Javier Bardem will give Dracula non-life

Bgood news, since the Spaniard Javier Bardem is the actor that sounds louder in Hollywood to star in a remake of the horror movie classic Dracula. The film will be directed by Ernest Dickerson -responsible for some chapters of successful series such as ER or Heroes (the last great series released in our country) - and in addition to Bardem wearing fangs, we can also see the beautiful Italian Monica Bellucci giving life to Lucy , the vampire's victim, and the veteran John Hurt, whom we will soon see in Álex de la Iglesia's The Oxford Crimes, played Professor Van Helsing.

The film will be titled The Un-Dead and, according to an information published by moviehole, it will take place 25 years after the events of the original book that Bram Stocker wrote at the end of the XNUMXth century. The film focuses on the protagonists who survive the first battle with the vampire, including the lead couple Jonathan and Mina Harker and Professor Van Helsing. Inspector Cotford, a character who was removed by the author of the original manuscript, could also appear.

All of them will once again face Dracula's thirst for blood that if all goes well he will end up having the face of Bardem in a story written by Ian Holt and that Stocker's family has recognized as the official continuation of the novel. It is the first story to receive such approval since the film that in 1931 starred the mythical Bela Lugosi.

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