After recent good news saying Rogue Pictures has taken distribution rights to "Castlevania", now comes a gloomy tidbit that no doubt will bring surprise to or probably raise various reactions from the fans of Konami's "Castlevania" videogame series, from which the flick is adapted.
According to DeadCentral.com, director Paul W.S. Anderson has shockingly decided to quit the flick without clear reasons and has shifted his attention to work on his other project of "Deathrace 3000" instead. It is very surprising indeed since the action filmmaker was previously noticed to be very enthusiastic about developing the movie, having planned to film it in the Transylvanian region of Romania by fall or winter.
No official statement yet from either Anderson or Crystal Sky Pictures, under which the movie is produced, so keep sticking to this site for any confirmation on the departure.