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Monday, June 16, 2014

GLORIOUS FIRST POSTERS FOR LUKE EVANS' 'DRACULA UNTOLD' EPIC ADVENTURE! ADRIEN BRODY, JOHN CUSACK AS ROMAN SOLDIERS IN JACKIE CHAN'S 'DRAGON BLADE' EPIC MOVIE

DRACULA UNTOLD
FIRST POSTERS WITH LUKE EVANS WEARING A CAPE OF BATS
If you follow our official Facebook and Twitter pages you already know what our main cinematic treat for today is: Universal has released the first absolutely glorious posters for their upcoming $100 million epic adventure DRACULA UNTOLD which brings Luke Evans (with his black cape fading into bats) back onto the big screens on October 3rd! The movie won't be a horror but an epic adventure following the historical Prince Vlad Tepes once a proud nobleman who becomes the infamous killer after Turkish sultan Mehmed (Dominic Cooper) kills his wife Mirena (Sarah Gadon) and his kids. We expect the first trailer real soon and then you can also expect an extensive spotlight on the movie which also stars our new Daredevil Charlie Cox, Samantha Barks as Baba Yaga, BLACK SAIL's Zach McGowan as a Gipsy leader! Oscar winner Ngila Dickson (LORD OF THE RINGS) is doing the costumes and they already look promising with the breathtaking armour that Luke Evans is wearing on the posters!

JACKIE CHAN'S DRAGON BLADE
GETS ADRIEN BRODY AND JOHN CUSACK AS ROMAN SOLDIERS
Speaking of things historical, The Hollywood Reporter writes that Adrien Brody and John Cusack have joined Jackie Chan's new historical adventure DRAGON BLADE in which they will play Roman soldiers! The $65 million movie (which makes it the most expensive Chinese language film ever) will be helmed by Daniel Lee and is inspired by a missing legion of Roman soldiers that travelled into China in 48 BCE. Cusack plays Lucius, a Roman general who led a legion of a 1,000 soldiers into Han Dynasty China. Adrien Brody will play Tiberius, who has assassinated Rome's Consul Crassus and chased after Lucius with a force of 100,000 soldiers. Chan stars as the Commander of the Protectorate of the Western Regions who teams up with Lucius to protect China's borders and sovereignty. To be released next February on Chinese Lunar New Year, the movie is inspired by the documented evidence of Roman descendants and Roman ruins in Liqian village in Northwest China's Gansu province during the Han Dynasty.

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