Mads Mikkelsen

Enigmatic Death Stranding trailer stars Mads Mikkelsen, Guillermo Del Toro

Christmas just came early for fans of Hideo Kojima. After picking up his Industry Icon prize at the Game Awards on Thursday, the Metal Gear mastermind introduced an enigmatic new teaser for his upcoming video game Death Stranding.

“I brought an early gift for the holidays,” he said. “Please enjoy.”

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Doctor Strange: Mads Mikkelsen shares details on his villain, Kaecilius

Mads Mikkelsen may have credits in blockbusters like Casino Royale and the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, but in Doctor Strange he finally gets to do what he’s always wanted: kung fu.

Ahead of the Marvel movie’s arrival in theaters on Friday, Mikkelsen spoke to EW about his character — the sorcerer Kaecilius — plus the villain’s distinctive eye makeup and why he wanted to take on the role. 

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Box office preview: Doctor Strange to cast a spell
at No. 1

After dominating foreign territories across its mega-successful debut weekend, Marvel’s Doctor Strange hits North American theaters as the likely domestic box office champion, facing solid competition from Fox’s animated Trolls, which features the voices of superstars Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick, and Gwen Stefani.

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The Must List: Doctor Strange, The Crown, Charli XCX, more

Doctor Strange 

Fans waited over 50 years to see a major Doctor Strange film hit the big screen, and Marvel Studios has delivered in a huge way. Benedict Cumberbatch fronts an all-star ensemble (Tilda Swinton, Rachel McAdams, Chiwetel Ejiofor) as the titular comic book character, a neurosurgeon who, after losing the ability to use his hands following a car accident, is drawn into a world of mystical arts as he attempts to heal both emotionally and physically.

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Doctor Strange reviews: Marvel conjures 'hypnotic,' 'visually dazzling' 'psychedelia'

We’ve already seen the Tony Starks, the Captain Americas, the Bruce Waynes, and even the Ant-Mans of the comic book movie genre. But, out of the shadows of alternate dimensions and psychedelic sorcery, comes Stephen Strange, Marvel’s latest superhero played by Benedict Cumberbatch in next month’s Doctor Strange. How does a future Avenger who uses spells instead of fists fair on the big screen? 

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