Alexander Ludwig

The MixtapE! Presents Kat Graham, Alexander Ludwig and More New Music Musts

Watch: Kat Graham Releases HOT New Album With GLAAD. New music Fridays are a thrilling, yet daunting prospect for any music lover. It's essentially a weekly holiday where fan-favorite artists and fresh faces alike drop their latest offerings for all the world to hear, flooding streaming services and digital retailers with an onslaught of aural goodies. But who has the time to sit there and listen to everything before updating their playlists? There's just too much good stuff! (And, if we're being honest, usually a few stinkers, too.)
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Alexander Ludwig Releases ‘Faded on Me’ From Forthcoming EP [EXCLUSIVE]

Alexander Ludwig has new music to share with his fans. The multi-talented performer just dropped “Faded on Me,” the first single from his forthcoming Highway 99 album, out on August 26. Although Ludwig enjoys writing as much as he does recording and performing, “Faded on Me” is one from his new record that he, perhaps surprisingly, didn’t write.
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Alexander Ludwig Announces August Release of His Second Album

Actor/musician Alexander Ludwig (Heels, Vikings) will drop his second album – Highway 99 – on August 26, 2022. The upcoming album will include 16 tracks and is described as blending Country storytelling with rock ‘n’ roll energy. “If my album could be summed up in a...

Hunger Games' Alexander Ludwig and Wife Lauren Reveal They Suffered Third Miscarriage

Alexander Ludwig and wife Lauren Ludwig are opening up about their third pregnancy loss. Lauren, who tied the knot with the Hunger Games star in January 2021, announced the heartbreaking news on Instagram on May 21, beginning her emotional caption, "I have gone back and forth on whether or not to post anything about this but decided we all need to start talking about the truth more."

'Heels' Season 2 Begins Filming in Atlanta With Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig

The Duffy Wrestling League is getting ready to start back up once again. Starz's critically acclaimed pro wrestling drama Heels has officially begun filming for Season 2. The announcement comes via the official Heels Twitter page with a post that reads, "Big things are happening in Duffy, GA." The caption was joined by a photo of series stars Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig standing in the yard of Amell's character's house in the series, with the former holding a film slate in his hand.
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Vikings: Valhalla Stars Talk Taking Over Beloved Franchise On Netflix, And The Kind Note Alexander Ludwig Sent Sam Corlett

One of cable’s biggest hits of the past — and one that delivered some seriously lethal hits of its own — Vikings wrapped up its six-season run as 2020 came to a close, but with the promise of a sequel series already on the horizon. Netflix subscribers were recently gifted with the premiere of that series, Vikings: Valhalla, and it quickly rose to the top of the streaming service’s ranks. As one might imagine, stars such as Sam Corlett, Leo Suter and Bradley Freegard felt a bit of intimidation in taking over a franchise once fronted by the likes of Alexander Ludwig, Travis Fimmel and Katheryn Ludwig.

Guy Ritchie Action Movie Begins In Spain; Dar Salim, Alexander Ludwig, Antony Starr, Emily Beecham Among Joining Cast

EXCLUSIVE: Filming is underway in Alicante, Spain, on Guy Ritchie’s untitled action-thriller starring Oscar nominee Jake Gyllenhaal. Joining opposite Gyllenhaal is Dar Salim (Warrior) as Ahmed, the local Afghan interpreter working for the U.S. military who risks his life to save Gyllenhaal’s Sgt. Kinley. Also joining are Alexander Ludwig (The Hunger Games), Antony Starr (The Boys), Jason Wong (The Gentleman) Bobby Schofield (Anne), Sean Sagar (The Gentlemen) and Emily Beecham (Cruella). Gyllenhaal plays Sgt. John Kinley, who is on his last tour of duty in Afghanistan when he is teamed with local interpreter Ahmed to survey the region. When their unit is ambushed...

Alexander Ludwig

After starring in the hugely successful blockbuster, The Hunger Games (2012)for which he received two awards, Alexander has gone on to work in films such as Lone Survivor (2013), The Final Girls (2015), and Bad Boys for Life (2020), and received critical acclaim for his performance as Bjorn Ironside in the Global hit television series, Vikings (2013). Today, he talks to Torg & Elliott about his new film, National Champions, out this Friday in theaters.

‘National Champions’ Trailer: Stephen James, Alexander Ludwig, And JK Simmons Star In A High-Stakes NCAA Drama

With NCAA championship sports raking in billions of dollars every single year, the debate has been raging whether college athletes should be compensated monetarily. When you consider that maybe 1% of them will make it to the pros, is it fair that these athletes give up so much of their bodies to make others rich while they get nothing but an education? The new film National Champions takes on this hotly-debated topic head-on with an extremely talented cast in front of the camera, and a director in Ric Roman Waugh who is on something of a roll.

Alexander Ludwig | Feeling Good, Feeling Light

In the very last breath of September, actor Alexander Ludwig finds himself on a Zoom call some 956 miles away from me. He’s in Atlanta. He’s just moved there for the most recent filming session of wrestling drama series, Heels. I feel I could cut the tension with a digital knife. Why? Well, to be quite transparent, I nursed a minor crush on the then 20-year-old actor when I was 12; spurred by his role as Cato in The Hunger Games. The blonde hair, blue eyes, and chiseled bod contributed to an inevitable chokehold he would have on any young girl’s heart. Perhaps anticipating the conceited and ruthless Cato-demeanor, I’m quickly disarmed. Ludwig is contrarily lovely and kind.

Why It's So Fun To Play A Villain, According To Heels' Stephen Amell And Alexander Ludwig

Spoilers below for the third episode of Starz's Heels, so be warned!. For its third outing, the wrestling-imbued cable drama Heels brought a legitimate wrestler into the mix with former WWE superstar and current AEW fave CM Punk as the blood-loving Ricky Rabies. As awesome as that appearance was, the biggest moment for the show's central story involved Alexander Ludwig's Ace Spade finally giving into the advice from Stephen Amell's Jack that he should just embrace the fan backlash and the screwjob by becoming a villain within the DWL. Now we've got both Spade brothers truly living up to the show's title.

Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig Wrestle With Emotions, Loyalties and Egos in Starz’s “Heels”

It was Saturday morning in the late ’80s, and for a young Stephen Amell growing up in Toronto, that meant it was time to turn on the TV and devour the day’s WWE matchups. But that was never enough — Amell would head down to his local Videoflicks and rent or buy the latest VHS tapes of colosseum and Pay-Per-View matches, as he didn’t have one of those big satellite dishes to watch his heroes live. Never did he dream that his boyish fascination would eventually find him in the ring pitted against Cody Rhodes in a WWE SummerSlam or that he’d be headlining a series where he was the heel (in wrestling talk, that’s the villain).