Martin Wallström Online
October 21, 2016   Films-News-Parallel   No Comments

Martin Wallstrom, one of the stars of USA’s Mr. Robot, has signed on to star in Parallel, a sci-fi indie from Bron Media Corp and Bellevue Productions.

Isaac Ezban is directing the feature, which follows four young app entrepreneurs who discover a mirror in the attic of their rental house that’s a portal to parallel universes, with a time differential that makes it possible for them to access the future of these alternate worlds and bring it back home.

Wallstrom will play the leader of the group, who uses the time warp to make a fortune off of tech that doesn’t yet exist in their present world.

Scott Blaszak wrote the script. John Zaozirny, Aaron Gilbert and Garrick Dion are producing the pic.

The Swedish-born Wallstrom plays the conflicted bad guy Tyrell Wellick on Mr. Robot, currently one of TV’s cult hits. The actor recently wrapped production on the Soviet drama Ashes in the Snow with Bel Powley.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

Here’s the two first look images at Martin as Chefen in the upcoming Swedish film, Videomannen, and check out a short teaser for the film below.


Here’s the first look at Ashes in the Snow! You’d need to view it in full-resolution to see Martin. Hope we get more stuff from the film soon.

February 11, 2016   Films-Gallery-Screencaps-Snabba cash III   No Comments

I have added 720 high-resolution screencaps from the final film of the Snabba cash trilogy, subtitled as Livet Deluxe (Life Deluxe).


February 04, 2016   Ashes in the Snow-Films-News   No Comments

New project alert! Martin is joining Bel Powley in World War II drama, Ashes in the Snow.

Mr. Robot breakout Martin Wallstrom will star opposite Bel Powley in Ashes in the Snow, a World War II drama based on the best-seller Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys.

The movie, to be directed by Marius Markevicius, is a coming-of-age tale of 16-year-old Lina Vilkas (Powley) who is deported to Siberia amid Stalin’s reign of terror in the Baltic region during WWII. An aspiring artist, she secretly documents her harrowing journey with her drawings.

Wallstrom is the movie’s male lead, playing a Soviet officer taunted for being Ukrainian, who befriends the young girl and her mother. He is a face of kindness in an otherwise cold environment.

Markevicius is producing with Jonathan Schwartz of Super Crispy Entertainment and Zilvinas Naujokas of Tauras Films.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter