B-Roll – Comic-Con – Patrick Tatopoulos walking out on stage and saying hello to the crowd
B-Roll – Comic-Con – Rhona Mitra walking out on stage, Bill Nighy walking out on stage, Kevin Grevioux walking out on stage,
Sound Bite: Rhona Mitra
Well this is the prequel so at this stage Selene doesn’t actually exist. (talks) So I’m the daughter of Victor who’s played by Bill and it is really fundamentally a love story, a little bit Romeo and Juliet-esque between Michael Sheen and myself and um a treacherous one I suppose between the empire and my father.
Sound Bite: Bill Nighy
Yes I’ve been fortunate I came from I’m a vampire, I’m a zombie, and I’m a squid. How many people do you know can make that claim? No I’m proud and pleased I’m particularly pleased to be in the Underworld series. I was very proud to be in the first one we made a relatively in terms of financial investment a relatively small vampire movie about six years ago and with some true believers, real enthusiasts and they were good and decent and honest men who believed in the vampire thing as a genre and it went straight into number one in America and look at us now.
In: 01.01.47 Out: 01.02.28
B-Roll – Comic-Con – wide shot of the panel
Description: Comic-Con Underworld Panel
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