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Cast / Characters


Aaron Eckhart as
Adam / Frankenstein's Monster

Bestowed the name Adam, Frankenstein's creation wanders our world on a quest to prove his humanity. Adam is caught in the middle of the Gargoyle / Demon war, both sides of whom take a keen interest into this wandering creation.


Bill Nighy as
Wessex / Prince Naberius

Head of the powerful and renowned Wessex Institute, Charles Wessex has dedicated his life to the search for immortality. Upon learning of Adam’s existence, Wessex becomes obsessed with unraveling the Creature’s mysterious creation.


Yvonne Strahovski as Terra

Employed by the Wessex Institute for but one purpose -- to unlock the secret to immortality -- Terra views Adam as a miracle, and an abomination. She has little knowledge of the gruesome purpose toward which she is working.


Miranda Otto as Leonore

An ageless celestial being created for one purpose: To lead the Gargoyle Order to victory over the Demon Horde. Leonore’s faith in Adam is contentious amongst her followers, but ultimately proves their salvation.


Jai Courtney as Gideon

Sworn to defend humanity from the Demon menace, the Holy Gargoyles are creatures of pure good. They are fierce warriors, and while benevolent, many are distrustful of Adam’s intentions.


Socratis Otto as Zuriel

Cloaked in human guise, legions of demons roam amongst us; their sole mission to wipe out the Gargoyle order and claim dominion over Earth.


Mahesh Jadu as Ophir

and . . .Caitlin Stasey as Keziah

Immortal beings commanded into existence by the Archangel Michael, fighting demons is the Sacred Duty of the Gargoyles. They are allowed nothing else, despite what their hearts might desire.


Crew

Stuart Beattie - Screenwriter/Director

Kevin Grevioux
Screenwriter/Graphic Novel Creator

Tom Rosenberg - Producer

Gary Lucchesi - Producer

Richard Wright - Producer

Andrew Mason - Producer

Sidney Kimmel - Producer

Troy Lum - Executive Producer

David Kern - Executive Producer

Ross Emery - Director Of Photography

Michelle McGahey - Production Designer

Marcus D'arcy - Editor

Cappi Ireland - Costume Designer

Johnny Klimek - Composer



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200  years after  his shocking creation,  Dr. Frankenstein's  creature,  Adam, still
walks the earth. But when he finds himself in the middle of a war over the fate of
humanity, Adam discovers he holds the key that could destroy humankind.

From the co-writer of the hit supernatural saga, Underworld, comes the action
thriller I,  Frankenstein, written  for the  screen and  directed by Stuart Beattie,
screen story  by Kevin  Grevioux and  Stuart Beattie,  based on the Darkstorm
Studios graphic novel "I, Frankenstein" created by Kevin Grevioux.

Kevin Grevioux of Underworld sold the original screenplay to Lakeshore
Entertainment in 2010. It is based on his Darkstorm Studios graphic
novel of the same name. Lakeshore, an independent Los Angeles
production company which also produced the Underworld
films, brought  Stuart Beattie  on board to re-write and
direct in early 2011.


In November  2011, it was  confirmed that filming would
take place in Melbourne and that Australia's Hopscotch
Features would co-produce the film with Lakeshore.

Filming  began  on  February  27,  2012,  based  at
Docklands Studios Melbourne. Filming occurred in
Victoria, Australia over a period of ten weeks, with
multiple scenes being filmed at Ormond College. The
film created over 500 jobs for cast and crew.

It was announced on October 7, 2011 that Aaron
Eckhart would play the lead role. Eckhart
described his character thus: "Frankenstein is
an intelligent, evolved man, and that’s how he is
portrayed in this movie, for sure."

In November 2011, Yvonne Strahovski was cast as the female lead, a scientist working to reanimate the dead, while Miranda Otto was cast as the queen of the gargoyles. Bill Nighy plays the film's villain, whom he described as a "Nasty piece of work; one of the angels descended with Satan." Eckhart and Otto trained for three months with martial arts experts Ron Balicki and Diana Lee Inosanto in the Filipino martial art of Kali for their fight scenes.

The U.S. release was set for February 22, 2013, but five months before then it was moved to September 13, 2013. In February 2013 it was announced the film would be released in 3D. In April 2013 the release date was moved again to January 24, 2014. On September 17, 2013 it was announced the film would be digitally re-mastered and released in the IMAX format.



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