The movie that put Kate Beckinsale on the map is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Despite the rumour sweeping the internet, it’s been confirmed that actor Michael Sheen will not be giving up acting to pursue political activism.
Selene has evolved in a new ‘Underworld: Blood Wars’ trailer. It’s here - the final trailer for ‘Underworld: Blood Wars’ has just debuted online, and it looks pretty awesome. Starring Kate Beckinsale as the legendary death dealer, ‘Blood Wars’ takes the ‘Underworld’ saga in a whole new direction.
Sorry ‘Blade’ fans - the vampire hunter won’t be back after all. It’s no secret that Kate Beckinsale thinks there’s grand plans for Blade - Marvel’s iconic vampire hunter. Asked whether or not ‘Underworld’ and ‘Blade’ could crossover, she explained that the filmmakers approached Marvel with the idea… but they already had plans for the character.
The new trailer for ‘Underworld: Blood Wars’ hints at a grand finale to the conflict that has now been raging for five films over thirteen years. Directed by first-timer Anna Foerster and written by Cory Goodman, ‘Underworld: Blood Wars’ sees Kate Beckinsale return as vampire warrior Selene for the fourth time (she sat out 2009 prequel ‘Underworld: Rise of the Lycans’).
Hot on the heels of the new trailer, it looks as though ‘Underworld: Blood Wars’ has given us an even better glimpse of Kate Beckinsale’s new look in this cool, new poster. Kate Beckinsale once again returns as Selene - the vampy Death Dealer who (once again) finds herself doggedly pursued by both Vampires and Werewolves as the Lycans discover that her blood could make them invincible.
Kate Beckinsale is back in black… in ‘Underworld: Blood Wars’. A new trailer has appeared online for the upcoming ‘Underworld’ sequel. Starring Kate Beckinsale in the iconic role of Selene, it looks as though she’s back with a vengeance… as well as a bit of blonde in her hair.
Fans of the ‘Underworld’ series, anxious to see Kate Beckinsale back in the PVC catsuit as vampire warrior Selene, are going to have to wait a little longer.
These days Kate Beckinsale is probably better known for werewolf-whooping in the Underworld series than tea-sipping in costume dramas. But her roots are firmly planted in the latter. The 42-year-old London native made her movie debut in the 1993 Shakespeare adaptation Much Ado About Nothing while on summer break from Oxford before headlining fanciful fare like Cold Comfort Farm (1995) and Emma (1996).
You might not have realised it, but there have actually been four ‘Underworld’ films. Lakeshore Entertainment and Screen Gems confirmed the official title for the fifth ‘Underworld’ film, which will once again be led by Kate Beckinsale as Selene, while Theo James, Tobias Menzies, and Charles Dance will also feature.
Len Wiseman, creator of the vampires-versus-werewolves franchise ‘Underworld,’ has spoken of plans to continue the series on television. The idea of a small screen spin-off has long been touted, and in conversation with Collider Wiseman says hopes are high this will still happen.