Uwe Boll Claims Bloodrayne 3 is Happening. What Did We Do Wrong?

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BloodrayneDid you, your friends and family, or anyone else on this God-forsaken planet really enjoy Uwe Boll’s adaptation of the strangely popular 2002 videogame “Bloodrayne?” More importantly, did anyone even watch the direct-to-video sequel? Regardless of the film’s popularity or profitability, the good doctor recently told the fine chaps at Dread Central that he’s currently prepping the third installment in the series, which should, according to the much-maligned director, contain “plenty of Nazi mayhem.” This is actually kind of disappointing news, as I was hoping “Big Motha Truckers” would be Boll’s next project. Way to crush my hopes and dreams, boyo. Much appreciated.

Uwe Boll’s “Bloodrayne 3″ proclamation, in his own words:

Bloodrayne 3.. Yep.. If going to the wild west wasn’t enough for you get ready for another dose. BUT at least this time they are finally doing what they should have done all along and take place during WWII with plenty of Nazi mayhem. The film is going to be titled Bloodrayne 3: Warhammer with Kristanna Loken back in the lead role. Shooting will begin this January.

Hey, at least Loken’s back in the saddle in the proverbial saddle once again. Assuming, of course, that you care enough for this to be considered good news. 2010 is shaping up to be the Year of the Boll. You read it here first.

Author: Todd Rigney

Todd was raised on a steady diet of Hollywood blockbusters, late-night Cinemax programming, and USA’s “Up All Night,” which may explain why his taste in movies is more than a little questionable. When he isn’t providing news and reviews for Beyond Hollywood, he can be found lounging lazily on his couch, perched in front of his television, or dwelling in places where direct sunlight can be easily avoided. He's happily married, in his 30's, and totally badass. If you'd like to reach Todd, you can follow him on Twitter or send him email/scoops to todd (at) beyondhollywood.com.
  • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool aka Jiinx

    “strangely popular 2002 videogame ‘Bloodrayne?'” Um why strangely popluar? Maybe you haven’t noticed America’s fascination with Vampires? Or Half naked kick-ass Heroines? Or bladed weapons? So why wouldn’t a game about a half naked, blade wielding, half-vampire, vampire killer NOT be popluar? Sheesh man I wonder sometimes. But Yeah Bloodrayne was horride and I haven’t made myself watch the sequel with Natasha Malthe yet, though she IS a reason to see if she has a nude scene like Loken did in the first. Better have one in this too or else. ALso Uwe, what happened to Far Cry? I was actually waiting to see how you messed that up.

    • http://www.thefilmfiend.com/ Todd

      I consider it “strangely popular” because, frankly, I thought it sucked. This may have more to do with personal taste than the overall quality of the game itself, but I simply couldn’t get into it.

      And if all goes accordingly, I’ll have a review up for “Far Cry” by the weekend.

      • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool aka Jiinx

        Wait “Far Cry” is in the can already? I didn’t even know he filmed it. The man is a machine, and a magician because as Nix stated this man should have no funding. Ah well. When is “Far Cry” coming out?

        • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool aka Jiinx

          Oh and yeah teh game was ok, the controls needed a bit of work but hey so did the controls on “Tomb Raider,” and we know how well that did. They’re just now getting it right. Maybe they can go back and make another “BloodRayne,” based on Uwe Boll’s films LOL. Kidding.

  • Dedpool

    “strangely popular 2002 videogame ‘Bloodrayne?'” Um why strangely popluar? Maybe you haven’t noticed America’s fascination with Vampires? Or Half naked kick-ass Heroines? Or bladed weapons? So why wouldn’t a game about a half naked, blade wielding, half-vampire, vampire killer NOT be popluar? Sheesh man I wonder sometimes. But Yeah Bloodrayne was horride and I haven’t made myself watch the sequel with Natasha Malthe yet, though she IS a reason to see if she has a nude scene like Loken did in the first. Better have one in this too or else. ALso Uwe, what happened to Far Cry? I was actually waiting to see how you messed that up.

    • http://www.thefilmfiend.com Todd

      I consider it “strangely popular” because, frankly, I thought it sucked. This may have more to do with personal taste than the overall quality of the game itself, but I simply couldn’t get into it.

      And if all goes accordingly, I’ll have a review up for “Far Cry” by the weekend.

      • Dedpool

        Wait “Far Cry” is in the can already? I didn’t even know he filmed it. The man is a machine, and a magician because as Nix stated this man should have no funding. Ah well. When is “Far Cry” coming out?

        • Dedpool

          Oh and yeah teh game was ok, the controls needed a bit of work but hey so did the controls on “Tomb Raider,” and we know how well that did. They’re just now getting it right. Maybe they can go back and make another “BloodRayne,” based on Uwe Boll’s films LOL. Kidding.

  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Nix

    Seriously, how does Uwe Boll keep making all these movies? I thought his funding had dried up when the Germans closed their film tax loophole?

    • http://www.thefilmfiend.com/ Todd

      That’s a truly puzzling question. The man cranks out movies like McDonald’s slings grease, and, despite the universal disdain his films seem to receive, continues to attract actors who should clearly know better than to work with the guy.

      Regardless, “Seed,” “Stoic,” and “Tunnel Rats” are on my agenda. I suppose I’m a glutton for punishment.

  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com Nix

    Seriously, how does Uwe Boll keep making all these movies? I thought his funding had dried up when the Germans closed their film tax loophole?

    • http://www.thefilmfiend.com Todd

      That’s a truly puzzling question. The man cranks out movies like McDonald’s slings grease, and, despite the universal disdain his films seem to receive, continues to attract actors who should clearly know better than to work with the guy.

      Regardless, “Seed,” “Stoic,” and “Tunnel Rats” are on my agenda. I suppose I’m a glutton for punishment.