“Renfield”: Nicolas Cage joins the new monster movie to play Dracula

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The film “Renfield”, which has been established for more than two years, finally has a brand new dynamic.

It is understood that the producer has already targeted Nicolas Cage to star in the key character in the film-the vampire Dracula.

"Renfield": Nicolas Cage joins the new monster movie to play Dracula

The title character Renfield was handed over to Nicholas Hoult.

For Nicolas Cage, it is a good opportunity to return to Hollywood for major productions.

"Renfield": Nicolas Cage joins the new monster movie to play Dracula

After all, this high-quality actor has been mixed in low-cost films and B-level films for too long due to financial and contract issues.

“Renfield” is adapted from the famous novel “Dracula” by Bram Stoker, known as the “father of vampires”.

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In the vampire system, Renfield is Dracula’s number one supporter.

Renfield lives in a mental hospital and ostensibly suffers from paranoia. In fact, he was Dracula’s servant.

"Renfield": Nicolas Cage joins the new monster movie to play Dracula

In the history of fiction, “Dracula” is a masterpiece that is difficult to be classified. It was written by Irish writer Bram Stoker in 1897.

The story of the novel is chaotic and terrifying, and creates a new image of a vampire.

Therefore, later generations will call Bram Stoker the “father of vampires.”

At present, “Renfield” is classified into the dark universe of Universal, the same as “Hollow Man”.

"Renfield": Nicolas Cage joins the new monster movie to play Dracula

“Renfield” does not directly tell the story of the vampire, but re-expands the whole story from another angle.

According to another report, “Renfield” will follow the adaptation of “Hollow Man” and move the background of the story to modern times.

At present, “Renfield” has no specific storyline and shooting dynamics, and no release schedule.

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