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The Salvation Dir. Kristian Levring [Nordisk Film; 2015] by Alan Zilberman Rating: Mads Mikkelsen has played everyone from a James Bond villain to Hannibal Lecter, yet in his native Denmark he gets the opportunity to play good guys, too. Show More Summary
With almost as much tension as a Hannibal episode.
I don’t know when the term revisionist Western came into widespread use, but it’s time we retired it. Even when it meant something, it was a bit of an overstatement; most of the great Westerns bucked convention in one way or another. But starting around the 1960s, it seemed like... More »
A Danish revenge Western starring Mads Mikkelsen, huh? If he credited director were Nicholas Winding Refn, the idea could pass for a “Funny or Die” pastiche. A little bit inside, admittedly—one needs to be a real up-to-the-minute cinephile to get the joke, but it’s pretty…evocative. Show More Summary
A throwback to the cynical spaghetti Westerns of the ’60s and ’70s, The Salvation stars Mads Mikkelsen as a Danish immigrant who finds himself squaring off against badmen in a decrepit one-saloon town where the undertaker doubles as the mayor and the preacher moonlights as the sheriff. Show More Summary
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'Hannibal' Star Mads Mikkelsen heads to the wild west in the first trailer for the white-knuckle revenge tale 'The Salvation'. [...]
Since there wasn't much to do in the Old West, it seems like there's always a tale of revenge to be told. And that's just what we get with The Salvation, a story that follows a Danish ex-soldier (Mads Mikkelsen) who takes down the men who killed his wife and son. Show More Summary
Mads Mikkelsen and Eva Green head west in The Salvation, a film that features Mikkelsen as a Danish soldier seeking a new life in the US. But a set of violence incidents with a bad gang leaves several dead at the hands of Mikkelsen’s...Show More Summary
We recently learned that NBC's "Hannibal" will be returning to this summer and will will push into RED DRAGON territory as confirmed by Richard Armitage’s casting as Francis Dolarhyde. Now we've got a sneak peek...Show More Summary
The first teaser trailer for the highly anticipated third season of the grisly series Hannibal features an obsessed Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) in search answers from the very slippery Dr. Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) after being left for dead in the bloody season 2 finale. Our minds can concoct all sorts of scenarios when we don’t […]
Happy birthday to "Hannibal" star Mads Mikkelsen who celebrates his 49th birthday on Saturday (Nov. 22)! The Danish actor became the new face of pop culture's most notorious cannibal only two seasons ago, though his film credits have made him one of Denmark's biggest stars. Show More Summary
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"Hannibal" has just started production on Season 3, and like seasons past, it will divide its 13 episodes into two arcs. The first half will deal with Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier (Gillian Anderson) onShow More Summary
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Go behind-the-scenes of a pivotal moment in the second season of “Hannibal” when Mads Mikkelsen finds himself in a (rare) vulnerable state. The cast and crew talk about the moment in this exclusive clip from the forthcoming home video release of “Hannibal: Season Two.” “Hannibal: Season Two,” the next chapter of the smash hit series […]
"Hannibal" Season 3 is going to be seeing a lot more of Bedelia du Maurier. TVLine is reporting Gillian Anderson has been promoted to series regular on the NBC drama.When viewers last saw Bedelia, she and Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) had evaded capture by flying out of the United States. Show More Summary