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Underworld: Blood Wars is a 2016 American action horror film directed by Anna Foerster (in her directorial debut). It is the fifth installment in the Underworld franchise and the sequel to Underworld: Awakening (2012), with Kate Beckinsale reprising her role as Selene. The main cast also includes Theo James, Lara Pulver, James Faulkner and Charles Dance.

Principal photography began on October 19, 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic. The film was released on November 24, 2016 in various countries and was subsequently released in the United States on January 6, 2017 by Screen Gems. It received negative reviews from critics and has grossed $61 million worldwide.


Plot
The remaining vampire covens are on the verge of being wiped out by the Lycans. Both species are searching for Selene: the vampires seeking justice for the deaths of Viktor and Marcus, and the Lycans, led by Marius, intending to use her to locate Eve, whose blood holds the key to building an army of vampire-werewolf hybrids.

Semira, a council member of the Eastern Coven, wishes for Selene to be granted clemency so that the latter can train the Eastern Coven's neophyte Death Dealers. To that end, she enlists Thomas to plead Selene's case before the full council. Thomas succeeds and Selene arrives at the Eastern Coven with David. Selene is betrayed by Varga, Semira's ally and lover, who poisons the former and slaughters the Death Dealers at the behest of Semira, who then begins draining Selene of her blood, which Semira intends to drink and gain her power, but is interrupted when Thomas and David come to her rescue. In the ensuing fight, Thomas is killed delaying Semira and Varga so that David can escape with an incapacitated Selene. During the escape, Semira and Varga are shocked to observe that the pair is immune to the effects of sunlight.

The pair seeks refuge with the Nordic Coven. They are pursued by Alexia, an Eastern Coven vampire dispatched by Semira, who consumes the blood from Selene and appears to be strengthened by its ingestion. Selene and David arrive at Vador, the stronghold of the Nordic Coven, where Vidar, the Elder, reveals that David was the son of the High Elder Amelia, making him the legitimate heir to the Eastern Coven.

The Nordic Coven is attacked by Marius and the Lycans, who were alerted by Alexia, Marius's mole and lover. The Nordic vampires, led by Vidar's daughter Lena, fight with Selene and David. Selene engages in single combat with Marius, who demands to know Eve’s location; Selene insists she does not know the location, being confirmed by Alexia by tasting some of Selene's blood. Marius sounds the retreat for his troops and Selene, no longer wishing to live, slides herself under the now-broken ice of the lake.

Upon Alexia's return to the Eastern Coven's castle, she informs Semira of the events at the Nordic Coven. Semira kills her, revealing to have always known of Alexia's treachery. David returns to the Eastern Coven and informs the Elite Council of his parentage, presenting himself as the rightful heir to the coven. Semira is arrested by none other than Varga, whose ultimate loyalty is to the rightful leadership of the coven. She is subsequently imprisoned in the dungeons. The coven comes under attack by Marius and his forces. The Lycans blow holes in the castle's walls, letting in sunlight, killing most of the vampires. David continues fighting, only to find himself face to face with Marius. Selene suddenly reappears, wearing a Nordic appearance and coat over her normal Death Dealer uniform. It is revealed that the Nordic Coven revived her and in doing so enabled her to develop new abilities. She swiftly begins dispatching the Lycans, as the rest of the Nordic Coven, led by Lena, join the fight. While Selene is making her way through the castle, the guards in the dungeons are killed by Semira, who then escapes from her cell. Selene and David find Marius, but David is waylaid by Semira. As Marius and Selene's fight continues, a drop of Marius's blood lands on Selene's lips. She is suddenly flooded by a series of blood memories in which Marius finds Michael. She sees Marius capturing Michael and slitting his throat in order to collect his blood and consume it. Believing that Michael is dead, she bites her own wrist, using her own blood memories of the time she has spent with Michael, Eve, and David to fuel her rage. Although Marius has transformed, Selene rips out his spine, killing him instantly. David manages to kill Semira. He shows Marius's severed head to the Lycans, who decide to retreat.

In the aftermath, Selene, David, and Lena are chosen as the new Elders. It is revealed that after being resurrected at the Nordic Coven, Selene was reunited with Eve.


Cast
Kate Beckinsale as Selene, a Death Dealer and a now Nordic Enhanced, Vampire-Corvinus Strain Hybrid.[3]
Theo James as David, a Vampire-Corvinus Strain Hybrid (formerly a Pure-Born Vampire), and Selene's protégé and ally.[4]
Tobias Menzies as Marius, a Lycan leader and the film's main antagonist.[5]
Lara Pulver as Semira, a fiercely ambitious Vampire who is the film's secondary antagonist.[6][7]
James Faulkner as Cassius
Charles Dance as Thomas, a Vampire Elder and David's father.[7]
Bradley James as Varga, the former villain.[8]
Clementine Nicholson as Lena, the Nordic Coven's greatest warrior and daughter of Vidar.[9]
Peter Andersson[7] as Vidar, the elder of the Nordic Coven[10]
Daisy Head as Alexia[7]
Brian Caspe as Hajna[7]
Trent Garrett as Michael Corvin, a Lycan-Vampire Hybrid, and Selene's lover. Michael along with his daughter, Eve, are also Alexander Corvinus' distant descendants. Garrett replaces Scott Speedman, who played the role in two of the previous four films. Speedman appears in archival footage from Underworld and Underworld: Evolution for key scenes in Blood Wars.
Sveta Driga as Amelia, replacing Zita Görög, who played the role in the first two films, following her retirement from acting. Görög appears in archival footage from Underworld: Evolution for several key scenes in Blood Wars.
Oliver Stark as Gregor
India Eisley, who portrayed Eve in the fourth film, appears in archival footage from that film. Eve is portrayed in Blood Wars by a stand-in for distance shots.


Production
On August 27, 2014, Lakeshore Entertainment announced their plans to develop a reboot of the Underworld franchise, with Cory Goodman hired to write the script for the first film. Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi were named as producers.[11] The film was later confirmed to be a fifth entry in the series, rather than a reboot. Titled Underworld: Next Generation, the film was in production and set to be released 2015. Theo James, who appeared in the role of David in the fourth film, would return as the new lead.[4] On October 12, 2014, director Len Wiseman told IGN that original Underworld lead Kate Beckinsale would be back for the film.[12] On May 14, 2015, Anna Foerster signed on to make her directorial debut with the film, being the first woman to direct the film in the series, with Beckinsale confirmed to return.[3] On August 14, it was announced by Deadline.com that Tobias Menzies had been cast as Marius, a mysterious new Lycan leader.[5][13] On September 9, Bradley James was cast as the male villain.[8] Same day, newcomer Clementine Nicholson signed on to play Lena, the Nordic Coven's greatest warrior and daughter of Vidar.[9] On September 22, Lara Pulver was added to the cast to play a fiercely ambitious Vampire.[6] On October 19, Charles Dance was confirmed to return to play Vampire elder Thomas. Additional cast was also announced which included James Faulkner, Peter Andersson, and Daisy Head.[7]

Filming
Principal photography on the film began on October 19, 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic, and was set to take place over ten weeks.[7] The film's crew included cinematographer Karl Walter Lindenlaub, production designer Ondřej Nekvasil, costume designer Bojana Nikitović, and editor Peter Amundson.[7] Filming wrapped up on December 11, 2015.[14]

Release
Initially the film was set for an October 21, 2016 release.[15] After announcement about release delay, the film's earliest release date became November 24, 2016 when the film was released in Russia, Ukraine, Georgia and Kazakhstan, followed by December 1, 2016 release in various countries such as El Salvador and Australia.[16][17] It was released in the U.S. on January 6, 2017.[18]

Box office
As of January 10, 2017, Underworld: Blood Wars has grossed $16.4 million in the United States and Canada and $45.2 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $61.6 million, against a production budget of $35 million.[2]

In North America, the film was expected to gross $15–19 million over its opening weekend.[19] It went on to open to $13.7 million, down 49% from the previous installment, finished fourth at the box office and marking the lowest debut of the franchise.[20]

Critical response

The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes gives the film an approval rating of 19% based on 53 reviews, with an average rating of 4/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Underworld: Blood Wars delivers another round of the stylized violence that the series is known for, but – like many fifth franchise installments – offers precious little of interest to the unconverted."[21] On Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating, the film has a score of 23 out of 100, based on 14 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews".[22] On CinemaScore, audiences gave the film an average grade of "B+" on an A+ to F scale.[23]

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