Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, God Jul and a fabulous New Year to all of our visitors and, of course, the lovely Ingrid Bolsø Berdal herself! We really love working on the site and appreciate your continued support. We can’t wait to see what 2018 will bring to Ingrid – and you can be sure that we’ll be here to cover it every step of the way!
Didn’t catch Ingrid in the video but still very exciting! 🙂
New clips of the Westworld: Season 2 have been released in HBO‘s annual Coming Soon video. The 2018 HBO Coming Soon video features scene snippets and dialogue from the upcoming season of the science fiction TV series.
In the most memorable piece of dialogue, The Man in Black / William (Ed Harris) says: “You wanted me to play your game. I gonna burn it to the ground”
The production of Season 2 of Westworld has not been without bumps in the road.
On Monday last week, HBO said in a statement, “Due to nearby wildfires, ‘Westworld’ stopped production earlier today and will resume filming as soon as it’s safe to do so.” In a separate statement, “Westworld” star Ed Harris also revealed, “So far, we’ve shot some from episode 1, episode 2, some from episode 4, some from episode 10. They’re committed to having the scripts done to shoot so we’re done by Christmas.”
After shutting down operations on Monday, the series immediately resumed production the following day with a Fire Safety Officer on set to ensure the safety of the “Westworld” season 2 cast and crew throughout the shooting day.
Westworld: Season 2 will also star Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, Zahn McClarnon, Katja Herbers, Thandie Newton, Talulah Riley, Jonathan Tucker, Louis Herthum, Neil Jackson, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal, Luke Hemsworth, Simon Quarterman, Angela Sarafyan, Tessa Thompson, Shannon Woodward, Steven Ogg, Timothy Lee DePriest, and Jeffrey Wright.
The people and the companies behind the scenes of Westworld: The series is executive produced and written Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. Westworld is also executive produced by J.J. Abrams, Jerry Weintraub, Bryan Burk. Westworld is produced by Bad Robot Productions.
Hopefully people will be save if they live close by and that production will be able to begin soon again!
The fast-moving Southern California wildfires on Tuesday have affected filming on HBO’s Westworld, ET has learned.
The show is currently in production on season two, which is expected to premiere sometime in 2018. In a statement on Tuesday, a rep for HBO confirmed the shutdown.
“Due to nearby wildfires, Westworld stopped production earlier today and will resume filming as soon as it’s safe to do so,” the statement reads.
Thousands of Southern Californians fled their homes Tuesday as a massive brush fire spread through parts of Ventura County. The fires have been largely fueled by strong Santa Ana winds, which are expected to last until Thursday. CNN reports that the fire had grown to 50,000 acres by Tuesday afternoon.
A new photo from the upcoming movie Forget About Nick and I’m looking so much forward to seeing this movie!
Katja Riemann and Ingrid Bolso Berdal play two discarded ex-wives forced to share their former husband’s New York apartment in Margarethe von Trotta’s first English-language film.
If there’s one take-away from Forget About Nick, the first English-language film by German director Margarethe von Trotta, it’s that nothing much has changed in the 20 years since The First Wives Club rang a familiar bell for middle-aged female audiences. Successful men still trade their spouses in for younger models (here, the titular Nick’s new girlfriend is literally a model) and their discarded wives are left weeping, soul-searching and/or plotting revenge.
In this traditionally shot international comedy, Von Trotta and screenwriter Pamela Katz, who co-scripted the director’s historical films Rosenstrasse and Hannah Arendt, have an engagingly modern (though hardly radical) outlook, but no great new insights to offer about the unfair disparity between the aging sexes and their exes. The graceful English dialogue and New York City setting should anyhow help the Match Factory release to do some international business after its initial bows at the Cologne and Tokyo festivals, and the helmer’s fans will want to check out how she fares in this unlikely genre.
The international cast could have stepped out of a Woody Allen movie. The amiable Katja Riemann (who headlined von Trotta’s Rosenstrasse and I Am the Other Woman) plays the 50-ish Maria, and Norwegian stage actress Ingrid Bolso Berdal is the newly dumped 40-year-old ex-model and now fashion designer Jade. Both women were married to Nick for 10 years, and both were left when they turned 40.