Bing, determined to get into Christmasland, agrees to help Charlie Manx one last time. But the ever-faithful henchman’s trust begins to erode, ultimately forcing Bing to question if he’s ever getting into Christmasland or if Manx is just stringing him along.
Ólafur Darri Ólafsson has worked internationally, non-stop, for years and as a result, the future is full of projects on both the large and small screen. He has filmed two seasons of the hit Icelandic series Trapped in which he stars as 'Andri' a local police detective. Recent work includes Eurovision a Will Ferrell film for Netflix, New Amsterdam for NBC/Amazon and Cursed a re-imagining of the Arthurian legend for Netflix, The Widow a limited series for Amazon starring Kate Beckinsale and Murder Mystery a film for Netflix starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston. He is currently filming his second season of AMC's NOS4A2. In 2018, Darri appeared in several feature films including David Yates' and Warner Bros'. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald opposite Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, and Zoe Kravitz, Jon Turtletaub's and Warner Bros' The Meg opposite Rainn Wilson and Jason Statham, and Imagine Entertainment's The Spy Who Dumped Me with Mila Kunis and Justin Theroux. Previously, Darri was seen in Steven Spielberg's film adaptation of The BFG for Dreamworks, A Walk Among The Tombstones for Universal and The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty for Twentieth Century Fox. His other credits include "Stefan Andersen" in the Golden Globe nominated series The Missing from UK producer Company Pictures and Starz, two series of Lady Dynamite for Netflix, a four-episode character arc on John Hilcoat's series Quarry for Cinemax, a "Munchkin" on NBC's Emerald City, the role of "Belial" opposite Vin Diesel in Lions Gate Films The Last Witch Hunter directed by Breck Eisner, and the HBO mini-series True Detective directed by Cary Fukunaga, starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson.