VIDEO: Igor Petrenko admitted that idolizes Khodchenkova


ВИДЕО: Игорь Петренко признался, что боготворит Ходченкову
The actors spent a lot of time together on the filming of “the Viking”.

Before the premiere of one of the most anticipated films of the year
the historical Saga “Viking” about the dramatic events in
the fate of Prince Vladimir, who baptized Russia, just a few days. Today he released the official trailer
the pictures on the website 7days.ru — exclusive premiere of this video.

The casting of this project busy for almost two years. The film
Andrei Kravchuk and producers Konstantin Ernst and Anatoly Maximov tried
find the perfect ensemble cast. Though the Director has long sought a new face,
met with graduates of theater schools, but then admitted that in this
the role of the impossible was a boy, without experience. In the end, the role of Vladimir
played by Danila Kozlovsky.

ВИДЕО: Игорь Петренко признался, что боготворит Ходченкову

Danila Kozlovsky in the role of Prince Vladimir

Photo: press service

Many actors dream to play in this project, but Igor Petrenko long doubted whether to take on the role Warezko. “I have not
work with an emotional cost. Heavy story. Role-the stroke
I have to call themselves. Warezko warrior, the right hand of Yaropolk. People
straightforward, simple, without a second plan. And uncompromising. For him there is no semitones
and half-measures. Either black or white. The third is not given. And he always comes through,
for that he is respected. It is the main engine
— Irina. He adores her and is willing to throw the world at her feet,” tell me about your
character Petrenko.

ВИДЕО: Игорь Петренко признался, что боготворит Ходченкову

Igor Petrenko in the role Warezko

Photo: press service

The role of Irina was played by Svetlana Khodchenkova. She plays
the Greek woman, a former nun. The actress visited the ancient monasteries,
studied history, looking for peace, and literally slapping his hands on
shooting to get rid of the gestures of the modern woman. But Petrenko
especially screaming with the strain before filming that his voice was hoarse and
disrupted.

Svetlana Khodchenkova as Irina

Photo: press service

“Hope that all teenagers will read Karamzin, Klyuchevsky
Solovyov, is not necessary, — says Konstantin Ernst. — Would you like to
they knew the story, I feel and understand where we are and where it all
come. Movie is one of the few opportunities to bring it up to the younger generation.
We wanted, that was not edifying, not fake, but passionately and convincingly. And
the fact that our history of past ages itself is an action-adventure
exciting and adventurous, our cinema only benefit. We in any case
do not take on the role of history teachers, we’re just trying to share
the fact that we know what fills us and what we were lucky enough to tell.”

Interestingly, the film will be released in two age categories.
The evening sessions will show “18+”, and in the afternoon — “12+”.