Double Alexander Skarsgård at TIFF. Sounds delicious

It does, doesn’t it? Double Skarsgård.  But sadly it’s not the double most of you thought of. But it is the second best thing. Two of his movies are coming out and will be presented  there and personal the ones I want to see too. But hey I would watch him in almost everything.

Got my Battleship dvd and i proudly stan and I’ve been rewinding the shit of it like a boss too and watching him do his thing. Especially the Massive Martyr death scene he received. Jesus talk about killing someone. Although since there will be a second I hope they bring him back because you know he could have totally survive that explosion by being blowed out to sea and being saved by an Hawaiian villager who nurses him back to health. It would be amnesia Stone and it would be awesome. Just saying Peter Berg it could happen, MAKE IT HAPPEN and it would make the movie so much FUCKING  better.

Lawd his face and lips tho, he owns me online and he’s so much in my personal life . I invited him long ago and I kinda don’t want to kick him out. I love him tho, father of my chirrin and all that.

But in Real news.

Alexander Skarsgard Movies to Play at Tiff

tiff: Toronto International Film Festival September 6-16 2012


Festival – Gala Presentation has movie stars, Red-carpet premieres and major audience interest.

“What Maisie Knew” Scott McGehee, David Siegel, USA World Premiere
Based on the Henry James novella, the story frames on 7-year-old Maisie, caught in a custody battle between her mother – a rock and roll icon – and her father. What Maisie Knew is an evocative portrayal of the chaos of adult life seen entirely from a child’s point of view. Starring Joanna Vanderham, Onata Aprile, Alexander Skarsgård, Julianne Moore, and Steve Coogan.


Festival – Special Presentation are High-profile premieres and the world’s leading filmmakers.

“Disconnect” A former Marine (Alexander Skarsgård) reacts to his failing marriage by succumbing to the credit-sapping allure of online gambling, while his wife (Paula Patton) begins to confess her secrets to a stranger she’s met on a social-media site. These cyber-transgressions result in stolen savings and stolen identities, leading the couple to seek revenge on the man they presume to be responsible (Michael Nyqvist) — but is he?

So Yaayyy for Boo boo kitty and his projects. I am sure he is proud of them. As he should be.

Just going to Happy dance to this news just because I can.


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