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Netflix and the BBC's Dracula series reveals its official cast and directors as production continues on Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat's adaptation.
Dracula Meets Dracula! Actors Luke Evans and Gary Oldman bare their fangs and pose for a selfie, much to the delight of vampire movie fans.
The upcoming three-part miniseries based on Bram Stoker's Dracula has cast The Girl in the Spider's Web's Claes Bang in the title role.
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The BBC officially orders a Dracula TV miniseries adaptation that Sherlock creators/showrunners Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat are developing.
IT movie director Andres Muschietti is in the running to helm Paramount's planned prequel to Bram Stoker's immortal monster tale, Dracula.
Sherlock creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat are now writing and developing an original Dracula miniseries for the BBC.
Assuming the shared monster movie universe from Universal still has the green light, here are the actors we'd like to see starring in it.
At the dawn of the Dark Universe, take a look at the secret history behind Universal's monster movies, from Frankenstein to Dracula himself.
Universal's Dark Universe is noticeably missing one of the most famous monsters of all time in Dracula, but that might not be a bad thing.
Universal has claimed a 2019 release date for the third installment in the rebooted Monster Movie Universe that will begin with The Mummy in 2017.
Universal has revealed more about their plans for a revived Shared Monster Movie Universe with classic characters like Dracula and the Mummy.
From historical figures to deadly events, these are the real life inspirations behind some Hollywood's most recognized horror icons.
The average movie fan may not watch Japanese anime - but will be surprised to see how many Hollywood hits adapted (or stole) from the genre.