Troll: Netflix Announces Norwegian Monster Movie Sequel

Netflix ordered to Norwegian monster film “Troll,” released December.

The second Norwegian Monster “Troll” film, which was directed by Roar Uthaug, will once again center on a character from a Norwegian folktale and will be acted, produced, and directed by Norwegians, according to the film’s producers.

The movie will begin production in 2024.

An ancient troll is awakened by an explosion in the Norwegian highlands, and the first chapter takes place in the aftermath.

A fearless paleontologist sets out on a quest to stop the troll from inflicting deadly havoc, which is the focus of the plot.

Ine Marie Wilmann, Kim Falck, Mads Pettersen, and Gard B. Eidsvold all played characters in the play.

With a record-breaking 103,000,000 views in its first 91 days after its global 2022 debut, The Movie immediately rose to the position of the streamer’s most well-liked non-English film of all time.

The epic film also topped the charts in Norway, the United States, and the United Kingdom, as well as 93 other nations.

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