Luke Evans slips into Gary shores film Dracula untold in the role of the bloodthirsty Count Dracula and tells how the Prince Vlad became the first vampire of history.
The film Dracula untold (the working title is Dracula: year zero) is devoted to the real person of Prince Vlad of Transylvania, known to be served for decades as the inspiration of the character count Dracula. In the film by Gary Shore, Luke Evans takes over the role of the vampire Prince. The young nobleman putting his soul on the line to save his wife and his son from the clutches of a murder-lustful Sultan. As a result, he is condemned to the very first vampire and is now cursed to quench his blood thirst on the backs of the people.
Gary Shore took Dracula untold ranked the Director’s Chair for the remake. The characters are based on the figures, the Bram Stoker developed. Matt and Burk jointly developed the screenplay for Dracula. In addition to actor Luke also are Dominic, Sarah, Diarmaid and many more to see.
The historical figure of the Prince of Wallachia, Vlad III. is at least as scary as his vampire legend of Dracula. This name goes back to the order of the Dragon, which made the fight against of the Ottomans in Christian Europe to the task and belonged to Vlad’s noble gender.