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Friday, July 30, 2010

More Pix of Kiefer Sutherland on the Beach in Copenhagen

More Pix of Kiefer Sutherland on the Beach in Copenhagen
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Source: eastnews

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Kiefer Sutherland at Ophelia Beach in Copenhagen

Kiefer Sutherland at
Ophelia Beach in Copenhagen
July 2010
Kiefer Sutherland enjoyed the sun on Ophelia Beach in Copenhagen
43 year old Kiefer was in Copenhagen because he has a role in Von Trier's new film Melancholia
The film is to be recorded in Sweden, but he prepared himself for the role in Denmark.

Photo: Dan Mariegaard / All Over Press

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Kiefer Sutherland to play the Leading Man in Melancholia

Kiefer Sutherland to play the leading man in Melancholia

Lars Von Trier Leaks Details "Antichrist" Follow-Up

Danish director Lars von Trier
Courtesy Wikimedia Commons
By Nicolai Hartvig, ARTINFO France
Published: July 28, 2010

Courtesy Zentropa
"Melancholia" is shooting now in Skjollhättan, Sweden

PARIS—Lars von Trier offered a trademark few words to describe his new opus on Tuesday — but one of them stuck. Asked to describe the visual style of "Melancholia," which has begun shooting in the Swedish city of Trollhättan and is due for release next year, the Danish director said: "Shit." Von Trier quickly added, “No, I hope not. But a little shittier than the one I did before.”

Few will forget that last work, "Antichrist," which shocked Cannesbefore earning female lead Charlotte Gainsbourg the festival's best actress award last year. The story of a couple secluding themselves in a forest cabin named "Eden" to overcome the grief over the death of their son — only to cryptically be possessed by nature’s evil and descend into madness and harrowing genital mutilation — was born in part from the difficult depression from which von Trier was suffering at the time.

The notoriously capricious director was mum about the plot for his self-scripted "Melancholia," which production company Zentropa has described as a psychological disaster movie with an end-of-the-world scenario. Still, not too many people will die, at least not on screen, according to the producers.

“I have a plan and nobody will ever find out what the plan is,” a playful von Trier told the audience of 60 frustrated — though hardly surprised — journalists who had traveled from across Europe to query him and his cast. “It’s a story about two sisters and a planet,” von Trier revealed. “Kirsten [Dunst] is getting married, but only for a short while, of course.”

The lucky on-screen husband will be Alexander Skarsgaard (perhaps best known from the HBO series "True Blood" and "Generation Kill"), whose father Stellan Skarsgaard also appears in "Melancholia." Kiefer Sutherland will play the leading man, joined by an intriguing cast of thespian talents and cult favorites, among them John Hurt, a returning Charlotte Gainsbourg, Charlotte Rampling and Udo Kier.

Dunst is the latest Hollywood star invited to descend into von Trier’s convoluted universe, following the paths of Nicole Kidman ("Dogville") and Willem Dafoe ("Antichrist"). Penelope Cruz was reportedly also in talks with von Trier for the role before deciding to favor the fourth "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie.

“I’m afraid of what I can say and can’t say,” noted a smiling Dunst. “You can say anything, come on,” replied von Trier. “We don’t rehearse," Dunst volunteered. "It keeps things really alive.”


Monday, July 26, 2010

Kiefer Sutherland Photos from the Melancholia Press Event in Sweden

Kiefer Sutherland Photos from Melancholia Press Event
July 26, 2010 Trollhattan Sweden
Source: Dazia

Melancholia Press Conference Video with Kiefer Sutherland July 2010

Video of Melancholia Press Conference in
Trollhattan Sweden with Kiefer Sutherland

Mysterious Meet the Press for Melancholia with Kiefer Sutherland

NOTE: This article has been translated from Swedish to English with Google Translate

Mysterious von Trier
met the press in Trollhättan

July 26, 2010

There was not much revealed about the film Melancholia

when Lars von Trier film met the press in the West's studio in Innovatum tonight.

Much of the acting ensemble, starring Kiefer Sutherland, Kirsten Dunst

and Stellan Skarsgard, is in place in Trollhättan.

The U.S. actor Kiefer Sutherland, among other things, known for his role as Jack Bauer terroristbekämparen but now one of the actors in Melancholia, responding to press questions in Studio Fares in Trollhättan."No more happy endings", the Danish director Lars von Trier proclaimed for the upcoming film Melancholia. A film described as a psychological disaster movie, or as a wonderful film about the end of the world.

Last week began filming in Trollhättan and on Monday were the first shots inside the Film Studio in West Fares. It was also in this studio that the director and much of the ensemble received the press.

About 60 journalists - mostly from Sweden and Denmark, but also from Germany - had gathered to learn more about the film and the director's thoughts on it. Which turned out to be easier said than done.

I'm trying to say as little as possible, said von Trier.

What he managed quite well with. He said, however, that the earth in this film goes under, then it collides with another planet, and that his other films in his way to see it had a happy ending, but not this. He also said that the American actress Kirsten Dunst's character marries Alexander Skarsgård's character.

The father Stellan who plays best man.

It's always fun to work with talented actors like Alexander, and I'll be happy when I see him, he said about working with his son.

Even among the actors was the lid on, in terms of film. In contrast, the relatively consistent to express his contempt for the director and that it is an honor to participate in the project.

I would have played a waiter or anything in his film, "says Kiefer Sutherland, among other things, known for his role as Jack Bauer in the thriller series, 24th

The recordings will continue until September and the movie will premiere in May or June next year.


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Kiefer Sutherland Melancholia Press Conference July 2010

Note: This article was translated using google translate

Lars von Trier: My new move looks like shit

Melancholia. Lars von Trier (orange) flanked by Kiefer Sutherland, Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg in the press conference in Trollhättan. - Photo: Lark POSSELT

MELANCHOLIA. Lars von Trier (orange) flanked by Kiefer Sutherland, Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg in the press conference in Trollhättan. - Photo: Lark POSSELT

Press conference in Sweden on the film director's new film evolved into a farce.

Absolutely extraordinary had Europe's film press and a dozen of the world's great movie stars Monday afternoon break with each other early, 20 minutes before scheduled because neither party really got consistent.

The occasion was the presentation in the remote Swedish film studios in Trollhättan by Lars von Trier's upcoming film, 'Melancholia'.

60 journalists from north to south and east to the west were turned up to hear about the movie, to follow the big shock from Cannes in 2008, 'Antichrist', but neither he nor the glittering teams brought together actors from across the world had large grant.

READ ALSO Von Trier presents 'Melancholia'

Taciturn Trier
And the planned 45-minute news conference declined to just 20 as newspapers, web, television and radio from most of Europe gave ævred.

It quickly became clear that von Trier does not intend to tell what 'Melancholia' seems to be about, except that 'there is a wedding' and that 'there is a planet that whirls toward the ground .. . and - hmmm ...:

'Two sisters who removes from one another.

'Melancholia' is the studio has been described as a disaster movie, like 'Antichrist' up to the premiere was called a thriller, but was hardly in any conventional sense.

"But however as shit '
A comet will, more or less, collide with the planet, but not too many will die.

At the very least the film does not show too many die, it appeared.

SORRY. 'I am not very good at this ...«, sighed Lars von Trier several times during' Melancholia'-press conference in Sweden. Photo: Lark Posselt

In Politiken questions about how 'Melancholia' going to take it out visually, corresponded Trier following: 'As a shit'.

And he elaborated like:

'Maybe not quite as much as shit as the previous one. But however that shit '.

READ ALSO Star Parade is included in the new Von Trier films

Star Glitter
The American film stars Kirsten Dunst and Kiefer Sutherland were the most celebrated of Trier's stars at the presentation, and Charlotte Gainsbourg, who quite remarkably let his abdomen deface in 'Antichrist' is - guess we - the other sister, Dunst.

Stellan Skarsgård is in and play best man for the wedding between Dunst, Alexander Skarsgård, Stellan carnal son in reality.

Furthermore contributing dignitaries as John Hurt and Charlotte Rampling.

"I'm not very good at this ...«, sighed Lars von Trier several times and pulled regret on his shoulders, while the press along more or less gedulgte detours trying to ferret him out on occasion that we all found ourselves in Trollhättan .

A reporter tried to Trier to classify the film's title, 'Melancholia', as another manifestation of the director's notorious accumulation of phobias and famous downs, but Trier jumped not.

The closest he came was the auteur cognition:

'Melancholy I can relate to me'.

"Fucking Germany '
When a German reporter gently reproached Trier that he had tricked the international film press to Sweden from near and far just for not being communicative traces corresponded Trier:

'Hovhov I raised then also all the way to fucking Germany to make my previous films.

And true to say was 'Antichrist' filmed on location in the deep forests of Germany, a residence allegedly not exactly helped the depression that was offset of the film, which was one of the biggest scandal successes at Cannes ever.

Footage of 'Melancholia' has been underway for just three days, and Monday was the first time, the team shot in studios in Trollhättan, where three more of Trier's film has become.

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