Katheryn Winnick attends the WIRED Cafe at San Diego Comic-Con, presented by AT&T Audience Network earlier today. We’ve added some pictures in our gallery so make sure to check it.
Katheryn Winnick attendes SiriusXM’s Entertainment Weekly Radio Channel Broadcasts From Comic Con 2017 at Hard Rock Hotel San Diego with her co-stars Elodie Yung, David Tennant and Udo Kier to promote Call of Duty: WWII. Check the pictures in our gallery.
Katheryn Winnick will lend her voice and likeness to the highly-anticipated Activision game “Call of Duty: WWII.” The game is returning to San Diego Comic-Con this year, and Winnick will join the panel on Thursday. She joins a long list of top talent that have worked on the game series, which also includes Kevin Spacey and Kit Harington.
Winnick will play a brilliant engineer and tactician named Marie, who attempts to help salvage stolen treasures and rescue her brother, Klaus. The “Call of Duty” series continues to be a monster franchise in the video game world.
“Call of Duty: WWII” is scheduled for release on Nov. 3.
The Vikings star talks about why she doesn’t feel pressure in Hollywood, her new film The Dark Tower and her very dedicated fanbase for Red Bulletin.
Long before she became a fiery shield maiden on the hit show Vikings, Katheryn Winnick was kindling her inner warrior in the suburbs of Toronto. At age 7, she was learning taekwondo, and by the time she was 21, she was running three martial arts schools. When she made the transition into acting a few years later, Winnick’s fighting skills occasionally popped up on her lengthy list of film and TV credits—including guest spots on nearly every network procedural (CSI, Law & Order, House, Bones, Person of Interest) in the past 15 years.
But it wasn’t until her role as Lagertha on Vikings that the 39-year-old actress found a character that truly embodied the mental and physical strength she had developed as a confident young martial artist. Now filming the show’s fifth season in Ireland, Winnick took a break to discuss why she doesn’t feel pressure in the cutthroat business that is Hollywood, her new film The Dark Tower and what it’s like to see a tattoed depiction of herself on someone’s chest.
THE RED BULLETIN: Your parents got your entire family into taekwondo—sounds like a unique way to spend time together.
KATHERYN WINNICK: It was the best thing that ever happened. It just bonded us. It’s one of those few sports that you can do at any level, and all do at the same time. Even though it’s an individual sport, you can do it based on your own personal goals, depending on your age and physical ability. I think every family should do martial arts together.
Real Style’s incredible new Summer 2017 magazine is hot off the press, with the Vikings star Katheryn Winnick officially gracing the cover. They talk to her about starring in her hit History Network series, as well as her upcoming role in the hotly awaited Stephen King adaptation The Dark Tower.
Here is finally the first The Dark Tower official trailer, from the epic best-selling novels by Stephen King. The movie is set to hit the theaters on August 4. Check out the trailer!
Katheryn Winnick has joined John Travolta, Mira Sorvino, and Jordi Molla aboard speedboat racing saga “Speed Kills”.
John Luessenhop is directing from a script he co-wrote with David Aaron Cohen. Production is launching in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Miami Beach, Florida, on May 30.
“Speed Kills” is inspired by the life of speedboat racing champion Donald Aronow, who also created boat brands including Donzi Marine, Blue Thunder, and Cigarette. Winnick is set to play the role of Lillian Aronow, a former Wilhelmina model and the second wife of Aronow.