Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by Tekkaman Blade, Nov 30, 2021.
Renfield: First Look at Nicolas Cage as Dracula Revealed
Not too bad.
The pics are encoded. Go here:
See Nicolas Cage as Dracula on Renfield Set in New Orleans: Photos | PEOPLE.com
...Is Nicolas Cage turning into...John Travolta?
He does look a bit like this meme...
Surprised this hasn’t happened sooner.
I don't know looks more like....
"NOT THE LIGHT!!! NOT THE LIIIIIIGHT!!!!!!"
If he had the moustache too, then yeah, I can see it.
He looks like if Data left the USS Enterprise to pursue the career of a pimp.
I...I don't know if I want to click that.
That looks neater than I expected. Though it has a "What Taiki Waititi Does in the Shadows" feel.
They already did that movie.
I'm now never going to unsee that, you bastard
And it was glorious.
I keep forgetting most people don't use 'bastard' as a term of affection like we do here in Aus XD
Oh, I know you didn't say it in a mean-hearted way.
I pretty much expected it to be goofy by the thread title but that doesn't make this any better. So tired of goofy shit. I want a real Dracula movie.
They tried that back when they were working on making that Universal Monsters Dark Universe BS. It was called Dracula Untold, I think that's the last serious attempt Dracula has had in cinemas for a while and this was before the Tom Cruise Mummy film, there was Dracula Untold and that Wolfman movie with Hugo Weaving as a detective stalking the Wolfman and then they finally settled on the first Dark Universe movie as Tom Cruise vs. The Mummy and... we all know how good that shit went.
I honestly love this, it's hilarious and I am looking forward to a decent comedy of this nature to enjoy. It's Dracula Dead and Loving it all over again only with Nicholas Cage as the best Dracula since... uh... I want to say Coleman, but I can't recall who was in Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Dracula Untold was some weird bland attempt to make him a superhero and The Mummy was just Tom Cruise's attempt to big himself up while the studio crammed in all the shit they could. The Wolfman seemed like the only real attempt to do a serious Universal Monster movie and even then it suffered from them putting it into the big budget bracket when any monster not Godzilla or Kong best be suited with a more modest budget and shouldn't be getting pushed as a big movie. It probably would've made money if they didn't needlessly pump $150 million into it. Horror properties make big money on small budgets.
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