Matthias Schoenaerts

First-Look Images of Matthias Schoenaerts, Noomi Rapace in Sky, Canal+ Western ‘Django’

First-look images from Django, the “high-concept reimagining” of the classic Spaghetti Western for European TV giants Sky Studios and Canal+, give a peek into the 10-episode TV series and show Matthias Schoenaerts (The Danish Girl), Noomi Rapace (Prometheus) and their fellow cast members in action. Sky Studios released the images Friday as production continues in Romania. Schoenaerts stars as the eponymous Django, joined by Nicholas Pinnock (Fortitude, Top Boy) as antagonist John Ellis, Rapace as Ellis’ enemy Elizabeth and Lisa Vicari (Dark) as Django’s long-lost daughter Sarah. Loosely based on the Sergio Corbucci feature of the same name, the English-language series is...
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Matthias Schoenaerts

Performing has been a part of Matthias Schoenaerts’ life for almost as long as he can remember. He started his professional career when he was just 13-years-old, and although his journey has had some twists and turns, he’s managed to become an international star. His resume now includes over 60 acting credits, and the list grows more and more each year. His passion for telling stories comes through in every project he works on. He has earned the respect of colleagues and the admiration of fans, and he’s looking forward to giving the world even more great performances. Continue reading to learn 10 things you didn’t know about Matthias Schoenaerts.
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How Matthias Schoenaerts Almost Became Zack Snyder’s Batman

Director Zack Snyder’s DC Extended Universe debut, 2013’s Man of Steel, may have delivered respectable global box office numbers ($668 million) in showcasing star Henry Cavill, but it wasn’t an acclaimed watershed pop culture moment that guaranteed Warner Bros. a money-printing, Marvel Cinematic Universe-style operation. Thus, 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice saw Snyder expedite an introduction to a new Batman—just four years after the end of Christopher Nolan’s beloved trilogy—on the stardom of Ben Affleck. However, Snyder’s revealed backup Batman proves that he was all in on the idea, Affleck notwithstanding.

Matthias Schoenaerts to lead Canal+, Sky Western series ‘Django’

Matthias Schoenaerts will take on the title role in Django, a new Western series from Canal+ and Sky that will head into production in May 2021. The 10 x one-hour episode English-language series will be produced by Italian independent company Cattleya and France’s Atlantique Productions, as a Canal+ Création Originale and Sky Original title.