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The Upcoming Nicolas Cage’s Dracula Film ‘Renfield’ Gets R Rating

Renfield from Universal Pictures’ “Renfield” has made its way to theatres with an R rating for bloody violence, some gore, and language throughout. The upcoming film is an adventure tale that stars Nicolas Cage and Nicolas Hoult, who decide to live their lives for themselves. The film centers around a character named Renfield (Hoult) who has been tasked to do all the dirty work for the Count but decides that he’s fed up with it. The film is directed by Chris McKay and was written by Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ridley. Renfield is a character who we don’t get to know too well in the film and isn’t given much backstory; we’re given hints at what his life was like before he started serving Count Dracula. The idea behind the film was to give it a more humor-filled tone and an adventure tale at its core. The movie is about a guy who wants to live his own life.

Who is In the cast?

  • Nicholas Hoult as Renfield
  • Nicolas Cage as Count Dracula
  • Awkwafina as Rebecca Quincy
  • Ben Schwartz as Teddy Lobo
  • Adrian Martinez as Chris Marcos
  • Shohreh Aghdashloo as Ella
  • Bess Rous as Caitlyn
  • James Moses Black as Captain J. Browning
  • Caroline Williams as Vanessa
  • Brandon Scott Jones

Release Date:

Well there is no confirmed release date has been announced yet but an expected date which is on April 14, 2023.

What is the film about? 

The film is about a guy who wants to live his own life. It is about living life for ourselves. Wanting to be in control and chasing new experiences that we’ve never had the chance to experience before. That brings us to a modern-day New Orleans where Renfield finds himself falling in love with Rebecca Quincy (Salma Hayek), a fellow traffic cop, who is more than willing to give him exactly what he wants. Never having been able to imagine his life outside of serving Count Dracula, Renfield struggles with his newfound freedom and the realization that he has done all he can do for the infamous vampire lord. Renfield finds himself in a situation where he tries to do what is right and has to decide if he’s willing to take the next step. This all happens while Renfield tries to figure out who he is and what his life will look like outside of serving the Count. 

Why should you watch this film? 

Renfield from Universal Pictures is the fourth film adaptation of Bram Stoker’s classic Dracula and is the first of its kind to give the character a real backstory. The movie focuses on a man who finds himself fed up with his life and the tasks at hand. It tells a story about what will happen when he decides that he wants to live his own life and no longer do anything for Count Dracula. The big question is whether or not this character will be able to live with himself for making his choice.

What is the film rated and why? 

There’s a lot of blood, gore, and language throughout. The film ends up getting an R rating for bloody violence, some gore, and language throughout. The film takes a dark approach to the character of Renfield and gives him more of an edge. It’s not really about what he does for Dracula, but instead, it is about his life and how he feels about himself. This movie sounds like it’s something special. The film is based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula, but it doesn’t follow it all that much. This film will give viewers a new look at the origin tale of Renfield and how he came to be where he is in the original story of Dracula.


Who can watch this film? 

The film is rated R, so it’s not something that kids can watch. However, they could check it out if they want to see it with their parents. The film isn’t rated R because of its content; it’s because of the violence. There’s a lot of blood, gore, and language throughout the movie. The fact that Renfield finds himself falling in love with Rebecca Quincy (Salma Hayek) makes the movie a little different from its source material and gives viewers a new look at what his story could be like. This might not be a film for everyone, but it’s one that viewers should consider checking out in theatres.

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