Castlevania Season 4 – TV Series

About Castlevania Season 4 – TV Series



Castlevania Season 4 TV Series DetailsĀ 

CastlevaniaĀ is an AmericanĀ adult animatedĀ dark fantasyĀ actionĀ horrorĀ television series created and written byĀ Warren EllisĀ forĀ Netflix, and is produced byĀ Frederator Studios’ Kevin Kolde andĀ Fred Seibert. Based on the JapaneseĀ video game series of the same nameĀ byĀ Konami, the first two seasons adapt the 1989 entryĀ Castlevania III: Dracula’s CurseĀ and followĀ Trevor Belmont,Ā AlucardĀ andĀ Sypha BelnadesĀ as they defend the nation ofĀ WallachiaĀ fromĀ DraculaĀ and his minions. Additionally, characters and elements from the 2005 entryĀ Castlevania: Curse of DarknessĀ are featured beginning in the second season, and Alucard’s backstory is drawn fromĀ Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. The art style is heavily influenced byĀ Japanese animationĀ andĀ Ayami Kojima’s artwork.

CastlevaniaĀ was originally planned as a film, developed by producer Kevin Kolde and his company Project 51. He joinedĀ Frederator StudiosĀ in 2005, and founderĀ Fred SeibertĀ agreed to produce the project there. They contracted a script with writer Warren Ellis in 2007. The project enteredĀ development hellĀ until about 2015, and it was picked up by streaming service Netflix.Ā Powerhouse Animation StudiosĀ joined the team and production commenced. The production team includes staff members who worked in the JapaneseĀ animeĀ industry.

The series premiered on Netflix on July 7, 2017, and was renewed for an expanded second season of eight episodes on the same day; the second season premiered on October 26, 2018. A ten-episode third season was greenlit by Netflix and released on March 5, 2020. The series ended with the release of its fourth season on May 13, 2021. The series received critical acclaim, with its visuals, animation, voice acting, action sequences, characterization, themes and writing receiving much praise, although the pacing, particularly of the third and fourth seasons, garnered a polarized response.

A follow-up series in theĀ CastlevaniaĀ setting,Ā Castlevania: Nocturne,Ā is in the works at Netflix which will focus onĀ Richter Belmont, a descendant of Trevor and Sypha, andĀ Maria RenardĀ during theĀ French Revolution.



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Castlevania Season 4 - TV Series Free Download šŸ“„ - Gamingwap
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STORY



CAST

  • Graham McTavishĀ asĀ Vlad Dracula Țepeș, a vampire who swears vengeance on humanity for the murder of his wife Lisa, summoning an army of monsters to kill all the people of Wallachia (seasons 1ā€“2, 4; no lines in season 3)
  • Emily SwallowĀ as Lisa Țepeș, Dracula’s beloved wife who is burned at the stake inĀ TĆ¢rgovișteĀ after being falsely accused of witchcraft (seasons 1ā€“2, 4; no lines in season 3)
  • Theo JamesĀ as Hector, a devil forgemaster called upon to serve Dracula in his war against humanity. (seasons 2ā€“4)
  • Adetokumboh M’CormackĀ as Isaac, a rivalrous devil forgemaster and fierce loyalist of Dracula who helps to lead his army. (seasons 2ā€“4)
  • Jaime MurrayĀ as Carmilla, a scheming vampire mistress and member of Dracula’s war council who seeks to usurp him, leader of the Council of Sisters.[4]Ā (seasons 2ā€“4)
  • Jessica Brown FindlayĀ as Lenore, the diplomat member of the Council of Sisters. (seasons 3ā€“4)
  • Rila FukushimaĀ as Sumi, a vampire hunter fromĀ JapanĀ using a sword. (season 3; corpse in season 4)
  • Jason IsaacsĀ as The Judge, the town leader of Lindenfeld who wishes to keep peace and order in town, at all costs. (season 3)
  • Yasmine Al MassriĀ as Morana, the strategist member of the Council of Sisters. (seasons 3ā€“4)
  • Ivana MiličevićĀ as Striga, the military member of the Council of Sisters. (seasons 3ā€“4)
  • Navid NegahbanĀ as Sala, the leader of the monks of Lindenfeld. (season 3)
  • Bill NighyĀ as Saint Germain, a strange man researching a realm known as the Infinite Corridor. (seasons 3ā€“4)
  • Toru Uchikado as Taka, a vampire hunter from Japan using a bow. (season 3; corpse in season 4)
  • Gildart JacksonĀ as FlysEyes, a demon created by Isaac. (seasons 3ā€“4)
  • Malcolm McDowellĀ asĀ Varney, an egotistical vampire fromĀ LondonĀ and former agent from Dracula’s Army who seeks to resurrect his master. (season 4)
  • Toks OlagundoyeĀ as Zamfir, the head guard of Targoviste’s Underground Court, fighting against night creatures. (season 4)
  • Marsha ThomasonĀ asĀ Greta of Danesti, a swordswoman of Carthaginian descent and the head woman of Danesti, fighting against night creatures. (season 4)
  • Titus WelliverĀ as Ratko, a brutalĀ SlavicĀ vampire warrior assisting Varney. (season 4)
  • Christine AdamsĀ as The Alchemist, a powerful mage who resides in the Infinite Corridor and controls it. (season 4)
  • Matthew Waterson as Dragan, a vampire warrior who seeks to resurrect Dracula. (season 4)


PRODUCTION

In March 2007,Ā Frederator StudiosĀ acquired the rights to produce an animated film adaptation ofĀ Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse, intended as aĀ direct-to-videoĀ production. Frederator brought writerĀ Warren EllisĀ aboard as the screenwriter for the series. In an interview withĀ Paste, Warren Ellis said that when he was contacted aboutĀ CastlevaniaĀ he had no previous knowledge of the series and discovered it was a “Japanese transposition of theĀ Hammer Horror filmsĀ I grew up with and loved”. Ellis explained how he worked withĀ CastlevaniaĀ producerĀ Koji IgarashiĀ to fit the film into the timeline of the series, including writing a new backstory, and how he was frustrated that Igarashi wanted eight full re-writes of pre-production material before giving approval. Ellis noted that Frederator’s Kevin Kolde, who was slated to produce the work, did not want the film to be aimed at children, allowing Ellis to use gruesome imagery and scenes as necessary to tell the story he wanted to write, something that Ellis had found restrictive in working with normal television animation.

In adapting the game for the film, Ellis did not want to make a point-for-point adaptation, but instead provide some material to flesh out the game’s world and elements behind it. At this stage, the film was anticipated to be only 80 minutes long, which Ellis knew would not be enough to tell the full story he wanted, so was able to break apart his script into a trilogy of works, each part having a self-containedĀ three-act structure; the first part would be to introduce the characters of Dracula, Trevor, Sypha, and Alucard and with a meaningful narrative resolution. In this manner, Ellis noted that if the other two parts were never greenlit, the first work “doesn’t demand the presence of the other two parts for it to work as its own thing”. Due to the limited time, Ellis opted to dropĀ Grant Danasty, a pirate character in the game; Ellis noted that besides “the stupid name”, he felt the pirate was misplaced in the setting and that the limited run time would not allow him to develop the character fully.

Sometime around 2008, work on the production stalled, and enteredĀ development hell. Ellis had completed his script in June 2008, and the show’s production blog had said in August 2008 that they were shopping around the idea as a theatrical release, but no further updates followed before the blog was quietly deleted.

Around 2012,Ā Adi ShankarĀ was approached to direct a live-action version of Ellis’ script. Shankar, who at the time had just finished work as executive producer ofĀ Dredd, said that the party was looking to make a film in the style of theĀ UnderworldĀ films with a similar budget, representative of a small studio with large independent backing. Shankar turned the opportunity down, saying it felt “250 percent wrong”, as he had deep respect for the original game and felt the live-action version would not treat it well. Following this, Shankar stepped back from Hollywood to pursue more self-published works, stating that “the major studios were blatantly disrespecting fandom” as a reason he turned down the offer.

The show was revitalized whenĀ Powerhouse Animation Studios’s Sam Deats was able to negotiate a deal withĀ NetflixĀ for the production, using the existing scripts that had been written nearly a decade prior. Powerhouse reached out to Frederator to help with the show’s production. According to Ellis, Netflix was very positive about his original scripts that he wrote in 2007, and so he had to only make a few changes to fit the Netflix format while staying true to the version of the script Konami had accepted. Shankar was approached with the opportunity to produce the work, which he took as neither Powerhouse or Frederator sought to restrict his creative vision from Ellis’ scripts.Ā Fred SeibertĀ and Kevin Kolde of Frederator Studios also co-produce. The series was animated by Frederator Studios and Powerhouse Animation Studios and directed by Sam Deats.Ā Trevor MorrisĀ composed the show’s music.

The show’s art style was heavily influenced by the workĀ Ayami KojimaĀ did forĀ Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. They also took ideas from directorĀ Satoshi Kon’s works for character expressions and series such asĀ Cowboy Bebop,Ā Demon SlayerĀ andĀ BerserkĀ for inserting humor among the more serious elements. The show is produced using 2DĀ hand-drawn animation, taking cues fromĀ Ninja ScrollĀ andĀ Vampire Hunter D, with staff members that previously worked onĀ Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust. TheĀ mangaĀ seriesĀ BerserkĀ andĀ Blade of the ImmortalĀ were also cited as inspiration, with one of the show’s animation directors having previously worked on theĀ BerserkĀ films. The production works closely withĀ Konami, the holders of theĀ CastlevaniaĀ franchise, who helped to identify small continuity issues but were otherwise very receptive towards the work.

The first season represents the first part of the trilogy that Ellis has laid out in 2007. Ellis said that the second season, completing the trilogy, is where he had been able to deviate somewhat from the game, and has been better anticipate the show’s release on Netflix in terms of scenes and episode lengths. Shankar believes that there is an opportunity for more stories to be told borrowing from other games in the series, noting that overall he sees the series as “a story about a family and multiple generations of this family” with many tales to draw from. The production team for the second season included staff members who worked onĀ MadhouseĀ productions such asĀ Death Parade.

Developing the character of Dracula,Ā Adi ShankarĀ made it clear that one of the series’ main goals has been to paint Dracula not as a villain, but a tragic, doomed figure. According to him: “The best villains, in general, are the heroes of their own story and the trick to makingĀ CastlevaniaĀ resonate was this idea that Dracula isn’t a bad guy, he isn’t a villain, he’s just a person consumed with darkness. That first episode in Season 1 we start to see why he wants to eradicate humans. He’s not just this mustache-curling, one-dimensional villain. What Dracula is doing is not really a war against humanity. It’s more a suicide note.”

The show’s third season was greenlit by Netflix a few days after the broadcast of the second season. Shankar announced in November 2018 that he will also be leading an animated series based on Capcom’sĀ Devil May Cry, which he acquired the rights for himself, and will make the show, alongside theĀ CastlevaniaĀ series, part of a shared “Bootleg Multiverse”. On March 27, 2020, Netflix announced they had renewed the series for a fourth season, stating on April 16, 2021, that it would be the series’s final season. On July 31, 2020, it was reported that amid a wave of sexual misconduct allegations being levelled against the show’s creator and showrunner Warren Ellis, he would no longer have any involvement in developing subsequentĀ CastlevaniaĀ series after the fourth season’s release.


RELEASE

May 13, 202




Castlevania Season 4 Download FilesĀ 

  • E01 – “Murder Wakes It Up”
  • E02 – “Having the World”
  • E03 – “Walk Away”
  • E04 – “You Must Sacrifice”
  • E05 – “Back in the World”
  • E06 – “You Don’t Deserve My Blood”
  • E07 – “The Great Work”
  • E08 – “Death Magic”
  • E09 – “The Endings”
  • E10 – “It’s Been a Strange Ride”

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Castlevania Season 4 - TV Series Free Download šŸ“„ - Gamingwap

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Castlevania Season 4 - TV Series Free Download šŸ“„ - Gamingwap

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