Boy Kills World is being compared to movies like John Wick, The Hunger Games and Kingsman as it hits theaters.
Boy Kills World['s] side-scrolling thrills can lead to some pretty amazing action, but lack the story that makes such excitement worth following.
Fans of The Crow have a lot of thoughts after seeing Bill Skarsgård's look for the remake and comparing it to Brandon Lee's version.
Bill Skarsgård reveals where his character is from and what he wants in John Wick: Chapter 4.
Bill Skarsgård stars in Boy Kills World, and he’s shirtless and ripped in our first look at the upcoming movie.
Bill Skarsgård is jumping back into the action genre with John Wick: Chapter 4.
While you might think after playing Pennywise so brilliantly in director Andy Muschietti’s two It movies that Bill Skarsgård wouldn’t get nervous when taking on a new role, but you’d be mistaken. In fact, Skarsgård told me he wasn’t sure he could pull off his character in director Antonio Campos’ adaptation of Donald Ray Pollack’s award-winning novel, The Devil All the Time. He went on to reveal that he actually auditioned for the role and even after he booked the film, he was unsure he could pull it off. It was interesting …
From writer/directors Dan Berk and Robert Olsen, the warped horror dramedy Villains follows amateur criminals Mickey (Bill Skarsgård) and Jules (Maika Monroe), who find themselves at the house of George (Jeffrey Donovan) and Gloria (Kyra Sedgwick), after their car dies while fleeing a gas station robbery. Even though they stopped at a random house to look for a new set of wheels to take them on the road toward a fresh start, the pair of young lovers end up learning that these sadistic homeowners have a dark secret that they will do anything to keep from getting out. …
Bill Skarsgård is so terrifying as Pennywise in the IT movies that even he had nightmares of the dancing clown after he finished filming.
No matter your critical thoughts on Andy Muschietti's big-screen adaptations of Stephen King's IT, there's no denying the two films clown-danced their way to the freaking bank. The two-part tale of a gang of small-town misfits taking on an immortal fear-monster from beyond the stars currently holds the #1 and #2 spots for horror film openings—2017's Chapter One at $123.4 million and Chapter 2 at $91 million—with the second part currently sitting at the top spot worldwide. In the age of tentpoles and franchises, money usually = sequels, prequels, …
IT: Chapter Two may be the end of Stephen King’s famed horror story, but Pennywise actor Bill Skarsgard is interested in a potential third film.
Right off the bat Villains lets you know it's not the standard film fest fare. We're introduced to Mickey (Bill Skarsgard) and Jules (Maika Monroe), two young lovebirds who happen to be sticking up gas stations to scrounge enough money to keep chugging along on their road trip to the ocean. Yes, they may be criminals, but they're more in the gentleman/lady mold than the psychopathic type. Their hearts are in the right place and the chemistry between Skarsgard and Monroe is crackling from frame one. They're just quirky enough to be fun and just … The post ‘Villains’ Review: Bill Skarsgård and Maika Monroe Shine in Offbeat SXSW Midnighter appeared first on Collider.