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Netflix’s ‘Castlevania’ Season Two Official Trailer Released

Mark your calendars for a pre-Halloween treat on October 26, as Netflix’s critically acclaimed animated series Castlevania returns for season two!

Netflix has just released the latest trailer which features plenty of carnage and some of the best voice talent on any show in recent years, including Richard Armitage as Trevor Belmont, Graham McTavish as Dracula, James Callis as Alucard, as well as Fred Tatasciore, Alejandra Reynos, and Emily Swallow.

The series, written by Warren Ellis (Planetary, Trees), is based on the Konami video game of the same name.  The original game was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1986 and many sequels followed, making it one of the more popular horror-related games of all time. read more

Season 2 of ‘Castlevania’ Coming in October

According to CNET, during the Netflix Anime panel at the Los Angeles Anime Expo, John Derderian the Director of Japan and Global Anime at Netflix made the announcement that the second of Castlevania will debut on October 26, 2018. The series follows Trevor Belmont (voiced by Richard Armitage) as he tries to save humanity from the deadly Dracula.

Raise hell. Season 2 is a bloody nightmare. Join our awakening October 26, only on Netflix. pic.twitter.com/gtXU0iP2VA

— Mr. Belmont (@Castlevania) July 6, 2018 read more

Graham McTavish and Richard Armitage Join Cast of Netflix’s ‘Castlevania’

What do The Hobbit and Castlevania have in common? Up until last week, nothing; but that’s all about to change! Adi Shankar, the producer of the upcoming Netflix animated series based on Konami’s popular Castlevania series, recently announced that two well-known Dwarves from Peter Jackson’s adaptation of The Hobbit have been cast as voice actors in key roles for the upcoming show!

Graham McTavish, who played Dwalin in The Hobbit and The Saint of Killers in Preacher, appeared in Shankar’s announcement video to reveal that he has been cast as Dracula in Castlevania. He also reported that his Hobbit co-star, Richard Armitage (The Hobbit’s Thorin Oakenshield and Hannibal‘s Francis Dolarhyde), will voice the legendary protagonist, Trevor Belmont. read more

Castlevania Teaser Trailer Debuts

The first trailer for the upcoming animated Castlevania series on Netflix has been released.

The series, which stars Fred Tatasciore, Alejandra Reynoso, and James Callis is set to debut on Netflix July 7th.  According to the streaming juggernaut Netflix, the series follows a warrior who fights to save Eastern Europe from the grips of an undead vampire menace.

Originally released by Konami for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1986, the Castlevania series became an instant hit spawning countless sequels on various game consoles. The series is centered on the Belmont family and their quest to destroy the evil Dracula. read more

Adi Shankar Reveals Poster for Castlevania

The first poster for the upcoming Netflix series Castlevania made its debut yesterday on series producer, Adi Shankar’s Facebook page.

The series is written by English author, Warren Ellis, the man behind “The Authority,” “Transmetropolitan,” “Red,” and “Global Frequency.” He has also worked on several series for Marvel Comics have including “Astonishing X-Men,” “Moon Knight,” “Thunderbolts,” and “Iron Man.”

Developed by Konami, the Castlevania video game follows the Belmont family as they do battle with the evil Dracula and his monstrous minions. The game first premiered in Japan for the Family Computer Disk game console in 1986. The game was released in North America for the Nintendo Entertainment System just a year later. read more

Netflix to Launch Animated Castlevania Original Series Written by Warren Ellis in 2017

Netflix announced via a press release today that it will launch an animated original series based on the popular Konami video game series, Castlevania. The gothic vampire hunter franchise has captivated gamers since its debut in 1986, and the series has evolved over the years in the form of numerous sophisticated story lines. No other information has been provided by Netflix at this time, other than the fact that Season One, Part One will air in 2017.

Adi Shankar, the show’s producer, took to Facebook with additional information on the project. As he put it, Season One will air in 2017 and Season Two will air in 2018. He further confirmed that Warren Ellis (the legendary writer of such graphic novels as PlanetaryRed, and Iron Man: Extremis) wrote both seasons of the new series. Shankar had this to say to those who have felt burned by previous attempts at video game adaptations: read more