Renfield | Official Trailer

Renfield | Official Trailer

🩸LET’S EAT🩸Sink your teeth into the new trailer for #RenfieldMovie, in theaters April 14th.

Only in Theaters April 14

Evil doesn’t span eternity without a little help.

In this modern monster tale of Dracula’s loyal servant, Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max: Fury Road, X-Men franchise) stars as Renfield, the tortured aide to history’s most narcissistic boss, Dracula (Oscar® winner Nicolas Cage). Renfield is forced to procure his master’s prey and do his every bidding, no matter how debased. But now, after centuries of servitude, Renfield is ready to see if there’s a life outside the shadow of The Prince of Darkness. If only he can figure out how to end his codependency.

Renfield is directed by Chris McKay (The Tomorrow War, The LEGO Batman Movie) from a screenplay by Ryan Ridley (Ghosted series, Rick & Morty series), based on an original idea by The Walking Dead and Invincible creator Robert Kirkman.

The film co-stars Awkwafina (The Farewell, Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings), Ben Schwartz (Sonic, The Afterparty) and Adrian Martinez (The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Focus).

Renfield is produced by Skybound Entertainment partners Robert Kirkman and David Alpert (The Walking Dead, Invincible), co-presidents Bryan Furst (Daybreakers) and Sean Furst (Daybreakers) and by Chris McKay. McKay’s producing partner Samantha Nisenboim (co-producer, The Tomorrow War) will executive produce.

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34 Responses

  1. David Emanuel Rosini says:

    This movie is going to be wild no matter how good or bad it is

  2. Cam Britt says:

    What is crazy is he actually looks like he might unironically be a really good Dracula.

    • Josh Loves Movies says:

      Nicholas Cage can be one of the best Dracula!

    • James Estelle says:

      He looks like Marilyn Manson had a baby with Jigsaw.

    • py_a_thon says:

      @johcafra The Green Goblin is like a vampire lol. *mind blown*

      Symbolism. Symbology. (Boondock Saints reference…)

      I have seen too many damned movies lol. No regrets. Movies are my books. And I have read alot of books too. Although mostly non fiction. I prefer the visual medium for fiction.

    • johcafra says:

      @py_a_thon And Willem Dafoe played “that Dracula” quite well in Shadow of the Vampire.

    • py_a_thon says:

      @Film Buff To be fair though, I kinda include foreign films in the concept of the golden era. And basically everything after birth of a nation, and anything that isn’t super racist…I consider to be in the golden era.

      The Seventh Seal, directed by Ingar Bergman for example, is one of my favorite oldschool movies. That movie is beautiful and absolutely crazy.

      Then films like Spartacus or Ben-Hur, kinda started the next era of “Hollywood”. The era of Spectacle and Fantastic. And cult classics and film festivals and independent films. “The second era” perhaps?

      The 1990’s and early 80’s started the next era perhaps. The era of filmmaking becoming accessible to clever people on shoestring budgets.

      The work of people like Tarantino, Kevin Smith, Richard Linklater, Aronofsky, and many others was iconic. Decentralization.

      A great example is the movie PI(directed by Aronofsky) That film still holds up today, and the budget was almost zero. The same era also allowed Christopher Nolan to launch his career with Memento. Which definitely had a budget, yet not some huge production value budget.

  3. Debbie Ironmonger says:

    This looks way better than I originally thought it was going to be. Nic Cage makes an awesome Dracula!

  4. Josette Andres says:

    I’m gonna see this movie, it makes Renfield actually look like a hero instead of a sick man locked in a padded cell.

  5. illuminatiCorgi says:

    This actually looks way more awesome than if anticipated.

  6. David Emanuel Rosini says:

    I’m running out of words here to explain how excited i am for this movie

  7. Kazuma “Kevin” Hiryu says:

    Nicholas Cage as Dracula is one of the best casting choices they ever made.

  8. Edward says:

    Oh god I never thought I need this duo but now I can’t wait to watch this movie. I don’t care if it’s going to be good or not, I know I will have a great time watching it

  9. Brittany C. says:

    This looks really good and this is going to be a very funny adaptation of Dracula! Can’t wait to see it! 👏👏🧛‍♂️🧛‍♂️

  10. KalvinEllis says:

    He’s like a more comedic version of Christopher Lee’s Dracula. I’m here for it!

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