Luke Evans is presenting his new movie “Dracula Untold” in Madrid and shared some of his opinion about the character
He said “This Dracula is more human than vampire,” Evans told Efe. “We did not want to tell a story that everyone already knows by heart. The movie is focused on Vlad Dracula, the historical figure who inspired Stoker’s novel.”
“I think the film contains all necessary ingredients that would appeal to a large segment of the audience,” said Evans
vans said that Universal Company plans to make this Dracula the beginning of a new series of “hero-monsters,” in the vein of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, which would include iconic horror film archetypes such as the Mummy, Frankenstein or the Wolf Man.
“I hope it succeeds,” he said. “For my part, if the audience wanted to see Dracula again, I would be happy to reprise the role. It is an immortal character that can appear anywhere, because it lies beyond time. Possibilities are endless.”