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DRACULA UNTOLD (2014) Movie Posters: Luke Evans is Vlad the Impaler

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Dracula Untold Posters. Two movie posters for Dracula Untold (2014) have been released for the Gary Shore directed film. Both Dracula Untold film posters feature Luke Evans as Vlad Tepes aka Dracula in armor, cape or wings bellowing and flapping.

 The Dracula Untold movie posters:

Dracula Untold Movie Poster

Dracula Untold movie poster


Dracula Untold Movie Poster

Dracula Untold movie poster


On the script for the film by producer Mike De Luca:

These writers came up with the ingenious-what I think is ingenious-approach combining historical Dracula with Bram Stoker’s Dracula. So it chronicles the efforts of a young prince, Vlad of Transylvania trying to keep the Ottoman empire and the Turk’s of the time from using his small country as a stepping stone to invade Europe. So there’s a historical basis for all of that history that’s in the script, but when his back is up against the wall and he can’t figure out how to keep the Turkish army out of his country and keep their hands off his country’s children, which they want to kidnap and press into their army as something they used to call the Jannisserie core, I guess the Roman’s did a version of it also, but this taking of male children from host countries and pressing them into military service for the invading army is another thing he’s trying to prevent. Because his own son is being threatened with that kidnapping. And in the script that we have, he was actually a victim of it himself. He earned the reputation of being the impaler while he was serving the Turks.

One Turk in particular, which is the antagonist in the movie, so in a moment of desperation he looks at this mountain top in Transylvania that all the gypsies in his country say is haunted and full of bad black magic. And he’s never believed in any of that supernatural kind of what he thinks is hogwash. But in a moment of desperation he ascends that mountain to see if there’s any truth to any kind of power that he could use to keep the invading army out. And he finds something that gets him to where we have come to know him as Dracula and uses that power source to kind of fight the Turks after he’s changed.

Finding the right…the comfort level in terms of cast, budget, you know how we’re going to the effects. As written it’s literally on the scale of Braveheart with Dracula, so it’s a lot of…it’s armies. It’s an invading Turkish army. It’s a lot of supernatural action. It’s wonderful. Like it’s an epic love story. It’s got everything you want in a movie like this but it’s tricky and it’s big so we’re trying to figure out how to do it in the most efficient way.

Dracula Untold‘s plot synopsis: “The origin story of the man who becomes Dracula.”

Dracula Untold also stars Sarah Gadon, William Houston, Dominic Cooper, Samantha Barks, Ferdinand Kingsley, Charlie Cox, Thor Kristjansson, Lasco Atkins, Dilan Gwyn, Tom Benedict Knight, Noah Huntley, Diarmaid Murtagh, Ronan Vibert, Paul Kaye, Art Parkinson, and Zach McGowan.

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Source: Imdb, Liveforfilms


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