Joel has also been cast as the main protagonist in Netflix's Altered Carbon, an adaption to Richard K.
He told the newspaper Östran that he "was really close to getting the lead role in Mad Max 4.
It was between me and two others, and the one who got the role was Tom Hardy.
"[The director] was very pleased [with my performance] – but they needed someone who seemed older." Regarding Thor, he has stated that "they wanted someone with a Scandinavian touch.
There were only five candidates left in the end, but unfortunately I couldn't fly over [to the United States] and do test shoots with Natalie Portman, because it would interfere with the filming of Easy Money." Although Kinnaman has said that he is eager to work and become recognized in America, he added that "I absolutely don't feel that I have to take any role that I can get just because it is the United States.
I'm looking for something interesting, I'm still young in my artistry, and I must dare to do things even when there's a risk for failure". and DC Comics adaptation of Suicide Squad (2016), directed by David Ayer.
On 3 March 2012, it was confirmed that Kinnaman would play the lead role of Alex James Murphy/Robocop in the 2014 remake of 1987's Robo Cop. In 2015, he appeared in the drama Knight of Cups and starred in the thrillers Run All Night and Child 44. In 2016, Kinnaman also starred in the Drama-Thriller independent film Edge of Winter.
He plays Elliot Baker, a father of two who takes his children on a shooting trip that goes horribly wrong.
The film was released On Demand on the 27th of July, and in select theatres on the 12th of August.
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