes Film Festival (8 - 19 May) with his supernatural love story Border (Gräns), based on the novel by John Ajvide Lindqvist (Let the Right One In). A border guard (Eva Melander) with a sixth sense for identifying smugglers develops a strange attraction to a suspect (Eero Milonoff) who is the

Obituary: Barbro “Lill-Babs” Svensson

Swedish singer and actress Lill-Babs, who recently starred in Bonus Family, has passed away after a short illnees at 80 years of age. In early March, she suffered from heart failure, and during her stay in hospital a malignant tumour was found. Barbro "Lill-Babs" Svensson was born in Järvsö in 1938 and released her first album in 1954. She became known as the Järvsø Judy Garland but was later given the name Lill-Babs by Simon Brehm, who discovered her on the