I like to think this is something that doesn't need to be said, but let's just throw it out there anyway: Serial killers are not sexy. Or fun. Or funny. They're monsters. But then fictional serial killers show up in a story as a well-dressed psychiatrist or a good-looking vampire and they're tapping into a very particular trope that inspires huge franchises like Hannibal and True Blood. Until Killing Eve I avoided anything featuring that trope. Now I'm totally enamoured and have spent the show's entire debut season trying to figure out why.
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Earlier this year, Mads Mikkelsen revealed that he had actually auditioned for a part in Josh Trank's fantastically awful Fantastic Four reboot. But what caused him to abandoned his attempt to join the movie altogether? According to the actor, a truly weird audition that was all about the length of his arms. Yes, really.
Mads Mikkelsen stepped into the hugely important role of Galen Erso, the man who made the Death Star work. The actor also had the equally Herculean task of keeping all the details about his character secret. Now that Rogue One's out on Digital HD, we talked to Mikkelsen about all those details -- and also about how some patrons in his local bar may have learned them a little bit early.
Video: A slightly different, international trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has hit the web. With it comes a few seconds of new footage and one very intriguing reveal.
Over the weekend, Doctor Strange returned to New York for filming, and while we've already seen Benedict Cumberbatch's highly memetic Stephen Strange running around, new pictures have emerged giving us our first look at Mads Mikkelsen's unknown character... and we only have more questions about his role after seeing them.