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‘Hansel’ Helmer Wirkola Casts Trio in ‘Dead Snow: Red Vs. Dead’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Martin Starr, Ingrid Haas and Jocelyn Deboer set to star in zombie actioner

Martin Starr, Ingrid Haas and Jocelyn Deboer are bringing life to Tommy Wirkola (pictured) zombie actioner “Dead Snow: Red Vs. Dead.”

The trio will star in the sequel to Wirkola’s 2009’s title “Dead Snow,” which premiered at Sundance. The Norwegian director also helmed this year’s “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters,” starring Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton.

“Dead Snow: Red Vs. Dead” follows the sole survivor of a Nazi zombie attack who battles an even larger army of Zombies with the help of The Zombie Squad, a professional gang of zombie killers from the U.S. The film will released in both English and Norwegian.

Starr recently appeared in “This Is the End” and “The Lifeguard” and will be seen in Zach Braff’s upcoming “Wish I Were Here.”

Haas appeared in “Scott Pilgirm Vs. The World” and next stars in the independent “That Burning Feeling,” directed by Jason James.  Deboer was most recently featured on Comedy Central’s “Inside Amy Schumer” and will next appear in Victor Levin’s “5 To 7.”

Starr is represented by UTA and Ben Feigin at Anonymous Content. Haas is represented by CAA, Dan McManus and Michael Lasker at Mosaic, and attorney Jamie Feldman. Deboer is represented by CAA and Brian Stern at Brillstein.

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