Matthias is featured on the cover of the Belgium film magazine Vertigo (April 2016). We have added the magazine scans and first photoshoot outtake in our gallery. The magazine is celebrating it’s 2 year anniversary.
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Matthias is featured on the cover of Esquire Magazine (Spring/Summer 2016). We have added the magazine scans and first photoshoot outtakes in our gallery.
Matthias is featured in the current issue of Esquire UK (December 2015/January 2016). We have added the magazine scans and photoshoot in our gallery. The magazine is on (digital) newsstands right now, so be sure to pick up your own copy!
Matthias is featured in the current issue of Instyle (December 2015) as part of their Man Of Style editorial. We have added the magazine scans in our gallery.
Matthias and his co-stars Carey Mulligan sat down with USA Today to promote “Far From The Madding Crowd“. The print edition of the interview appeared in yesterday’s edition (April 28) of USA Today and you can find the scans in our gallery. We also added the first photoshoot outtakes.
Growing up in Belgium, the son of actor Julien Schoenaerts, Matthias Schoenaerts never thought to enter the family business.
He wanted to be a professional soccer player.
So when, exactly, did he realize he could pay rent by acting in films such as 2011’s best foreign language Oscar nominee Bullhead or as a bare-knuckle brawler opposite Marion Cotillard in the heartbreaking 2012 French drama Rust and Bone?
“Yesterday. As we speak,” jokes the actor, 37. “I never dreamed of being an actor. At a certain point, that’s what I wanted to do. Before you know it, you graduate from the Academy of Dramatic Arts. Damn, I’m an actor.”
Matthias is featured in Carey Mulligan’s beautiful cover photoshoot for May edition of Vogue (US). The photoshoot outtakes were released today and we added them in our gallery. We will add the magazine scans as soon as possible and be sure to head over to Vogue.com to read Carey’s interview.
Matthias on Carey: “There’s a tender strength that she has. A gentleness and a softness but an extreme force that comes with it.”
Carey on fainting during a scene: “Matthias thought I was acting. I dropped to my knees, then sort of keeled over to the side. It’s quite hard to faint in a corset.”
Matthias is featured in the current issue of the French Première magazine. We have added the magazine scans in our gallery. Many thanks to Alexandra for the heads up!
Matthias is featured on the cover of the French Illimité Magazine to promote the release of “Suite Française“. We have added the digital scans in our gallery. The magazine is on newsstands in France right now.
Matthias is gracing the cover of Victoire Magazine (April 4, 2015 issue) which will hit newsstands in Belgium tomorrow. We have added the magazine cover and photoshoot in our gallery. The magazine scans will follow as soon as possible so stay tuned!
Matthias is featured in the current issue (March 27-April 2, 2015 N3613) of Elle Magazine France. We have added the digital magazine scans and photoshoot in our gallery. The interview – in French – can be found below/after the jump while we are working on a translation for our press archive.
Ses performances fracassantes dans « Bullhead » et « De rouille et d’os » avaient révélé son talent bestial. « Suite française » le dévoile tout en délicatesse, ofcier et amoureux. Le marlou sensible, ambassadeur Louis Vuitton, y prend du galon mais pas le melon.
Est-ce parce que l’on aperçoit quelques centimètres de tatouage dans son cou ? Ou que sa voix est douce et que ses mains ont la finesse des grands pianistes ? Matthias Schoenaerts, le colosse flamand qui s’est fait connaître dans « Bullhead », film coup de poing de Michaël Roskam, puis reconnaître dans « De rouille et d’os », de Jacques Audiard, cumule le charme du voyou prêt à toutes les aventures et l’élégance de l’homme raffiné – il est ambassadeur Louis Vuitton. La caméra l’aime, et en peu de temps il est devenu un acteur incontournable. En 2015, gare à la déferlante Matthias Schoenaerts ! Il va être à l’affiche de cinq films, dont le très attendu « Suite française », de Saul Dibb (en salle le 1er avril), adapté du roman d’Irène Némirovsky. Aux côtés de Michelle Williams, il campe un officier allemand dans la France occupée de 1940 et nous offre une nouvelle facette de son jeu, celle du héros romantique. Rencontre.