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Alexander Skarsgård Is Playing A ‘Werner Herzog-Type’ In A ‘Documentary Now!’ Episode Written By John Mulaney

Many of 2022’s most-anticipated shows have already premiered (Stranger Things, Hacks, the Muppets episode of Holey Moley), but don’t forget about Documentary Now!. The mockumentary series on IFC, created by Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, Seth Meyers, and Rhys Thomas, is “basically perfect,” although you can get rid of the qualifier for season three’s “Original Cast Album: Co-Op”: it is perfect (more like Richard KING).
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Actor Alexander Skarsgård’s Galley Kitchen Doesn’t Feel Small Thanks to This Cabinet Style

Notoriously cramped and dark, galley kitchens get a bad rap. However, Alexander Skarsgård figured out how to maximize light and minimize visual clutter in his just-listed East Village penthouse. Real-estate firm Compass gave us a look into The Northman star’s soon-to-be-former New York City home, up for sale for $2.6 million, and we couldn’t help but notice that his kitchen cabinets are the top selling point.

Alexander Skarsgard, Dane DeHaan Starring in ‘The Tiger’ From Ukrainian Director Myroslav Slaboshpytskyi

Click here to read the full article. Alexander Skarsgard will star in “The Tiger” as the leader of a group of men tasked with protecting the endangered cats from poachers and loggers. The actor recently headlined the blood-drenched viking epic “The Northman,” receiving a great deal of attention for his physical transformation into a chiseled Norse avenger. He will team here with Ukrainian filmmaker Myroslav Slaboshpytskyi, who wrote and will direct “The Tiger” based on the book by John Vaillant. Slaboshpytskyi previously directed 2014’s “The Tribe,” a critically-heralded story about a school for the deaf that was done entirely in Ukrainian...

Alexander Skarsgård And Dane DeHaan Will Play Reluctant Tiger Hunters In The Tiger

"The Northman" star Alexander Skarsgård is teaming up with Dane DeHaan, producer Darren Aronofsky, and Ukrainian writer-director Myroslav Slaboshpytskyi for "The Tiger," a film adaptation of the bestselling book by John Vaillant. As Amleth in "The Northman," Skarsgård may be eager to avenge his father, save his mother, and kill his uncle Fjölnir, but his character in "The Tiger" will be considerably less eager to hunt a tiger that killed a poacher in self-defense.

Alexander Skarsgård lists his top-floor East Village co-op for $2.6M

Actor Alexander Skarsgård has just listed his top-floor townhouse co-op at 119 East 10th Street for $2,599,000, roughly $300,000 more than he paid in 2017 for the East Village apartment, which once belonged to actress Parker Posey (Chloe Sevigny also lived in the same building before heading to Brooklyn in 2013). The Emmy-nominated star of “Big Little Lies” and “True Blood” oversaw a thorough renovation of the loft-like one-bedroom home, giving its pre-war details and wood-beamed ceilings a careful upgrade, a renovated kitchen, and more (h/t Architectural Digest).

Alexander Skarsgård looks back on Zoolander, his first U.S. role: 'very crazy and very glamorous'

Alexander Skarsgård has vivid memories of shooting his first U.S. film, Zoolander. "The fact that we shot it driving this Jeep down Broadway [in Manhattan], cutting through traffic, singing the Wham! song.... it was all very surreal," Skarsgård says when he sat down with EW in April to discuss his career highlights to date. "I was barely an actor — I was on vacation in Hollywood when I got the job."
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Alexander Skarsgård Is Listing His Historic East Village Apartment for $2.6 Million

Right now, Alexander Skarsgård can be seen in theaters across the country as Amleth, the Viking prince at the center of Robert Eggers’s The Northman. Coincidentally, his painstakingly renovated East Village co-op will soon be on view, too. Skarsgård’s 19th century one bedroom apartment will soon hit the market for $2.6 million, AD can confirm. This is a modest increase from the $2.3 million the Big Little Lies villain paid for the New York City home back in 2017.