We have added additional photoshoot additions in our gallery of photoshoots Matthias did over the last few years.
We have added the portraits session Matthias did during the 2015 Cannes Film Festival to promote “Disorder” (Maryland) earlier this month in our gallery.
Good news everyone: Sundance Selects has acquired the U.S. rights to “Disorder” (Maryland) which premiered earlier this week during the Cannes Film Festival. Variety is reporting the following story:
Sundance Selects is acquiring U.S. rights to Alice Winocour’s “Disorder (Maryland)” following its world premiere in Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival.
The thriller with a screenplay by Winocour, stars Matthias Schoenaerts, Diane Kruger and Paul Hamy. It was produced by Dharamsala’s Isabelle Madelaine and Darius Films’ Emilie Tisne.
Schoenaerts plays a French Special Forces soldier hired to ensure the security of Kruger’s character — the wife of a rich Lebanese businessman — at their luxurious villa. Variety‘s Guy Lodge gave the film a strong review, noting “Winocour has the gift of instilling fear at a range of tempos.”
Winocour’s first feature film, “Augustine,” premiered at the 2012 Cannes Critics Week.
The deal was negotiated by Arianna Bocco for Sundance Selects/IFC Films with Indie Sales Company’s Nicolas Eschbach on behalf of the filmmakers.
We have added more high quality additions of Matthias during the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. His movie “Maryland“, in which he co-stars alongside Diane Kruger, premiered during the festival.
THR released the full video of Matthias and Salma Hayek during the Kering Talks Women In Motion: Women In Motion Panel. You can find the video below. We also added a few more additional high quality photos of Matthias during the panel in our gallery.
Salma Hayek & Matthias Schoenaerts discuss discrimination against women in Hollywood at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival during their Women in Motion talk Presented by Kering.
Matthias attended the 68th Annual Cannes Film Festival premiere of “The Sea Of Trees” alongside his “Maryland” Diane Kruger, Paul Hamy, and director Alice Winocour. The first high quality images have been added in our gallery but we will add more additions later on.
Matthias attended a special Women In Motion Talk alongside actress Salma Hayek during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival. The first high quality images are added in our gallery.
Matthias is currently in Cannes for the 68th Annual Cannes Film Festival. His upcoming movie with Diane Kruger has been selected for the festival as part of the Un Certain Regard selection. The first high quality images of Matthias during the photocall have been added in our gallery. We expect lots of additions later on and be sure to come back later for more coverage of the film festival.
Matthias is featured in the current issue of Interview Magazine and his interview was done by his “The Drop” co-star and friend Tom Hardy. We have added the photoshoot in our gallery and you can find the interview below.
Every now and then an actor comes along who reminds us of the way movie stars used to be. In the case of Matthias Schoenaerts, who’s registered regular comparisons to Marlon Brando due to his earthy masculinity and brutish physical charisma, it might have something to do with his self-professed focus on just one thing—the work, rather than the trappings of the Hollywood fame game. There are echoes of the brooding old guard in the way Schoenaerts ekes out the truth in his performances. And perhaps it’s that quality, in addition to his rakish, athletic good looks, that has turned the Belgian export from a European cinema fixture to a Tinseltown-worthy leading man in the space of just a few years, and has made us most excited for what’s to come.
Born in Antwerp, Schoenaerts, now 37, was obsessed with soccer and graffiti as a teenager. He made his screen debut in a bit part alongside his father, actor Julien Schoenaerts, in the period drama Daens (1992). And, after starring in a succession of Belgian films, including Loft (2008), the highest-grossing Flemish movie of all time, Schoenaerts broke through to Stateside audiences with two notably visceral performances in 2012. He bulked up to obscene proportions to play a steroid-addicted cattle farmer in Michaël R. Roskam’s Oscar-nominated Bullhead, and hit the gym and the junk food once more to play Ali, a single father and mixed-martial-arts fighter gone to seed on the Côte D’Azur, in Jacques Audiard’s art-house sensation Rust and Bone.
The official schedule for the 2015 Cannes Film Festival has been announced earlier today. Matthias’ upcoming movie “Maryland“, previously “Close Protection“, will have it’s premiere screening on May 16th. The current reported running time is 1h41. No word yet if Matthias will attend the premiere. The festival runs from May 13-24 and be sure to head over to the official website for more information.