Michael Fassbender and Rebecca Ferguson discuss their new horror film 'The Snowman'

The actor and actress dish on their new horror movie in an interview with ABC News' Nick Watt.
2:47 | 10/09/17

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Transcript for Michael Fassbender and Rebecca Ferguson discuss their new horror film 'The Snowman'
switching gears, Michael fassbender and Rebecca Ferguson are taking on the big screen in "The snowman." ABC's Nick watt sat down with them and joins us right now from L.A. Good morning to you, Nick. Good morning, Lara. Well, listen, despite the sweet title this is in no way a kids' film. Hands over your eyes scary but offscreen its stars are fun, sunny and full of joy even when they're talking about such a moody movie. He calls himself the snowman killer. Reporter: "The snowman" is one of those dark scandinavian thrillers we've all come to know and love. There's a lot of killers. I thought it was a safe place to be. It's rather terrifying, but enjoyable. Says a lot about you. Well said. I like the people calling it scandal noir? A couple beheadings along the way. They're quite quick. We don't know what we're dealing with. Reporter: Fassbender plays a troubled cop chasing a serial killer. You always play dark people. And you seem quite jolly. What's with that? Supply don't know. It's like a comedian happy on stage, disaster off. Reporter: Rebecca Ferguson of "Mission: Impossible: Rogue nation" fame plays a rookie colleague with a secret and all that scenery. The landscape is such a major player. It doesn't stop, the nothingness continues into more nothi nothingness. Oh, god. She's scandinavian Stockholm born and raised. Your mother translated "Waterloo" into English? Yes, she did. ??? Promise to love me forevermore ??? He sings all the time. I have songs playing constantly in my head. Sometimes I feel the need to sing? Really? The whole thing, sentence. Reporter: Fantastic actor as well. Oscar nominated for "Steve jobs" and "12 years a slave ??? this one treat created by Jo nesbo. He took me wall climbing. When did you go? When we were shooting, yeah. Was I busy shooting? No, I think we just decided not to invite you. Great. Rebecca left without saying good-bye. I did actually, I said good-bye to the team, hugged everyone but I bugger off. I'm not much for standing and doing a big hoopla. What did you do? I did a hoopla. Reporter: They are friends really I promise and rather good together in the tale of this quite terrifying snowman. And the movie hits theaters October 20th and there could be a lot more where this came from. There are ten books in all featuring that maverick detective Harry and fassbender says, Lara, he's ready for more. I bet he is. Thank you so much, Nick.

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