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I, Frankenstein is a 2014 science fantasy action film written and directed by Stuart Beattie, based on the digital-only graphic novel by Kevin Grevioux. An international co-production between the United States and Australia, the film was produced by Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi, Richard Wright, Andrew Mason and Sidney Kimmel. It stars Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Yvonne Strahovski, Miranda Otto and Jai Courtney. The film brings the story of Adam, Frankenstein’s monster, going on a dangerous journey and determined to stop evil demons and their ruthless leader from taking over the world.
The film was released on January 24, 2014, in the United States and on March 20, 2014 in Australia. The film received generally negative reception and grossed $76 million worldwide against production budget of $65 million
Aaron Eckhart as Adam Frankenstein, a superhuman creature created by Dr. Frankenstein
Bill Nighy as Naberius, a demon prince who poses as Charles Wessex, head of the scientific Wessex Institute
Yvonne Strahovski as Dr. Terra Wade, a world-renowned electrophysiologist employed by Naberius to research reanimation of dead matter
Miranda Otto as Queen Leonore, the gargoyle queen
Jai Courtney as Gideon, leader of the gargoyle army
Socratis Otto as Zuriel, Naberius’ most formidable warrior
Kevin Grevioux as Dekar, a high-ranking demon who serves as the head of security at the Wessex Institute
Goran D. Kleut as Rekem, a demon serving under Naberius who tries to capture Adam
Steve Mouzakis as Helek, a demon serving under Naberius
Mahesh Jadu as Ophir, a gargoyle
Caitlin Stasey as Keziah, a gargoyle
Chris Pang as Levi, a gargoyle
Deniz Akdeniz as Barachel, a gargoyle
Nicholas Bell as Dr. Carl Avery, a scientist working with Dr. Wade
Bruce Spence as Molokai, the demonic doctor overseeing the corpses
Aden Young as Dr. Victor Frankenstein, a scientist and Adam’s creator
On Rotten Tomatoes, it has a 5% approval rating based on 104 reviews, with an average rating of 3.24/10. The site’s general consensus is: “Loud, incoherent, and dramatically listless, I, Frankenstein is a remarkably dull fantasy adventure that fails to generate much excitement or interest in its characters.” On Metacritic, the film holds a score of 30 out of 100, based on reviews from 20 critics, indicating “generally unfavorable reviews”. Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film a grade B on scale of A to F.
Mike McCahill of The Guardian gave the film 2 stars and Total Film also gave it 2 stars. Among the film’s five positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes was Ben Sachs, who said of the film “The novel premise quickly gives way to lots of chaotic action, though there are numerous incidental pleasures throughout.”
In the United States and Canada, the film was released in a total of 2,763 theaters of which 3D and IMAX comprised 95% of the total theaters. It earned $8.6 million in its opening weekend, which was below expectations. About 65% of the grosses came from 3D showings. It had a successful opening in Russia with $6.3 million from 1,846 screens. At the end of its theatrical run, the film grossed a total of $19 million in North America and $57 million elsewhere, for a worldwide total of $76.8 million surpassing its $65 million budget.
Potential sequels and Underworld crossover
Much doubt has been cast over a sequel due to the film’s lackluster box office performance, though Kevin Grevioux, creator of the graphic novel and the Underworld film series, had earlier expressed interest in making more I, Frankenstein films along with an Underworld crossover film. He stated in a pre-release interview that, in an early draft of his screenplay, Kate Beckinsale would have made a post-credits cameo appearance as Selene and that there would have been Underworld Easter eggs, but none of this was used.
The North American release was originally set for February 22, 2013, and later moved to September 13, 2013. In April 2013 the release date was pushed back again, and saw its world premiere in Buenos Aires on January 20, 2014, after which it was released in 23 countries between January 22 and January 24. It was released in a further nine countries between January 29 and January 31. In February 2013, it was announced the film would be released in 3D. On September 17, 2013, it was announced that the film would be digitally re-mastered and released in the IMAX format.