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dracula Interviews television Videos
16th Oct

dracula photoshoots television
14th Oct

3 more promotional pictures, another still from the first episode of ‘Dracula’ and a new photoshoot have been added to the gallery.

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Appearances
13th Oct

A few days ago, Jessica attended a Press Launch for ‘Dracula’ with her co-stars in London.

dracula television Videos
12th Oct

Watch this beautiful music video of Lindsey Stirling for ‘Dracula’, featuring scenes from the show!

dracula television
11th Oct

The count moves into a sumptuous “Great Gatsby”-esque mansion in Victorian England, where he’s surrounded by newfangled inventions including telephones, electric carriages and the cinema — but he still uses a demonhead sword and Vlad the Impaler-embossed gold pieces.

The seductive tale of the most famous vampire of all time traditionally plays out against the crumbling, cobweb-covered walls of his Transylvania castle. Now the setting gets a more modern twist in NBC’s upcoming primetime drama, premiering Oct. 25.

Set in 19th century London, the show stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers as the vampire count, who poses as an American industrialist who wants to introduce modern science (wireless electricity in particular) to staid Victorian society. Playing off this, British production designer Rob Harris (Mr. Selfridge, Hornblower) added items on the cutting edge of 1896 — telephones, electric carriages and the cinema — to the milieu. “The idea was to make it as interesting as we could and do a new take,” says Harris, a three-time Emmy nominee. “It gives you more scope to invent your world.”

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dracula television Videos
11th Oct

This isn’t your daddy’s Dracula. The upcoming retelling of the Bram Stoker horror classic is set to take over NBC’s Fridays, but before the series premiere, check out an exclusive sneak peek at the making of the fantastical series. Detailed sets, elaborate costumes, and wicked stunts mark the ten-episode limited run as a slick, action-packed adaptation. New York Comic Con attendees will get a more in-depth first look at the series during a special fan pilot screening on Saturday, Oct. 12.

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