Underworld: Awakening

Having escaped years of imprisonment, vampire warrioress Selene finds herself in a changed world where humans have discovered the existence of both Vampire and Lycan clans and are conducting an all-out war to eradicate both immortal species. Now Selene must battle the humans and a frightening new breed of super Lycans to ensure the death dealers’ survival.
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Film Cast:

  • Selene: Kate Beckinsale
  • Dr. Jacob Lane: Stephen Rea
  • Detective Sebastian: Michael Ealy
  • David: Theo James
  • Eve: India Eisley
  • Thomas: Charles Dance
  • Lida: Sandrine Holt
  • BBC Announcer (uncredited): Sanny van Heteren
  • Kolb (Officer): Jacob Blair
  • Waterfront Cop: Robert Lawrenson
  • Leader of the Troop: Kurt Max Runte
  • Lestroy: Marvin Duerkholz
  • Jack Fletcher: Ron Wear
  • Lycan 1: Richard Cetrone
  • Lycan 2: Dan Payne
  • Announcing Guard: Mark Gibbon
  • Surgical Nurse: Benita Ha
  • Scientist: Tyler McClendon
  • Old City Cop #1: Panou
  • Old City Cop #2: Ian Rozylo
  • Quint Lane: Kristen Holden-Ried
  • Medical Supervisor: John Innes
  • Desk Guard: Lee Majdoub
  • Olivia: Catlin Adams
  • Med Tech: Adam Greydon Reid
  • Security Guard #1: Christian Tessier
  • Antigen Scientist (uncredited): Wes Bentley
  • Michael (archive footage) (uncredited): Scott Speedman
  • Cadillac Driver (uncredited): Joe Censoplano
  • Antigen Surgeon (uncredited): Preston Cook

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Tom Rosenberg
  • Original Music Composer: Paul Haslinger
  • Story: Len Wiseman
  • Characters: Kevin Grevioux
  • Producer: Gary Lucchesi
  • Producer: Richard S. Wright
  • Executive Producer: Skip Williamson
  • Executive Producer: Henry Winterstern
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: James McQuaide
  • Casting: Deborah Aquila
  • Costume Design: Monique Prudhomme
  • Executive Producer: David Coatsworth
  • Production Design: Claude Paré
  • Director of Photography: Scott Kevan
  • Screenplay: J. Michael Straczynski
  • Executive Producer: Eric Reid
  • Screenplay: Allison Burnett
  • Stunts: Kimberly Chiang
  • Stunts: Duane Dickinson
  • Stunts: Krista Bell
  • Set Decoration: Shane Vieau
  • Makeup Department Head: Rosalina Da Silva
  • Director: Måns Mårlind
  • Director: Björn Stein
  • Story: John Hlavin
  • Stunt Coordinator: Brad Martin
  • Art Direction: Gary Myers
  • Editor: Jeff McEvoy
  • Casting: Tricia Wood
  • Post Production Supervisor: Lis Kern
  • Stunt Double: Alicia Vela-Bailey
  • Executive Producer: David Kern
  • Characters: Danny McBride
  • Stunts: Janene Carleton
  • Art Direction: Martina Javorova
  • Script Supervisor: Christine Wilson
  • Makeup Effects: Nicholas Podbrey
  • Visual Effects Editor: Earl A. Hibbert
  • Animation: Seung Hoo Ihm
  • Stunts: Rochelle Okoye
  • First Assistant Camera: Stewart Whelan
  • Stunt Double: Atlin Mitchell
  • Stunts: Sabine Varnes
  • Stunts: Alicia Turner
  • Senior Animator: Frédéric Côté
  • Stunts: Katherine Fraser

Movie Reviews:

  • Andres Gomez: Repetitive script for a very badly done mass up of FX. In addition, the cut of the movie is not properly done with scenes that seems to be unrelated one after another.

    They should have left it after the first, good movie.

  • John Chard: I dreamt of the day we would meet. Like a silly little girl. You’re as cold as one already dead.

    Popcorn bonanza as the Underworld series passes by in a whirl of effects driven action. Kate Beckinsale returns as super sexy – latex wearing – vampire Selene, after having skipped the third movie, here added into the mix is that Selene is searching for her hybrid daughter, while the pesky humans are intent on wiping out all vampires and lycans.

    Cue carnage. The story is very slight, the script equally so, where pretty much all roads lead to another action scene. So Selene leaps about a lot amongst blood, brains and beasties, the later of which fronted by a new giganticus hulkus werewolf. No actor in the film is asked to stretch their acting chops, but for fans of the series and action junkies in general, this is undeniably a good fun movie. 6/10

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