Corlett also disclosed the gruelling regime brought the cast and crew together, which was ultimately beneficial for their onscreen connection. He stated: “It was actually like a bonding experience, whether it be swimming in like three-degree water at midnight and trying to
Talking to The Hollywood Reporter, he described his character and the process behind his acting choices: “He was the son of Erik the Red, notoriously one of the most violent Vikings of all time. [Leif] grew up in a household that was
VIKINGS: VALHALLA is the Nordic sequel to the hit History Channel original, which transports fans 100 years after the events of Vikings.
He concluded: “To enter, to allow a viciousness to arrive, it was a big day, it was a big day. “It wasn’t until afterwards that I realised far out that was probably one of the biggest, biggest days in my life in
Vikings: Valhalla is on Netflix now and the series focuses on a different era of the Viking Age. The historical TV drama acts as a sequel to the original Amazon Prime Video series, focusing on descendants of the famous warriors. Leif Erikson