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Day Of Reckoning: Vikings Season 4 Teaser

January 20, 2016

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Michael Hirst shares exclusive image, teases betrayals in season 4

December 21, 2015

It’s the Last Supper for Ragnar, and everyone might be Judas.

EW – History’s Vikings is returning Feb. 18, but for fans who can’t wait, EW is excited to share an exclusive look at the new season: A Last Supper-inspired piece of key art featuring the show’s cast. Vikingscreator/writer-of-every-episode Michael Hirst offers an in-depth look at the artwork. Click on the image above for a full-sized view, and read Hirst’s tantalizing teases for the season ahead, below:
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A picture of the Last Supper portraying pagan Vikings in the role of Christ and his apostles may seem, to some, very controversial. But I would say, if nothing else, it emphasizes the centrality of belief systems and spirituality in the show. We are addressing that conflict between Christianity and paganism.

 

So many Renaissance artists painted a version of the Last Supper because of art starting to perform a new function. The depict human and emotional dilemmas using this motif, the image of prophesied betrayal. All the figures in these paintings are concentrated around the words: “One of you will betray me.” I think that’s the key to understanding this image that we have from the show. It’s exactly the same issue that’s being confronted.

 

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People’s Choice Award 2016 Nomination Time!

October 16, 2015

There is one nomination for Vikings, and one for Travis Fimmel, plus you can also write in a vote for other members of the casts! Click on the graphics below to go directly to vote for Vikings and the cast.

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Vote for Vikings!

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Vikings should be on here! Write it in!

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Gallery Update

September 06, 2015

While the cast is filming, I thought it would be a good time to add more photos to existing collections. Thanks to Jay for the TV Weekly scans!

 

Here are the additions I’ve made this week:

 

 

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– Public Appearances > 2015 Public Appearances > Jul 10 | Playboy And Gramercy Pictures’ Self/less Party @ Comic Con

– Public Appearances > 2014 Public Appearances > Feb 13 | History’s “Vikings” UK Season 2 Premiere

– Public Appearances > 2014 Public Appearances > Jul 25 | “Vikings” at SDCC – Panel

– Public Appearances > 2014 Public Appearances > Jul 25 | “Vikings” at SDCC – Press Line

– Public Appearances > 2014 Public Appearances > Jul 25 | “Vikings” at SDCC – Media Room

– Public Appearances > 2013 Public Appearances > Mar 30 | “Living The Vikings” Panel for HISTORY at WonderCon

– Public Appearances > 2013 Public Appearances > Jun 7 | “Vikings” For Your Consideration – Panel

– Public Appearances > 2013 Public Appearances > Jun 7 | “Vikings” For Your Consideration – Reception

– Public Appearances > 2013 Public Appearances > Jul 19 | All Hail “Vikings” at SDCC – Panel

– Public Appearances > 2013 Public Appearances > Jul 19 | All Hail “Vikings” at SDCC – Media Room

– Public Appearances > 2013 Public Appearances > Jul 19 | All Hail “Vikings” at SDCC – Press Line

– Public Appearances > 2013 Public Appearances > Jul 19 | All Hail “Vikings” at SDCC – Party

– Public Appearances > 2013 Public Appearances > Jul 19 | The Nintendo Oasis On The TV Guide Magazine Yacht

– Public Appearances > 2013 Public Appearances > Jul 19 | The “Vikings” Experience at SDCC

– Public Appearances > 2013 Public Appearances > Jul 19 | “The Walking Dead” 10th Anniversary Celebration Event at SDCC

– Photoshoots > Alexander Ludwig > Photoshoot 2

– Photoshoots > Alexander Ludwig > Photoshoot 3

– Photoshoots > Alexander Ludwig > Photoshoot 4

– Photoshoots > Alexander Ludwig > Photoshoot 5

– Photoshoots > Alexander Ludwig > Photoshoot 7

– Photoshoots > Alexander Ludwig > Photoshoot 17

– Photoshoots > Alexander Ludwig > Photoshoot 19

– Photoshoots > Gustaf Skarsgård > Photoshoot 7

– Photoshoots > Donal Logue > Photoshoot 2

– Photoshoots > Donal Logue > Photoshoot 3

– Photoshoots > Jessalyn Gilsig > Photoshoot 10

– Photoshoots > Linus Roache > Photoshoot 1

– Photoshoots > Linus Roache > Photoshoot 2

– Photoshoots > Linus Roache > Photoshoot 3

Magazine Scans > 2015 Scans > 2015 – TV Weekly – Feb 15-21

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Gallery Update

June 20, 2015

Since the cast is busy shooting, there isn’t much going on so I grabbed some individual photoshoots of the cast. Plus Clive represented the show at the Monte Carlo Festival and I included some photos of those events. Enjoy!

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**Thanks to Far Far Away Site for this photoshoot

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Return of The Vikings: New Faces – In conversation with Linus Roache

November 11, 2014

NOVEMBER 6, 2014 BY GARY COLLINSON

 

Paul Risker chats with Vikings star Linus Roache…

 

vikings_episode3_gallery_7-P-300x155As part of a special week long feature to coincide with the home entertainment release of Vikings series 2, Flickering Myth sits down in conversation with the cast and creator Michael Hirst to go behind the scenes of the critically acclaimed historical drama.

 

From the reflections of two onscreen brothers, Linus Roache a.k.a. King Ecbert reflects on joining the cast in series 2 and playing the antagonist to Ragnar’s protagonist…

 

Paul Risker: Was there a sense of intimidation did you feel walking into an established cast?

Linus Roache: I wouldn’t say it was intimidating, but it was nice to get on a moving train – onto something that is successful. I don’t know how Ronnie Wood felt when he joined the Rolling Stones [laughs].

Watching season one for the first time was what made me decide to do the job, because it is great television – it is great drama. Michael is a genius at bringing people inside of history and making you feel like you are actually there. The performances are amazing and it is shot in this very big and epic way.

I was excited because all I had to go on for my character was one or two episodes, which were not even fully written. But from what Michael was roughly telling me about where it would go, I was actually basing my decision on how good season one was.

 

PR: You fulfill an antagonist role to Ragnar’s protagonist. What makes that part different to the other villains perhaps, and do you think he’s a match for Ragnar?

LR: Definitely, and villain is a strange word. But I think Ragnar has definitely met his match in Ecbert who’s kind of similar to Ragnar in that he’s not tied to tradition – he’s a progressive and free thinker who can think outside of the box.

As soon as he meets Ragnar I think he kind of admires him, and it is a rivalry of two great men finding and pitting themselves against one another. Ragnar is a warrior but Ecbert is more of a strategist, manipulator, politician and he’s extremely ambitious which Ragnar is also. But it’s like two great chess players finding each other, and who have met their match.

 

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PR: Why do you think Ecbert has such a fascination for cultures other than his own?

LR: Why – that’s a really good question. Why are any of us interested in things outside of what we know? That’s what sort of creates the future isn’t it – when somebody is willing to step outside the known and question the dogma of the time. What I like about him is that he’s not even necessarily a spiritual man. At the end of the day he’d probably say yes I believe in Christ, and I’m a Christian, but he’s an opportunist who will use whatever the most salient way is to move things forward. He’s fascinated by how things work and he has a very free mind, which is what makes him both a dangerous as well as a very exciting character. He’s a free thinker; he’s not stuck, and therefore you can move more quickly. He’s probably a little lonely in that there are not many people around him he can relate to, because he is willing to think outside of the norm. That’s why when Athelstan comes along it is a beautiful relationship. He meets someone else who has experienced this other culture, is intellectually smart and so there is a little love happening between him and Athelstan.

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