Mark Strong, a true European

„Mark Strong“ von SpreePiX Berlin

Saw GREEN LANTERN yesterday on Austrian TV and – even though it was another synchronized German version (Gah!) – I simply knew that this pointy-eared alien Sinestro would have to be a British guy.

When I looked up the actor, Mark Strong, in Wikipedia, I found out that he’s half Austrian, half Italian. He was born in London and studied In München. So I guess, he’s quite the European. After only one season of LOW WINTER  SUN, Fox’s replacement of BREAKING BAD, Strong was cast for 6 (!) films in 2014, 1 ( GRIMSBY ) to be released in 2015 and there are more very interesting projects on the horizon.

I’ll have my eyes on you, Herr Salussolia.

Btw. I don’t understand why GREEN LANTERN flopped – it’s a great film with a terrific story and very good actors.

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About Elisabeth Schabus (477 Articles)
I see, I like, I write ... mostly about cinema and actors, but also about politics or economy. In English, auf Deutsch, på svenska. This ORF trained news journalist (TV, radio), who has also worked in corporate publishing for international brands and written/edited tons of magazines, has become a blogger out of passion.

2 Comments on Mark Strong, a true European

  1. Ingmar // 2014-07-24 at 10:13 // Reply

    I didn’t go to the cinemas to watch the Green Lantern, because I looked so fifties …
    After seeing it on TV, I must admit that I liked the movies, although I still did not like how the ring etc. looked like … but the story was good !

    • Elisabeth Schabus // 2014-08-06 at 07:48 // Reply

      It DID look fifties, Ingmar, the ring design reminds me even of the twenties (remember Corbusier?) … I like it that those early sci-fi aesthetics are kept alive in this film (maybe because they remind me of the sci-fi books I nicked off my elder brother when I was a teenie)

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