Aaron Eckhart stars as Frankenstein’s monster in writer-director Stuart Beattie’s surprisingly fun, if not exactly good, action epic.
The writer/director talks with Spinoff Online about the film's difficult nine-week shoot, and choosing demons and gargoyles over vampires.
Director Stuart Beattie, star Yvonne Strahovski and creator Kevin Grevioux talk about why now is the time to bring Mary Shelley's monster back to the big screen in the action-horror film, I, Frankenstein.
In anticipation of the first trailer, which debuts Friday, Lionsgate has released a new image of Aaron Eckhart as Adam in the fantasy/horror adaptation of I, Frankenstein.
Lionsgate has provided Spinoff Online with an exclusive poster spotlighting the Demons of Naberius from I, Frankenstein, the upcoming action thriller starring Aaron Eckhart as Victor Frankenstein's creation, who's caught in a battle between good and evil.
Aaron Eckhart looks ripped and sewn together in the first official image from Stuart Beattie's adaptation of Underworld creator Kevin Grevioux's I, Frankenstein.
Lionsgate has changed the release of the Stuart Beattie adaptation of Kevin Grevioux's I, Frankenstein graphic novel from Sept. 13, 2013, to Jan. 24, 2014.
After five years, New Line Cinema reportedly has put the planned Gears of War adaptation into turnaround so it can better focus on director Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy.
Stuart Beattie isn't just the man who penned the immortal line "Deploy the sharks!" for GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra; he's also the writer and director of Tomorrow, When The War Began, an Australian movie based on a series of young adult novels about teens forced into war to save their hometown. And it's a massive hit.