Feb 7, 2014
Susan Granger's review of 'I, Frankenstein'
Since it was published in 1818, Mary Shelley 's classic literary creation has had many screen incarnations but few as ridiculous as Stuart Beattie 's convoluted concept of using him as an invaluable pawn in the perennial battle between good and evil, represented by gargoyles and demons.
Miranda Otto is Australia's latest great export to Hollywood
Miranda Otto is a featured actress in the science fiction/fantasy movie, "I Frankenstein" and the television series "Rake" and despite her admittance that she is fearful of becoming a major star similar to her counterpart Nicole her quality performances have been so impressive that she is on the verge of breaking out of the supporting actress ... (more)
The Star Online
Miranda Otto's monstrous moment
MIRANDA Otto's not just having a good week it's a great week. The Australian actress stars in the new film I, Frankenstein and has a role in a the new Fox TV series Rake .
Seattle Gay News
Glossy Frankenstein an uninspired underworld clone
Tired of being hunted, he decides to take the fight to those who stalk him, hoping to find the mysterious demon Naberius and discover once and for all why he's so important to him.
Aaron Eckhart Works Out Shirtless at the Beach, Accidentally Flashes His Butt Crack
But Aaron Eckhart , star of the upcoming movie I, Frankenstein , did just that! The hunky 45-year-old actor hit the beach shirtless in Santa Monica, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 30, and somewhere in between bicep curls and deep lunges, his black swim trunks slid a little too far south, revealing part of his butt crack! Eckhart did a lot of physical ... (more)