Robert Kirkman teases Renfield movie as extraordinarily violent comedy
After the entire Darkish Universe fiasco, Common Photos took a step again and rethought their method to the Common Monsters, which now appears to contain letting artistic folks do regardless of the hell they need with them relatively than forcing them into the identical cinematic universe. Sounds good to me. Following the success of Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man, there are actually fairly quite a few Common Monster tasks within the works, together with one specializing in Renfield, Dracula’s crazed servant who was so memorably dropped at life by Dwight Frye within the 1931 movie.
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Robert Kirkman (Invincible) wrote the remedy for the Renfield film — which can be scripted by Ryan Ridley (Rick & Morty) and directed by Chris McKay (The Tomorrow Warfare) — and he just lately appeared on Kevin Smith’s Fatman Beyond the place he dropped a small tease in regards to the venture.
We’re doing this cool film for Common that’s a concentrate on Renfield. It’s a narrative about him being Dracula’s henchman and the way shitty a job that’s. It’s sort of a enjoyable, extraordinarily violent comedy, as a result of I’ve bought a crutch, and it is violence.
Kirkman went on to explain Ryan Ridley’s script as “good,” which definitely has me intrigued about the entire thing. When the venture was first introduced again in 2019, it was described as a “comedic, lighthearted” movie within the vein of Taika Waititi’s What We Do within the Shadows. Along with Renfield, a number of of the opposite Common Monster films in growth embrace a Dracula film from Karyn Kusama, a Wolfman film starring Ryan Gosling, an Invisible Lady film directed by and starring Elizabeth Banks, and extra!
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The primary season of Robert Kirkman’s Invincible just lately wrapped up on Amazon to near-universal acclaim (try a evaluate from our personal Alex Maidy) and has already been renewed for not one, however two extra seasons.
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