2013
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First images from Another Me

Images from “Another Me” have surfaced on an Italian movie site. Included are two images of Jonathan from the film which have been added to the Gallery. “Another Me” premieres at the Rome Film Festival on November 15.

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Dracula sneak preview and new images

NBC has posted a new sneak preview of the next episode of “Dracula”: Added 44 various promotional and episode stills from “Dracula” to the Gallery. Enjoy!

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What did you think of Dracula?

The reviews are pouring in for “Dracula”. While there are some critics who weren’t sold on the series, many reviews have been very positive. Here’s a quick round up of some of the best: Review: NBC’s ‘Dracula’ is sumptuous, sexy and, yes, bloody fun Tuned In: ‘Dracula’ rises again in new prime-time series ‘Dracula’ review: daring homage to Victorian drama Jonathan Rhys Meyers injects fresh blood into ‘Dracula’ TV Review: NBC’s ‘Dracula’ Doesn’t Suck If you haven’t seen it yet or can’t wait to re-watch the “Dracula” premiere, head...

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Dracula behind the scenes extras and more

NBC is doing a wonderful job with promotion of “Dracula” and is now releasing all kinds of extras after the premiere last night. Be sure to check out the content and support the show out on Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Instagram. Here’s a highlight scene from the first episode: A behind-the-scenes look at the series premiere: Preview of what’s to come this season: You can also watch the entire episode online on NBC.com right now. A new edition of the classic novel has also been released that features Jonathan on the cover. You...

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Dracula premieres on NBC with solid ratings!

“Dracula” premiered in the U.S.last night and won it’s Friday night time slot. It also posted the best numbers for NBC in that time slot since last January. From Hollywood Reporter: NBC unveiled its new Friday block last night with the return of Grimm and the launch of Dracula at 10 p.m. Fast National returns give the freshman series a 1.8 rating with adults 18-49 and 5.3 million viewers. The network’s first scripted push into the hour in some time, it won the hour in the demo and held 100 percent of its...

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Dracula

Tuned In: ‘Dracula’ rises again in new prime-time series By Rob Owen Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 24, 2013 It’s from the same production company as “Downton Abbey,” but make no mistake: NBC’s “Dracula” is no “Downton Dracula.” While the settings are somewhat similar — “Dracula” is set in London in the late 19th century; “Downton Abbey” is set a couple of decades later; both shows share a producer in Gareth Neame — there’s enough bodice ripping and jugular tearing in “Dracula” to give “Downton’s” Dowager Duchess the vapors. Directed by...

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Dracula

Jonathan Rhys Meyers injects fresh blood into ‘Dracula’ By Robert Rorke NY Post, October 24, 2013 It takes some kind of moxie to step into a role previously played by Gary Oldman, Christopher Lee and, of all people, Leslie Nielsen — but Jonathan Rhys Meyers seems perfectly cast as the smallscreen Dracula in NBC’s new series. The intense Irish actor, who made a sensational series debut on “The Tudors,” plays old Vlad the Impaler with an unsmiling, slow-burning vengeance. This Dracula has an axe to grind — or maybe...

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Irish Times

Jonathan Rhys Meyers: ‘Imagine what it takes to suck the entire blood system out of somebody’ The Cork actor prepared for the role of Dracula in full-blooded fashion: by staring at strangers in Budapest ‘until they wanted to call the police, thinking I was a lunatic’ By Patrick Freyne Irish Times, October 24, 2013 I am sitting in a crypt with Jonathan Rhys Meyers, star of The Tudors, Mission Impossible 3 and the most recent incarnation of Dracula. In an adjoining chamber there is a cabinet containing a mummified cat and mouse discovered in...

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Dracula

‘Dracula’ review: daring homage to Victorian drama David Wiegand San Francisco Chronicle, October 22, 2013 There’s something daring about the new NBC limited series “Dracula,” although at first, it will seem deceptively old-fashioned. The British-American co-production, premiering Friday, stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers (“The Tudors”) as Vlad Tepes, otherwise known as Vlad the Impaler. He’s been re-awakened with a heaping helping of fresh human blood by Abraham Van Helsing (Thomas Kretschmann, “The Pianist”) and has barged his way into proper Victorian London society, posing as an American tycoon. Although Van...

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NY Post

Jonathan Rhys Meyers takes a bite out of classic ‘Dracula’ role By Robert Rorke NY Post, October 19, 2013 With all the supernatural creatures populating the fall TV landscape, it was just a matter of time before Dracula made his entrance. The granddaddy of vampires is back and inhabited by the compact frame and penetrating blue eyes of Irish actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers. With his talent for playing playing monsters — Henry VIII on “The Tudors” comes to mind — Rhys Meyers says he’s more than willing to follow...

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