Friday, March 16, 2018

Alicia Vikander on the April 2018 Cover of Marie Claire Magazine


Following her attendance at the LA premiere, Alicia Vikander was annouced as the April 2018 cover star of Marie Claire magazine. On the cover which was shot by Thomas Whiteside, Alicia is wearing a LOUIS VUITTTON SPRING 2018 dress. In the issue, she talks Tomb Raider, her life in Hollywood, her marriage and more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview and to see more images from her feature. For more on Alicia's feature, visit MarieClaire.com and pick up a copy on newsstand on March 27th.



ON CONVEYING LARA CROFT'S STRENGTH IN TOMB RAIDER:
"We wanted to base most of the action in reality. She's a girl my size having to become a survivor and overcome a lot of obstacles, and I wanted it to be believable that she could do it. All the action scenes when I had to fight with a man bigger than me—we had to figure out how I could actually kick his ass. I wanted to show young girls that it's cool to be a girl who's really strong and that watching her, you feel like OK, she might be able to climb that wall. She might be able to lift her own weight.

ON LIFE WITH HUSBAND MICHAEL FASSBENDER:
I'm a big romantic, and I always have been.

ON HOW HER FRIENDS SURPRISED HER FOR HER BACHELORETTE PARTY:
I was there [in Paris] for the Louis Vuitton show and suddenly got a text that says, ‘Go out. We need you right now.’ They kidnapped me for 24 hours!

ON HER HOPE FOR MORE WOMEN IN LEADING ROLES:
I think it's an interesting time now, because, sadly even if there are some stories being highlighted with female leads, it's still—you know, I did five films in a row where I was the lead, and I didn't have another woman to work with. It was still just men in it, even though they had a female lead. So being an actress wanting to work with women? It's an exciting time now, because I think the awareness will bring a change.




Credit: Marie Claire


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