Saint Dracula

Saint Dracula  

Saint Dracula

Longing for vengeance, he waited in hunger and thirst for his long lost admirer. The night hid him in the dark, the earth and the woods were his haven. He is a fallen angel, a catastrophic lover, the trodden Prince of Wallachia, but a vampire in revenge. His partisans await his reprise with celebration. He turns lucky in love, if not for ever. Beautiful nights of love and lust entangle him with his lost love – Clara, a passionate young nun but still a mortal. The peaches and perfection takes a turn the day Clara gets spellbound by the Catholic Church. The Vatican plots the trap but will the plan thrive? Or will it be love? Written by Mesh Ramson


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Ratings: Dracula Bleeds Viewers, Carrie Steady – TV Show News

Ratings Dracula DropsA weaker if thematically appropriate lead-in sent NBC’s Grimm and Dracula falling this first Friday of November sweeps.

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With a vampires-themed “news” special opening the Peacock’s night with 2.6 million total viewers and an anemic 0.7 rating — versus Dateline‘s week-ago 6 mil/1.3 — Grimm dropped 19 and 17 percent to 5 mil and a 1.5.

Dracula in turn drew 3.4 mil and a 1.3, falling 36 and 28 percent from its strong debut.

Over on ABC, Last Man Standing (6.2 mil/1.4) ticked up a tenth from its last fresh outing, while The Neighbors (4.6 mil/1.0) was flat. Shark Tank (7.1 mil/1.9) dipped a tenth but easily commanded Friday’s best demo rating.

CBS’ Undercover Boss (9 mil/1.4) added audience but dropped two tenths in the demo, Hawaii Five-0 (9.6 mil/1.3) ticked down a tenth and Blue Bloods (10.7 mil/1.3) lost a few eyeballs but was flat in the demo.

The CW’s The Carrie Diaries, with 942,000 viewers and a 0.3 rating, added a few eyeballs while matching its premiere rating; Top Model (1 mil/0.4) was flat…. Fox’s MasterChef Junior (3.9 mil/1.3) dipped a tenth.

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Dracula Adds Samantha Barks, Thor Kristjansson and Art Parkinson

Samantha Barks signs on to star in Dracula

Samantha Barks (Les Miserables), Icelandic star Thor Kristjansson, and Art Parkinson (Game of Thrones) have signed on to star in Dracula for Universal Pictures.

Luke Evans is portraying the Transylvanian prince and vampire, who risks eternal damnation by attempting to save his wife and son from a Turkish mob. Samantha Barks is playing Baba Yaga, a woman from Eastern European folklore who turns into a deadly witch. Thor Kristjansson plays Bright Eyes, who was enslaved as a young boy and is now an Ottoman Empire assassin. Art Parkinson is set to portray Dracula‘s son, Ingeras. They join a cast that also includes Dominic Cooper and Sarah Gadon.

Visual effects specialist Gary Shore is making his directorial debut, working from a screenplay by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless (Flash Gordon). Michael De Luca is producing, with Alissa Phillips serving as executive producer. Production is scheduled to begin this August in Belgrade.

Dracula comes to theaters August 8th, 2014 and stars Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon, Dominic Cooper, Samantha Barks, Art Parkinson.


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NBC’s Dracula: Fangtastic or Bloody Awful? – TV Show News

Dracula Series Premiere RecapDracula, NBC’s new Friday-night offering, features a familiar story, a supernatural lead-in and a proven, easy-on-the-eyes leading man. But are you planning to sink your teeth into the period drama?

The gothic series, which bowed Friday (10/9c), introduces us to Alexander Grayson (The TudorsJonathan Rhys Meyers), a cocky American industrialist newly arrived in 1890s London. As the hour opens, members of the city’s genteel upper crust flock to Grayson’s palatial home for a gala.

What none of the lords and ladies know is that Grayson is actually Vlad Tepes, a 16th-century warrior cursed into bloodsucking immortality by the ancient Order of the Dragon. “Murder, torture, rape, wholesale slaughter. That is their stock in trade,” Grayson explains, adding that the group’s members now hold powerful positions in politics, business and society.

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Tepes spent centuries moldering in a grave until being revived by Abraham Van Helsing (Thomas Kretschmann, The River), who has his own history with the order. (The monster inside Tepes – the one that impels him to lap blood from his victims’ necks – is the titular Dracula.)

Grayson impresses his gala guests by showing off his revolutionary “wireless power,” which harnesses geomagnetic forces to produce a cleaner form of energy. You know who doesn’t like that? The Order of the Dragon, which derives much of its wealth from its oil holdings.

As the episode progresses, Grayson goes about taking down the order in ways both calculated and rogue, such as when he rips a member’s throat out in a fit of anger. Later, he quickly dispatches one of the order’s hired henchmen, but not before the man realizes exactly whom he’s battling: “Dracula,” he gasps before dying. (For now, however, the rest of the order remains in the dark about the Drac-Grayson connection.)

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Grayson’s revenge mission gets sidetracked, though, when he sees young medical student Mina Murray (Arrow‘s Jessica De Gouw) and can’t shake the feeling that she is the reincarnation of his dead wife (also killed by the order). Mina, too, feels a strange connection to the wealthy newcomer – but she’s unaware that he follows her around town, with his trusted confidante Renfield (Game of Thrones‘ Nonso Anozie) in tow. Complicating matters: Mina is engaged to a dashing young reporter, Jonathan Harker (Mr. Selfridge‘s Oliver Jackson-Cohen).

Meanwhile, Grayson engages in a physical relationship with the vampy, though not vampiric, Lady Jayne (Victoria Smurfit, About a Boy). She doesn’t know he’s a powerful creature of the night; he doesn’t know she’s a back-in-the-day Buffy searching for London’s latest fiend.

The series tweaks existing lore in a way that keeps the well-known story fresh. And Rhys Meyers certainly seems to enjoy himself as the impulsive, tortured central character – so does Smurfit as the delightfully aloof Lady Jayne. At the close of the first hour, the series’ weakest points are its sluggish pace and the Mina-Grayson connection. (If you’re intrigued by the latter, hang in; future episodes give De Gouw and Rhys Meyers greater opportunities to sell us on their characters’ infatuation.)

Enough about what we thought: What was your take on Dracula? Grade the episode via the poll below, then hit the comments to back up your choice!

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Dracula Release Date Moves to Fall 2014

Universal moves Dracula into a Fall 2014 release date

Universal Pictures has moved its horror remake Dracula from an August 8, 2014 release to October 3, 2014. It will now go up against Fox’s The Book of Life in its new date. If it would have stayed in the August 8 slot, it would have gone up against Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Hundred-Foot Journey.

Luke Evans stars as Dracula in this reboot that takes elements from Bram Stoker‘s novel and blends it with the true story of Vlad the Impaler. Sarah Gadon, Dominic Cooper and Samantha Barks co-star. Production is currently under way in Belgrade, Serbia, and we reported yesterday that Legendary Pictures may co-finance the project under their new five-year deal with Universal.

In related news, Universal has also set a September 12, 2014 release date for Search Party, which stars Krysten Ritter and Alison Brie. The Hangover writer Scot Armstrong makes his directorial debut with the comedy, which follows two friends who decide to reunite their buddy with the woman he was originally set to marry. No other movies are slated for release on September 12, 2014 at this time.

Dracula comes to theaters October 3rd, 2014 and stars Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon, Dominic Cooper, Samantha Barks, Art Parkinson.

Search Party comes to theaters September 12th, 2014 and stars Krysten Ritter, Alison Brie, Shannon Woodward, T.J. Miller, Adam Pally, Lance Reddick, Jason Mantzoukas, Rosa Salazar. The film is directed by Scot Armstrong.


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