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 James McAvoy in talks to play Frankenstein
Fox’s upcoming version of Mary Shelley’s classic Gothic nightmare, Frankenstein, looks to have found a star to play its title character, with James McAvoy reportedly entering talks with the studio…

James McAvoy in talks to play Frankenstein

Fox’s upcoming version of Mary Shelley’s classic Gothic nightmare, Frankenstein, looks to have found a star to play its title character, with James McAvoy reportedly entering talks with the studio…

Bill Nighy to play villain in I, Frankenstein
Bill Nighy is about to unveil his nasty side again as the lead villain in Stuart Beattie’s I, Frankenstein.Nighy is in talks to play a demon prince, with Socratis Otto (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) signed to play his henchman (because every villain needs a henchman).Aaron Eckhart leads the Lionsgate-produced feature that is based on the graphic novel by Kevin Grivioux, co-creator of the Underworld franchise. The film has a spring 2013 release date pencilled in.[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Bill Nighy to play villain in I, Frankenstein

Bill Nighy is about to unveil his nasty side again as the lead villain in Stuart Beattie’s I, Frankenstein.

Nighy is in talks to play a demon prince, with Socratis Otto (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) signed to play his henchman (because every villain needs a henchman).

Aaron Eckhart leads the Lionsgate-produced feature that is based on the graphic novel by Kevin Grivioux, co-creator of the Underworld franchise. The film has a spring 2013 release date pencilled in.

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

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Aaron Eckhart talks I, Frankenstein
We recently revealed that Aaron Eckhart has been cast in the graphic novel adaptation I, Frankenstein.  Seems the actor is now getting a bit jittery about what he’s signed himself up for.  "Somebody says, ‘Do you want to play Frankenstein?’ and I was like, ‘Well, I haven’t thought about it," Eckhart joked to Coming Soon. [FOR MORE FROM ECKHART, CLICK ON THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Aaron Eckhart talks I, Frankenstein

We recently revealed that Aaron Eckhart has been cast in the graphic novel adaptation I, Frankenstein.
 
Seems the actor is now getting a bit jittery about what he’s signed himself up for.
 
"Somebody says, ‘Do you want to play Frankenstein?’ and I was like, ‘Well, I haven’t thought about it," Eckhart joked to Coming Soon.

[FOR MORE FROM ECKHART, CLICK ON THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

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Exclusive: Guillermo del Toro Talks Future Projects
He’s ditched The Hobbit and climbed down the Mountains Of Madness but Guillermo del Toro’s a busy man.
As well as producing Guillem Morales’ creepy ocular horror Julia’s Eyes (out 20 May) he’s got a list of projects longer than Gandalf’s beard. “The thing I can say about my life is that I wake up at 5am, go to bed at midnight and I never have a free moment…” He laughs.
We sit down with the jocular Mexican to probe him on the 7 films he’ll (probably) be directing next..

Exclusive: Guillermo del Toro Talks Future Projects

He’s ditched The Hobbit and climbed down the Mountains Of Madness but Guillermo del Toro’s a busy man.

As well as producing Guillem Morales’ creepy ocular horror Julia’s Eyes (out 20 May) he’s got a list of projects longer than Gandalf’s beard. “The thing I can say about my life is that I wake up at 5am, go to bed at midnight and I never have a free moment…” He laughs.

We sit down with the jocular Mexican to probe him on the 7 films he’ll (probably) be directing next..

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Australia writer to helm I, Frankenstein
Stuart Beattie has boarded a project which will see him write and direct an adaptation of Kevin Grevioux’s yet-to-be-published graphic novel.
After previous reports that Underworld: Rise of the Lycans director Patrick Tatopoulos was tackling the noir horror, everything went a bit pear-shaped - and ended with Tatopoulos dropping out completely.
Now the mantle has been passed to Beattie - best known for directing Australian action drama Tomorrow, When the World Ends - who will take on both writing and directing duties.

Australia writer to helm I, Frankenstein

Stuart Beattie has boarded a project which will see him write and direct an adaptation of Kevin Grevioux’s yet-to-be-published graphic novel.

After previous reports that Underworld: Rise of the Lycans director Patrick Tatopoulos was tackling the noir horror, everything went a bit pear-shaped - and ended with Tatopoulos dropping out completely.

Now the mantle has been passed to Beattie - best known for directing Australian action drama Tomorrow, When the World Ends - who will take on both writing and directing duties.