BloodRayne's BACK -- and Played By a Different Actress!

by | November 7, 2006 | Comments

The good news is that Uwe Boll has signed on to direct a "BloodRayne" sequel that takes place in the wild west. The bad news is that hottie Kristanna Loken will not be returning to play Ms. Rayne. (Wait, what was the good news again?)

From ComingSoon.net: "Brightlight Pictures announced today that Natassia Malthe ("DOA: Dead or Alive," "Elektra") will star in Uwe Boll’s "BloodRayne 2." Released on DVD earlier this year through Visual Entertainment, "BloodRayne" marked the first time a theatrical release was packaged with the complete original PC game which inspired it.

In the "BloodRayne 2" movie, as in the game, only Rayne, born of the unnatural union of vampire and human, stands between an unsuspecting humanity and a horrifying vampire dawn. The screenplay is written by Christopher Donaldson and Neil Every."

Click here for the rest of the press release, but be warned: It lists a whole lot of Uwe Boll movies that are still on their way.

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