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Wikus Van De Merwe (Character)
from District 9 (2009)

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Wikus Van De Merwe was one of the head operatives... See more »
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Wikus van der Merwe


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  1. Wikus and Charlize (2010) Played by Sharlto Copley (as Wikus van der Merwe)

  2. District 9 (2009) Played by Sharlto Copley

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From District 9 (2009)
Christopher Johnson's Son: Fuel goes in here!
Christopher Johnson: That's enough! QUIET!
Christopher Johnson's Son: ...then we fly away.
Christopher Johnson: I said QUIET! We cannot trust him.
Wikus Van De Merwe: What is he saying about the fuel, is this, are you trying to start this thing? He-he. Are you little fookers trying to start this, and get away, ay?
Christopher Johnson: Never mind.
Wikus Van De Merwe: Ha-ha. Yeah, you sneaky fookin' prawns, heh?
Christopher Johnson: Too bad. I could have fixed you.
Wikus Van De Merwe: Wha- wait what did you say about-about the *fixing*?
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