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Casting update for "The Thing" Prequel !

If "The Thing" prequel is set to showcase anything at all, it has to be the alien-induced slaughter at the Norwegian camp site. Thus far, though, only Americans have been announced in terms of casting. Is it time that we finally get the names of the aforementioned Crazy Swedes? Shock Till You Drop and Bloody Disgusting report that they've been tipped off to the identities of the actors who will fall victim to the shapeshifting creatures ... According to their sources Eric Christian Olsen ("Not Another Teen Movie", "Community"), Dennis Storhøi ("The 13th Warrior"), Trond Espen Seim ("The Frost"), Jørgen Langhelle ("Svik"), Stig Henrik Hoff, Jan Gunnar Røise, Kristofer Hivju ("Manhunt"), and Jo Adrian have joined the already announced Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Joel...
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Norwegian Actors Added To The Thing Prequel En Masse

We spoke recently about the Norwegian mother tongue being used extensively (with English Subs) in the prequel to the original, sweet Sci-Fi horror candy, “The Thing”, just about to get filming in British Columbia and Toronto. Who better to speak the words of Norway then actual live Norwegians? Many have just been signed to the cast and we find them good. Dennis Storhøi (The 13th Warrior), Trond Espen Seim (The Frost), Jørgen Langhelle (Svik), Stig Henrik Hoff, Jan Gunnar Røise, Kristofer Hivju (Manhunt) and Jo Adrian Haavind are getting into the fray. Man, Norwegians have cool names. Thanks Bloody Disgusting for the word.
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Update: A Massive Amount of Norwegians Fill 'The Thing' Cast

Filling up some of the Norwegians, Dennis Storhøi (The 13th Warrior), Trond Espen Seim (The Frost), Jørgen Langhelle (Svik), Stig Henrik Hoff, Jan Gunnar Røise, Kristofer Hivju (Manhunt) and Jo Adrian Haavind have all been cast in Universal Pictures and Strike Entertainment's The Thing. They join the previously announced casting of Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Joel Edgerton. Being helmed by Matthijs van Heijningen Jr., in a remote Antarctica outpost, an alien spaceship is discovered far beneath the ice. When a group of ambitious scientists decide to thaw out one of the creatures inside, they're in for the terrifying fight of their lives...
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The Thing Prequel: Are These 'Them Crazy Swedes'?

If The Thing prequel is set to showcase anything at all, it has to be the alien-induced slaughter at the Norwegian camp site. Thus far, though, only Americans have been announced in terms of casting. Is it time that we finally get the names of the aforementioned Crazy Swedes?

Shock Till You Drop and Bloody Disgusting report that they've been tipped off to the identities of the actors who will fall victim to the shapeshifting creatures ...

According to their sources Eric Christian Olsen (Not Another Teen Movie, "Community"), Dennis Storhøi (The 13th Warrior), Trond Espen Seim (The Frost), Jørgen Langhelle (Svik), Stig Henrik Hoff, Jan Gunnar Røise, Kristofer Hivju (Manhunt), and Jo Adrian have joined the already announced Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Joel Edgerton.

While we await official confirmation, at least we know that the filmmakers are heading in the right direction. Look for more on the Matthijs van Heijningen
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So There Will Be Norwegians in The Thing

A tipster dropped us a line this morning with a list of the actors comprising the Norwegian cast of The Thing . A prequel to the 1982 John Carpenter classic, Matthijs van Heijningen's film concerns the Norwegian crew stationed in Antarctica that uncovers an alien life form. Mary Elizabeth Winstead ( Death Proof ) and Joel Edgerton star and according to our source Dennis Storhøi ( The 13th Warrior ), Trond Espen Seim ( The Frost ), Jørgen Langhelle ( Svik ), Stig Henrik Hoff, Jan Gunnar Røise, Kristofer Hivju ( Manhunt ) and Jo Adrian Haavind join them. Principal photography is taking place in both British Columbia and Toronto. Click here for yesterday's news item which finds the producers commenting on this Universal production.
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