As you probably know, the new ‘Doctor Strange‘ movie is in the movie theaters right now and there are three versions to choose from: a 2D, a 3D and an IMAX version.
Now is your chance to win a special limited edtion ‘Doctor Strange IMAX’ hoodie not available in the shops. And it’s even signed by Mads himself.
All you have to do is take a selfie with a ‘Doctor Strange IMAX’ ticket in your hand at the movie theater, post it on Instagram with the tag #DoctorStrangeIMAX.
REMEMBER! Please check in so we can see which movie theater you are at.
The competition runs through all of November. We will post the winner (picked by Mads) here on the blog and on the social media portfolio in the beginning of December. The lucky winner will receive the prize by mail before Christmas. Good luck!
This prize is generously sponsored by Cinemaxx Denmark.
Mads with his wife and son at the ‘Doctor Strange’ world premiere in the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles.
Mads Mikkelsen, who stars as Galen Erso in Rogue One and Kaecilius in Doctor Strange, talks to GQ about balancing blockbusters and kitchen sink dramas, doing flying Kung Fu with Benedict Cumberbatch, and how Scandis are replacing Brits as the go-to Hollywood baddies. He also discusses being the new face of Ford, his love of car movies and why he is the kind of guy who buys a red bicycle.
Read the full interview in GQ here.
Watch the official second trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, in which Jyn Erso leads a group of unlikely heroes to steal the plans to the Death Star, the Empire’s ultimate weapon of destruction. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story arrives in theaters December 16, 2016.
The official MARC O’POLO Fall / Winter 2016 campaign movie starring photographer Peter Lindbergh, actor Mads Mikkelsen and model Lara Stone.
See Marvel’s “Doctor Strange,” in theaters November 4, 2016.
Danish icon Mads Mikkelsen has wowed the world as Bond villain Le Chiffre and TV’s Hannibal, and later this year he’ll be back on the big screen in Star Wars spinoff “Rogue One”.
Behind the scenes of the cover shoot on Twitter:
“It’s a cliché to say but it’s very hard to compare films. It’s like two people who are running, one is faster than the other, end of story, but you can’t do that with films. We will listen with our hearts and our minds and at the end of the day we have to make a choice and hopefully we will agree.”