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Alexander Skarsgård Leads The Swedish Invasion

E! Online aired a segment featuring actors and actresses from Sweden – aptly called, The Swedish Invasion! This wouldn’t be complete without Alexander Skarsgård, (his father) Stellan Skarsgård, Noomi Rapace, Michael Nykvist, Joel Kinnaman, and Malin Ackerman!

They begin this segment with an Eric and Sookie scene from True Blood, then move on to Alex on the red carpet! Alex tells E! Online about filming Melancholia in Sweden, where the cast and crew all lived together!

Watch it below!

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6 comments on “Alexander Skarsgård Leads The Swedish Invasion

  1. HIS CAREER IS OFF TO A GOOD START … I WISH HIM THE BEST LOVE ME SOME ALEXANDER SKARSGARD

  2. Alex’s career is really starting to pick up now. I’m glad that hes’ going to be in more feature films and wish for him all the success in the world!!!!

  3. He deserves success, he has talent and looks…. Looking forward to see him in more films where he can show how good he’s at acting.

  4. Great E! Online started the segment by featuring first of all AS- way to go. He deserves it as he is not like any other actors who just rely on good looks. He has substance, very good at what he is doing, sensitive and very smart- and oh of course he can’t help it if he looks amazing as well.

  5. Alexander works very hard and he deserves all the best in his future endeavors. Congratulations, Viking.

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