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RobertoOrtiz
01-04-2006, 02:07 AM
Quotes:
"- German director Uwe Boll is occupied with videogame adaptations these days. BloodRayne is just his latest, an 18th-century vampire flick based on the popular game series of the same name. Boll's take on the story, however, sets it in a different era than the videogames. While the original Agent Rayne fought both vampires and Nazis during the Second World War, Boll's female protagonist deals with the fell race's beginnings in Transylvania"

"The director also said he'd like to do a second BloodRayne set in the Wild West."

>>LINK<< (http://filmforce.ign.com/articles/678/678516p1.html)


-R

JeroenDStout
01-04-2006, 03:00 AM
Noo! Noooo! Noo! This article is just so wrong I can't.. I can't .. I can't ........ Gaaaah!

Seriously :eek:

rblitz7
01-04-2006, 03:26 AM
Why doesnt anybody stop him?! These movies cant possibly make money!?!

eek
01-04-2006, 03:52 AM
hahaha - http://media.filmforce.ign.com/media/574/574467/img_2528179.html

golden axe meets reservior dogs!

eek

CupOWonton
01-04-2006, 04:57 AM
Can he please just DROP DEAD from some sort of brain tumor already?

Pyke
01-04-2006, 07:07 AM
I was linking around those pages, and came across '10 Questions: Uwe Boll' (http://filmforce.ign.com/articles/437/437519p1.html)and read something that made my blood run cold:

10. What is the one project that you've always wanted to do, but have yet to be able to? I hope I can do a Lord of the Rings type movie out of Warcraft or Dungeon Siege.


...........


I would just like to have a moment to thank everyones respective dietys that he got Dungeon Seige as a movie...

Solothores
01-04-2006, 07:59 AM
"It's not Hollywood in that sense. We went for it and that will ultimately set it apart. Plus we have a real story behind it. I think a lot of the video game adaptations lack that, but we've got a great eclectic group of actors who had a lot to work with. I truly believe the audience will invest in these people's lives."


the usual rhetoric actor crap without any content or meaning besides of "blabla"...

http://ffmedia.ign.com/filmforce/image/article/577/577350/bloodrayne-20050104030737995.jpg

Respect to Ben for a lot of great work, but he simply fails to develop any presence as a serious villain imho. (Based on pictures and trailer)

BOSAH
01-04-2006, 11:42 AM
the usual rhetoric actor crap without any content or meaning besides of "blabla"...
Respect to Ben for a lot of great work, but he simply fails to develop any presence as a serious villain imho. (Based on pictures and trailer)

Which is odd considering that his character in 'sexy beast' is the most terrifying villain I've ever seen. With that in mind then all you can blame for his poor performance is the script and the direction, which with Uwe Boll involved, well, enough said. ;)

Zog
01-04-2006, 12:08 PM
Originally Posted by Kristanna Loken
It's not a polished film in that sense where everybody looks great

Oh yes, well done. The lady on the left does look like she fell straight out of the 18th century :D


http://ffmedia.ign.com/filmforce/image/article/577/577350/bloodrayne-20050104030737495.jpg

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