Incoming Dracula Film gets a Bloody R Rating for violence, sexistness and language
The new film, Renfield, was released this week, and it will be a bloody movie, and as it just got a R rating for Violence, Gore, and Language, fans of the actor wouldn’t want it anywhere else.That news came by means of Bloody Disgusting, which has revealed that the films’ official MPA rating earlier this week.
In Renfield, Cage will play the Count Dracula himself, a supporting character in the story of a one of his men Renfield (Nicholas Hoult). The movie ends when the sidekick decides to leave his work and his boss, the Vampire King himself, in the modern day world of New Orleans.
The film will be a horror-comedy, like the ones Jermaine Clement and Taika Waititis Do In the Shadows, with the continuous contrast between the mythological methods of the vampires and the modern world. The blend of horror and comedy might suit Cage’s acting style, and Cage has already said that he’s an enormous fan of Dracula.
To get ready for the movie, Cage watched all the other great actors who had played the vampire before, as he wanted to do something completely different and unique. As long as it’s not easy to imagine what that might mean, fans can’t wait to see that, as long as he doesn’t ever leave you indifferent. This is Nicolas’ first role in a major studio since 2011’s Ghost Rider: A Man of the Spirit.
When is Renfield coming out in theaters? Answered
Renfield is directed by Chris McKay (The Lego Batman Movie), by Ryan Ridley (Rick and Morty), and is based on Bram Strokers Renfield. The movie stars none of the stars of Nicolas Cage as the Earl Dracula, Nicholas Hoult (the Great), Awkwafina (The Farewell) and Ben Schwartz (Sonic). Renfield is due in the movie theaters on Apr 14th 2023.