Paul W.S. Anderson clarifies reports on his departure from "Castlevania", stating that he still carries out his writing and directing duties in the flick.
Cheer up "Castlevania" fans, fear not that the movie you have been waiting for may get stalled for Paul W.S. Anderson has countered words saying he has left the project to do "Death Race."
Openly telling IGN Movies, the action filmmaker firmly claimed that he is still very much involved in the project and that reports on it encountering its doom due to his desire to make "Deathrace" next are greatly exaggerated.
"Both Death Race and Castlevania are set up at Universal," so he remarked. "The studio wants to make both films, but obviously there is a scheduling conflict which we are trying to resolve. I am very passionate about Castlevania and whatever happens I will remain actively involved in my role as writer and producer."