A contemporary update of Dracula hasn't exactly been the ratings hit that NBC hoped for when it first gambled on Jonathan Rhys Meyers staying sober, but the network is already raiding its Universal parents’ video library for another classic monster it can give a sexy, primetime spin. Show More Summary
The long-troubled star finds incentive to stay sober
Post by Rebecca Stokes. You probably aren't watching NBC's Dracula. But you absolutely should be. It's not your fault. You probably didn't even know it was on the air. That's because NBC has done almost nothing to promote it. I mean,...Show More Summary
So you want to attract a Victorian vampire, eh? Maybe you've fallen under the spell of Jonathan Rhys Meyers on NBC's Dracula -- or maybe you're an experienced time traveler with a taste for edgy romance. Either way, no judgments. Vampires...Show More Summary
Even though Vlad (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) is Dracula's true hero, we can't help but root for Lady Jayne (Victoria Smurfit) a bit. In this exclusive sneak peek from Friday's episode, the badass blonde takes on two vampire on a moving train -- in full Victorian get-up and heels, no less. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Jonathan Rhys Meyers Victoria Smurfit Dracula
There's a new story out of The Hollywood Reporter that says "Dracula" star Jonathan Rhys Meyers had a substantial part of his salary held back until he had completed filming due to concerns about his substance abuse problems.
Dealing with addiction sucks, even if you're Dracula! That's why NBC apparently created a payment plan for Jonathan Rhys Meyers, who has struggled with alcohol dependency, that would motivate him to finish filming all 10 episodes of Dracula this summer in Budapest! According to sources, NBC withheld a sizable portion of Jonathan's salary, an estimated $100,000 for [...]
From Rickey.org Seems NBC was so worried about their Dracula star Jonathan Rhys Meyers' problems with addiction that they delayed a substantial portion of his payment until he finished filming all 10 episodes of their new show. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
From Rickey.org NBC's Dracula returns! Jonathan Rhys Meyers stars as the titular bloodsucker. Here's our recap of episode 2, "A Whiff of Sulfur"! The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
NBC gets into a horror state of mind with a new twist on 'Dracula,' starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers. The post ‘Dracula’ Series Premiere Review appeared first on Screen Rant.
With the premiere of NBC's "Dracula" on Friday (Oct. 25), it is safe to say that the well of vampire lore that has so fascinated pop culture for the last few years has finally run dry.
Just in time for Halloween, NBC is premiering Dracula, its new historical drama starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers of The Tudors as the vampire count who likes the taste of blood, long walks in the darkness and the ladies. Between Twilight and True Blood some might say there has been vampire overload in popular culture this past decade. Show More Summary
"Of course," Jonathan Rhys Meyers of "Dracula" says, "there's sex involved. Vampires are associated with such things. But the one thing I didn't want is this quite pretty-looking vampire."
Jonathan Rhys Meyers was unhappy with his role in The Tudors?? That's quite a confession to make! The seski Dracula star spoke about his experiences making TV shows, specifically The Tudors! Jonny reveals of the Showtime series: "I didn't want it to be four seasons. I was slightly horrified. By season three or four, I wasn't happy doing [...]
This Friday, October 25th, we'll finally get to see NBC's take on the iconic character of Dracula in their upcoming series. In anticipation of its premiere NBC has released a new featurette that gives us a look at Jonathan Rhys Meyers' Dracula as he discusses the titular character. Show More Summary
Here’s a new video featurette for NBC’s upcoming “Dracula”, featuring Jonathan Rhys Meyers speaking about his tole as the titular character. “The series, which bypassed the traditional pilot stage, takes place in the 1890s and finds Dracula (“The Tudors’” Jonathan Rhys Meyers) living a double... Read More
NBC’s upcoming “Dracula”, starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as the titular character, premieres this Friday, October 25th. The series “finds Dracula living a double life in London as an American businessman interested in bringing modern science to Victorian society. But his true plan — to exact... Read More
The Tudors star Jonathan Rhys Meyers said he was “slightly horrified” that the Showtime series ran as long as it did. Meyers played King Henry VIII in the historical drama and told Radio Times that he started to feel burned out in the later seasons. Show More Summary
Dracula star Jonathan Rhys Meyers thinks he looks like a villain. The star of NBC’s new blood-sucking series recently sat down to discuss the role with the folks at The New York Post. During the conversation, Jonathan Rhys Meyers said he plays the bad guy because he looks like one. Show More Summary
As the TV season gets into full swing, check out our new weekly guide to make sure you're catching the big premieres, crucial episodes and the stuff you won't admit you watch when no one's looking. — Jonathan Rhys Meyers...