Netflix's 'TROLL' Brings Nordic Folklore to Life

From the director of ‘Tomb Raider.’

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Netflix has released the trailer for TROLL, not to be confused with Dreamworks‘ musical comedy Trolls, a new fantasy-adventure film capturing the awakening of a gigantic ancient troll who emerges from the Norwegian Mountains following a loud explosion. The Troll is said to have awakened after a millennium in captivity, destroying all that’s in its path with its trajectory set for the bustling city of Oslo.

A fearless paleontologist is enlisted to investigate and shift its course as the military is seen making preparations for the King Kong-sized figure. The upcoming movie is directed by Roar Uthaug, the filmmaker behind Tomb Raider (2018) and The Wave (2015), and stars Ine Marie Wilmann, Kim S. Falck-Jørgensen, and Mads Sjøgård Pettersen.

Take a look at the trailer above and expect the film to premiere on Netflix just in time for the holiday season on December 1.

In other news, watch the first full Avatar: The Way of Water trailer.

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