Watch the final trailer for Nicolas Cage Dracula movie Renfield

Get another hilarious look at Nic Cage’s Dracula in upcoming horror-comedy Renfield.

Watch the final trailer for Nicolas Cage Dracula movie Renfield
Emily Carter

With three weeks to go until horror-comedy Renfield hits cinemas, the final trailer has been released.

And it continues to look absolutely awesome, with Nicolas Cage playing Dracula and Nicholas Hoult starring as titular loyal servant Renfield.

‘Renfield is forced to procure his master’s prey and do his every bidding, no matter how debased,’ explains the synopsis. ‘But now, after centuries of servitude, Renfield is ready to see if there’s a life outside the shadow of The Prince of Darkness. If only he can figure out how to end his codependency.’

This latest trailer is soundtracked by Radiohead classic Creep, and also shows the likes of Awkwafina and Ben Schwartz in their roles, too.

Check it out below:

In a new interview with JoBlo, Nic Cage said of why he thinks people have always been so interested in Dracula: “I think it might have something to do with expressing the human condition. You can supplant one addiction for another addiction alcohol or heroin or sex with an addiction to drink blood. I think Dracula is a story of an entity who has that addiction. But how did he get there? I’ve often thought of the romantic element of Dracula’s character that is love and exile, a character that is unrequited love. And ultimately the condition turns bad as a result of the vulnerability of unrequited love. That’s my own theory as to the fascination with the Dracula character and the vampire character.

“I don’t think it really comes up in the movie,” he adds. “In the movie, I’m very much supporting Nicholas Hoult, and it’s actually quite comical, the relationship there. It’s really an examination of the Renfield character in a comedy format, which Nick plays so well. He’s so charming and witty, and I think it’s a really fresh take on a Renfield character. So I got to play off of that.”

Renfield is released on April 14.

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