The New York Times: "There’s No Easy Way to Get Inside Alicia Vikander’s Head"
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Swedish actress Alicia Vikander had a profile published in today's edition of The New York Times. The story does not mention her participation as Gaby Teller in The Man From UNCLE, but focuses on the premiere of her new Ex-Machina film. Reporter Ruth LaFerla follows Alicia in a visit to the Museum of Modern Art in New York. An excerpt:
With her dainty features eerily detached from her silicone skull, Alicia Vikander, as Ava, the alluring fembot in the sci-fi fantasy “Ex Machina,” is a wonder of radical engineering. So it may have been apt, if not downright predictable, that during her stay in New York last week she would visit an exhibition of experimental design at the Museum of Modern Art.
Whether the MoMA show, “This Is for Everyone,” was in fact her choice or that of her ever-present handlers, who seemed intent on positioning Ms. Vikander as a thinking-man’s Blake Lively, it brought out a ruminative streak.
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