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The Wall is a supporting character in the 2018 sci-fi/thriller film The Meg. He is the co-pilot with Toshi of the Origin submarine for Mana One during the Mariana Trench exploration mission. He's also good friend with Toshi and DJ.

He was portrayed by Ólafur Darri Ólafsson.

History

Before the mission begins, he, Toshi, and Lori are introduced to billionaire Jack Morris who is excited and fascinated by all the scientists have accomplished. After passing the layer of hydrogen sulfide, the submarine finds itself in a new, unknown world, awe-inspiring the explorers and scientists on the station. However, the Origin is suddenly attacked by an unknown creature that cuts off communication to Mana One.

Stuck in the dark, Lori and The Wall manage to activate the heating and lighting. When Toshi says he's writing a letter to his wife "just in case", The Wall gives him hope and tells him that they will all be okay. Despite Lori being injured, they are rescued by Jonas Taylor but Toshi detaches the sub, sacrificing himself by pulling the Meg back to the Origin. Rising to the surface, The Wall takes the letter Toshi slipped in his pocket and gives it to Dr. Zhang.

During a meeting, scientists establish that it was a Megalodon that attacked the Origin and The Wall adds with anger and sadness that he killed his friend. Then, he joins the group which goes to a place of attack of the Meg which destroyed three boats and killed all the members who were there. When Suyin descends into a cage, The Wall surrounds him with bait to lure the Meg and wishes her good luck. The mission goes awry when the shark begins to swallow the cage and Jonas jumps into the water to rescue her. The Wall has the idea of ​​removing the beast by luring it towards the boat with the baits. After which the Meg is killed and the corpse is brought back to the boat. Later, Jonas takes a picture of The Wall in front of the suddenly stirring corpse, scaring The Wall falling into the water. Joked by DJ, the two hum and laugh and The Wall is then devoured by another bigger Meg who jumps on the corpse and overturns the boat.

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