Ralph Ineson Has a “Pivotal Cameo” in Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Frankenstein’

The already impressive cast of Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming Frankenstein movie for Netflix continues to grow, with del Toro taking to Twitter this week to announce that Ralph Ineson (The Witch, The First Omen) will make a “pivotal cameo” appearance in the film.

“He is amazing and fun to work with,” del Toro added in the aforementioned tweet, which came in response to Fangoria celebrating Ralph Ineson as a “modern day horror icon.”

Ineson responded to del Toro’s tweet, “Thank you Boss, your set is a joyous place to be.”

Jacob Elordi will be playing Frankenstein’s monster in Guillermo del Toro’s adaptation of the classic Mary Shelley novel, alongside Mia GothChristoph Waltz, and Oscar Isaac.

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein follows scientist Victor Frankenstein, who plays god and brings a monster to life. The story has of course been adapted countless times over the years in film, television and beyond, and we can expect del Toro’s vision will be quite unlike any others.

Del Toro is producing, writing and directing Frankenstein for Netflix, with his specific approach completely under wraps at this time. Del Toro is collaborating with producer J. Miles Dale, who served as a producer on del Toro’s “Cabinet Of Curiosities” anthology series for Netflix. 

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