Luke Evans on a Dracula Untold sequel: "I know the studio are talking about it"
Luke Evans has spoken about the chances of a sequel to last year's blockbuster Dracula Untold, saying that nothing has been confirmed yet, but discussions are underway.
Speaking to hmv.com about the chances of reprising his role, Evans said of a potential sequel: "I know the studio are talking about it. It’s more of a watch this space thing. If I was asked to play Dracula in a sequel, or a different version of the story, I’d be very happy to."
Then asked about reports that Dracula Untold would be written into a wider universe of monster movies, all owned by Universal, including the Wolf Man, the Mummy and Frankenstein, Evans said he was aware of discussions and was excited by the idea.
He said: “It’s been talked about. I was aware of it while shooting and we’ve had conversations about it since. It’s in the early stages, but it’s an exciting prospect for Universal, they own all these incredible monsters so it could be a very exciting. It’s a huge idea, but let’s see, I’m glad to be part of it and I’m glad that Dracula is alive and kicking.”
To read the rest of the interview with Luke Evans, check hmv.com on Saturday (February 7th).