It all began back in April of 2011 when Kevin Grevioux’s graphic novel I, Frankenstein was first snatched up for a feature film adaptation, and now, nearly five years later, Frankenstein’s monster is finally returning to the big screen.
Writer-director Stuart Beattie took Grevioux’s source material and turned it into an epic battle between demons and gargoyles with a quest for companionship and humanity at the core. Shortly after his creation, Frankenstein’s monster, Adam (Aaron Eckhart), takes off to live his life in isolation. However, when Prince Naberius’ determination to reanimate a corpse of his own puts the world at risk, Adam must return to find his place in society and to ensure his creator’s discovery never lands in Naberius’ hands.
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