Nicolas Cage’s dedication to performing Dracula during the making of the Renfield film impressed co-star Brandon Scott-Jones.
Nicolas Cage’s Dracula performance Renfield It made his co-star Brandon Scott Jones very emotional. As the title suggests, the upcoming Horror comedy movie will primarily focus on Count Dracula’s famous henchman RM Renfield. RM Renfield falls in love with a feisty traffic cop played by Awkwafina, just like Nicholas Hoult did in the film set in modern New Orleans. decided to quit her job. But much of the focus is instead on Nicolas Cage and his long-awaited take on the famous vampire.
saw it for the first time this week Renfield A trailer revealing Nicolas Cage’s Dracula, and now one of his co-stars in the film has opened up about his performance. ColliderBrandon Scott Jones talked about what it was like working on set with Cage RenfieldJones, who is seen in the trailer as the leader of the support group, admitted that seeing Cage’s dedication to his job and his utter excitement to play Dracula made him emotional. read the remarks of
One of the biggest lessons coming home from shooting that movie is that Nicolas Cage has been in 14,000 movies. he’s been acting all along. he is one of the best he is very good And there’s a possibly cynical side of yourself that you don’t even know exists…or whatever. And then I saw this guy come to work, sat in the make-up trailer, made-up as Dracula, and was so excited to show up on set. Because it was really inspiring to see someone love craft so much. I remember him saying, “Wait, wait, I just want to try something really quick.”
What to expect from Nicolas Cage’s Dracula performance
of Renfield The star’s comments are the latest to hype Cage’s highly anticipated performance as Dracula since casting was first announced over a year ago.In an interview, Cage revealed some of his many inspirations for his Dracula performance, from more obvious sources such as Christopher Lee’s Dracula to more offbeat sources such as David Bowie. cage cooperator Renfield He also said he drew a lot from Anne Bancroft, who famously played Mrs. Robinson in the 1967 film. Graduate.
Recent Renfield The trailer revealed Cage’s first appearance of Dracula, but he only appears sparingly. It focuses on one scene where he joins a therapy group seeking help. In, Cage’s Dracula dramatically enters the scene and begins wreaking havoc on the support group.
Cage’s performance of Dracula is clearly meant to be a joke, which is fitting for a film that director Chris McKay described as the comedic approach to Bram Stoker’s 1987 novel. what we do in the shadowsAn interesting takeaway from Jones’ comments is that, no matter how stark the role is, Cage approaches it with the same level of commitment as a more serious and dramatic role. A recent example is Pig, many believe missed out on an Oscar nomination. The wait for Cage’s Dracula performance won’t be long. Renfield Theatrical release on April 14th.
MORE: Why Nic Cage’s Dracula Almost Never Appears In Renfield’s TrailersSource: Collider