Arnaldur Indriðason's bestselling thriller novel is making its way to the screen in an exclusive clip. The movie centers on an ambitious lawyer as her efforts to clear her brother's name land her in equal danger as she is accused of a crime she didn't commit and must figure out how a German World War II plane wreck in an Icelandic glacier is at the center of it all. Vivian Ólafsdóttir leads the cast alongside 's Jack Fox, , Wotan Wilke Möhring, Ólafur Darri Ólafsson, and Atli Óskar Fjalarsson.
In honor of the movie's arrival on digital platforms, can exclusively present a new clip. The video, as seen at the top of this article, sees Ólafsdóttir's Kristin turning the tables on Glen's villainous William Carr as the cargo plane they're on begins crash landing. With the plane continually unstable, the two fight over a gun and a knife in the hopes of getting the upper hand on the other.
Starring in all eight seasons of the HBO fantasy show, Glenn is better known to some for his role as . Acting as the closest confidante of Emilia Clarke's Daenerys, audiences were moved by the unrequited relationship that evolved between the two characters throughout the adaptation of George R.R. Martin's iconic novels, even in the divisive final season which saw him die in the Battle of Winterfell.
Despite this acclaimed role, though, was hardly even the tip of the iceberg for Glenn's mainstream popularity on both the big and small screen. Prior to the HBO show, the Scottish actor had already been part of two major franchises in the form of Angelina Jolie's , portraying the main antagonist in the 2001 original movie, and the as maniacal Umbrella scientist Dr. Alexander Isaacs. Glenn also lent his talent to multiple episodes of and just prior to joining the roster.
Though a completely original character to the movies, Isaacs was largely based on William Birkin from the games, including his transformation into a Tyrant in 2007's .
Arguably his biggest roles to follow his tenure as Jorah have been his recurring role as as well as his leading turn in Prime Video's supernatural thriller . With , Glenn looks to be harking back to his and performances, being unafraid to get his hands dirty in his quest to unearth the secret of the mysterious World War II plane wreck at the heart of the movie.
releases on DVD and On Demand on November 7.