Tom Cruise will star and producer of "Van Helsing"

http://www.abc.es/Media/201205/02/tom-cruise-van-helsing--644x362.jpgTom Cruise re-extracted from the trunk of memories, his vampire teeth, not for him just to dive into the new adaptation of "Van Helsing". So much so that not only is the protagonist of the story but also become the producer of it.

It has been almost 20 years since a young Tom Cruise had an interview with a vampire from the hand of Irish director Neil Jordan accompanied by Brad Pitt and Antonio Banderas.

This time, Cruise, put the opposing side and will become the sworn enemy of Count Dracula in Bram Stoker's novel. The boy liked the character who has decided to go further on both sides of the camera as producer and lead actor of the same.

This new version is a remake of "Van Helsing" which premiered in 2004 with aim to get to start a new supernatural action series centered on the character of Bram Stoker's novel and starring Australian actor Hugh Jackman. But the reviews were negative enough to shoot the film below. This time, Universal Pictures made ​​all the meat on the spit and playing a single card, that of Tom Cruise.

According to the online edition of Variety the writers of the film will be the Mexican Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman partner who have worked with Cruise to write the script for "Mission Impossible III" for what is already known well enough to make a big screen success.

At first, the film produced by Universal Pictures, Tom Cruise and K / O Paper Products, the producer of the writers of the film, it would be directed by Guillermo del Toro but finally decided to abandon the project so that even are looking for a director who takes over the tape. With Tom Cruise as producer does not believe it takes long to find one.

So Tom Cruise is going to be a busy time in production and in the film "Van Helsing". But those that are really busy, and for some time, will be Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman and in addition com reboot producers of "The Mummy" who are also in the minds of Universal. Orci and Kurtzman will work closely with Jon Spaiths, screenwriter of "Prometheus", to develop the argument for the resurrection of this film that will not count this time with actor Brendan Fraser. If you also add the development of the script of the sequel to "The Amazing Spider-Man", the two writer-producers will have little free time to think about other things.

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