‘I, Frankenstein’ Scores A Writer-Director To Prove How Not-Like ‘Blade’ It Really Is

Monday, March 28 by

“Another day, another announcement of a film adaptation of a bastardized literary character set in modern times protecting humans from various supernatural monsters.”

That’s way too specific to be a commonly-used adage, but it seems like an appropriate lede for this story.

I, Frankenstein, a film adaptation of a graphic novel produced by Lakeshore Entertainment, has found its writer-director in Stuart Beattie. Beattie has recently penned G.I. Joe: The Rise of CobraAustralia and 30 Days of Night.

It would seem that I, Frankenstein can best be pitched as “Blade, but, you know…if he was a Frankenstein.” Which sounds uninspired, but not altogether bad, as I have always fancied the gentle giant as something of a protector ever since I saw Monster Squad in 1987. Though I’m not at all familiar with the source material here, two things are certain: This Frankenstein will dress better than the original, and he will be surly as hell. (THR)

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  1. March 28, 2011 3:53 pm

    Anonymous

    there should be a frankenstein buddy cop movie