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Nosferatu trailer:Bill Skarsgard and nosferatu robert eggers


Nosferatu trailer: Bill Skarsgard and nosferatu robert eggers Unveil Dramatic Vampire Epic

The first glimpse of the ‘Witch’ director’s updated version of ‘Dracula,’ starring the actor from ‘It’.

The Witch and The Lighthouse director Robert Eggers’ dark and dramatic new take on Bram Stoker’s Dracula is showcased in the first trailer for Nosferatu.

Bill Skarsgard plays Count Orlok, also known as Nosferatu/Dracula, in the horror movie. Willem Dafoe, Lily-Rose Depp, Nicholas Hoult, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson also feature.

“Robert Eggers’ Nosferatu is a gothic tale of obsession between a haunted young woman and the terrifying vampire infatuated with her, causing untold horror in its wake,” reads the official description from Focus Features.

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Nosferatu trailer Although Nosferatu’s face is not yet visible in the teaser trailer, actor Inger Skarsgard—who portrayed Pennywise the Clown in the It films—reportedly trained with an opera singer to soften his voice in preparation for the part. He said to Esquire, “It was like conjuring pure evil.” “It took me some time to exorcise the demon that had been summoned within me.”
“I’ll say that Bill has so transformed, I’m fearful that he might not get the credit that he deserves because he’s just… he’s not there,” Eggers continued to Empire.

Additionally, Eggers guaranteed that the movie would be scary. A truly frightening old-school gothic film hasn’t been released in a long. Additionally, I believe that this will be the case for most viewers.

With nosferatu robert eggers directing and writing the screenplay, Nosferatu is regarded as a remake of the silent German expressionist masterpiece from 1922. Originally, the director was supposed to work on the movie with Anya Taylor-Joy, star of The Witch. Production took place in the Czech Republic last year.

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