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The vampire Lestat becomes a rock star whose music wakes up the queen of all vampires. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

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Aaliyah ... Queen Akasha

Stuart Townsend ... Lestat de Lioncourt

Marguerite Moreau ... Jesse Reeves

Vincent Perez ... Marius de Romanus

Paul McGann ... David Talbot

Lena Olin ... Maharet
Christian Manon ... Mael

Claudia Black ... Pandora

Bruce Spence ... Khayman

Matthew Newton ... Armand
Tiriel Mora ... Roger
Megan Dorman ... Maudy
Johnathan Devoy ... James
Robert Farnham ... Alex
Conrad Standish ... T.C.
Richael Tanner ... Young Jesse

Christopher Kirby ... New York Vampire

MiG Ayesa ... New York Vampire (as Miguel Ayesa)
Joe Manning ... New York Vampire
Pip Mushin ... Guy Being Sucked
Kat Rhodes ... Vampire Girl
Chris Connelly ... Mortal Yuppie (as Christopher Connelly)
Renee De Bondt ... Vampire Girl Sucking
Renee Quast ... Vampire Girl Sucking
Dan Zizys ... Vampire Doorman
Tayler Kane ... Club Vampire

Imogen Annesley ... Club Vampire
Daniel Schlusser ... Club Vampire
Rowland S. Howard ... Vampire Guitarist
Hugo Race ... Vampire Bass Player
Robin Casinader ... Vampire Pianist

Aimee Nash ... Vampire Singer

Nicole Fantl ... London Groupie

Alyssa McClelland ... London Groupie
Marnie Reece-Wilmore ... LA Groupie

Andrew L. Urban ... Himself
Jo Buckley ... French Journalist
Dino Marnika ... Music Journalist
Kirsty Meares ... Lifestyle Journalist
Bruce Myles ... Talamascan
Marg Downey ... Talamascan
John Dicks ... Talamascan
Fouad Harraka ... Greek Father
Mandie Vieira ... Young Violin Player
Bobby Bright ... Sound Engineer
Darren Wilson ... Sound Engineer
Russell Kiefel ... Fire Marshall
Nandila Gaskell ... West Indian Girl
Nalishebo Gaskell ... West Indian Girl
Tamasin Ramsay ... Woman Victim
Michael Azria ... VW Driver

Arroyn Lloyd ... VW Passenger (as Arrowyn Lloyd)
Antonios Greige ... Camel Driver
Nicki Paull ... Flight Attendant (as Nicola Paull)
Peter Olsen ... Enkil

Franklyn Ajaye ... French Dealer
Duncan Myers ... Rent Boy
Mark O'Halloran ... Rent Boy
Twapa Kapote ... Prostitute
Ron Bingham ... Businessman
Strawberry Fields ... Girl with Businessman
Bob Halsall ... Businessman with Girl
Antony Neate ... Euro Trash Vampire
Karoline Hohlweg ... Euro Trash Vampire
Rochelle Ward ... Euro Trash Vampire
Anni Finsterer ... Euro Trash Vampire
Alistair Reid ... Euro Trash Vampire
Suzi Dougherty ... Pale Faced Vampire
Humphrey Bower ... Nigel

Pia Miranda ... Jesse's Roommate
Simon Wilton ... Vampire in the Park

Enrico Mammarella ... Greek Fisherman (as Enrico Mammerella)

Serena Altschul ... Herself
Nick Gill ... Band Member
Becky Thomas ... Band Member

Jonathan Davis ... Scalper

Nathan Hill ... Attacking Vampire
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Felicity Andersen ... Flight Attendant (uncredited)

Tracy Downs ... Extra (uncredited)
Daniel Gardner ... Lestat's Fan (uncredited)
Shayne Greenman ... Band Member (uncredited)
Rashad Haughton ... Queen Akasha (voice) (uncredited)

Brendan Parry Kaufmann ... Concert Goer (uncredited)
David Lorensene ... Vampire (uncredited)

Anita Marelic ... Goth Girl (uncredited)

Ruth Palma ... Dancer (uncredited)
Jet Tsui ... Asian Vampire (uncredited)
Richard Wiggan ... Plantation Worker (uncredited)
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Directed by
Michael Rymer 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Anne Rice (novels "The Vampire Chronicles")

Scott Abbott (screenplay) and
Michael Petroni (screenplay)

Produced by
Su Armstrong .... executive producer
Bruce Berman .... executive producer
Channing Dungey .... co-producer
Bill Gerber .... executive producer
Andrew Mason .... executive producer
Jorge Saralegui .... producer
 
Original Music by
Jonathan Davis 
Richard Gibbs 
 
Cinematography by
Ian Baker 
 
Film Editing by
Dany Cooper 
 
Casting by
Gregory Apps  (as Greg Apps)
Kristy Carlson 
Kristy Sager 
 
Production Design by
Graham 'Grace' Walker 
 
Art Direction by
Tom Nursey 
 
Set Decoration by
Brian Dusting 
 
Costume Design by
Angus Strathie 
 
Makeup Department
Nik Dorning .... prosthetic supply
Nikki Gooley .... hair styles supervisor
Nikki Gooley .... makeup supervisor
Bob McCarron .... special makeup effects artist
Kylie O'Toole .... makeup artist
Shane Thomas .... makeup artist
Belinda Villani .... sculptor
Elka Wardega .... prosthetic makeup artist
Simon Zanker .... key hair stylist
Russell Sharp .... sculptor (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Petra Hoebel .... unit production manager: second unit
Sue MacKay .... production manager
Andy Pappas .... unit manager
Jack Schuster .... post-production supervisor
Elizabeth Miller Gavcus .... post-production executive (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nathan Croft .... assistant director: second unit
Todd Embling .... third assistant director
Naomi Enfield .... assistant director: second unit
Jason Faulkner .... second second assistant director
Colin Fletcher .... first assistant director
Paul Goldman .... second unit director
Keith Heygate .... assistant director: second unit
Jennifer Leacey .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Brett Beacham .... mouldmaker
Michael Bell .... set designer
Peter Collias .... hod scenic
Garth Croft .... set builder
Fiona Donovan .... set designer
Damien Drew .... art director: second unit
Damien Drew .... assistant art director
Gary Grimes .... paint foreman
Rain Hart .... illustrator
Michael Hill .... head carpenter
Alar Hordern .... greens assistant
Peter Hordern .... head greensman
William Kensell .... set finisher
Joe Kiely .... set dresser
Hannah Knowlton .... assistant property master
Kylie Lawson .... painter
Gus Lobb .... set finisher
Tim McGaw .... props
Ross Murdoch .... set builder
Marian Murray .... lead set dresser
Carl Paolino .... life casting
Rolland Pike .... set dresser
John Rann .... construction manager
Andy Robinson .... set finisher
Peter Savieri .... storyboard artist
Ben Walker .... standby props
Simon Bethune .... senior propmaker (uncredited)
Walter Sperl .... leading hand (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Gregg Barbanell .... foley artist
Brian Best .... supervising sound editor
Richard Burnette .... mix facility coordinator
Robert Carr .... sound recordist: temps and effects pre-dubs
William Cawley .... first assistant sound editor
Patrick Cicero .... sound assistant
Bradley Clouse .... assistant sound editor
Chris David .... sound re-recording mixer
Joe Divitale .... sound effects editor
Eileen Horta .... adr artist
Mildred Iatrou .... dialogue editor
Shawn Kennelly .... foley mixer
David Lee .... production sound mixer
Steve Mann .... sound effects editor
Michael McNerney .... adr recordist
Gary Mundheim .... sound effects editor
Chris Navarro .... adr recordist
Steve Nelson .... sound effects editor
Jay Nierenberg .... sound effects editor
Andy Peach .... sound recordist
Julie Pearce .... adr recordist
Gary Raymond .... dialogue playback
Terry Rodman .... sound re-recording mixer
Terry Rodman .... supervising sound editor
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist
Cathie Speakman .... sound editor
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Nancy Tracy .... assistant sound editor
Tim Walston .... sound designer
Aaron D. Weisblatt .... sound effects editor
Bernard Weiser .... sound editor
Marshall Winn .... dialogue editor
Martin Schloemer .... sound recordist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Rodney Burke .... special effects coordinator
Patrick Carmiggelt .... special effects technician
Aaron Cox .... special effects technician
Brian Cox .... special effects supervisor
Greg Dennison .... special effects technician
Gillian Farrow .... special effects technician
Pauline Grebert .... special effects technician
Rob Heggie .... special effects technician
James Howe .... special effects technician
Cassie Pearce .... special effects
Angelo Sahin .... special effects onset supervisor
Angelo Sahin .... special effects technician
Kevin Turner .... special effects technician
Walter Van Veenendaal .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Chris Allen .... research and development: MVFX
Patrick Ballin .... visual effects editor: MVFX
Jason Barlow .... technical animator
Jason Barlow .... technical director
Melissa Brockman .... visual effects producer: R!OT Pictures
Kelly Bumbarger .... digital compositor
A.J. Calomay .... visual effects production assistant: Creo
John Cassella .... digital artist
Robert Chapin .... visual effects
Tony Clark .... visual effects supervisor: Rising Sun Pictures
Tim 'Timco' Conway .... digital integration/compositing: CREO
Matt Cordner .... digital effects artist
Chris Crowell .... digital compositor
Sean C. Cunningham .... digital artist: Gray Matter Effects
Andrea D'Amico .... visual effects producer: R!OT Pictures
Ken Dackermann .... digital compositor
Andy Davis .... digital compositor: Asylum
Denise Davis .... visual effects producer
Denise Winn Davis .... visual effects producer
John Decker .... CG supervisor: R!OT Pictures
Jorge del Valle .... digital effects artist
Teunis deRaat .... character technical director
Matt Dessero .... digital compositor
Bill Dietrich .... research and development: MVFX
Tommy Dorsett .... visual effects editor: R!OT Pictures
Janet L. Earl .... visual effects coordinator
Bridgette Fahey-Goldsmith .... assistant visual effects editor: Australia
Kirsten Fazio .... visual effects coordinator
Deak Ferrand .... visual effects designer/lead matte painter: R!OT Pictures
William Gammon .... digital compositor
Robb Gardner .... virtual background lead 3D animator
Rocco Gioffre .... matte artist
Don Greenberg .... digital compositor
Neil Greenberg .... visual effects editor
Lindsay Hallett .... visual effects producer: Asylum (as Lindsay Burnett)
Brian Hanable .... digital effects compositor: R!OT Pictures
Sara Henschke .... visual effects producer: Rising Sun Pictures
Darin Hilton .... animator
Bryan Hirota .... visual effects supervisor: MVFX
Amy Hollywood Wixson .... visual effects producer
Joni Jacobson .... digital compositor
Sophie Leclerc .... visual effects producer: MVFX
Don Lee .... digital compositor
Marcus LeVere .... 3D animator: R!OT Pictures
Andrew MacDonald .... compositor: Creo Collective
Gray Marshall .... visual effects supervisor: Gray Matter
Andres Martinez .... lead virtual backgrounds
Kate McCarthy .... visual effects coordinator
Matt McFarland .... visual effects color timer
Gregory L. McMurry .... visual effects supervisor
Diana Miao .... digital artist
Sal Migliore .... assistant colorist
Kenneth Nakada .... matte painter: R!OT Pictures
Jaime Norman .... visual effects coordinator
Hans Payer .... senior CG animator: R!OT Pictures
Monty Phillips .... digital artist
Patrick Phillips .... visual effects
Robert E. Phillips .... Production Assistant
Rebecca Ramsey .... title producer: Kaleidoscope Films
Rebecca Ramsey .... visual effects producer: Kaleidoscope Films
Ben Roberts .... digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
Monty Shook .... modelshop supervisor
Kurt E. Soderling .... visual effects camera operator (as Kurt Soderling)
Tim Trumble .... film recording technician
Bryan Whitaker .... visual effects: Gray Matter Effects
Bob Wiatr .... digital compositor: R!OT Pictures
Jeff Zaman .... digital compositor
Travis Baumann .... Inferno artist (uncredited)
Brian Freisinger .... 3D modeler (uncredited)
Frank Gallego .... visual effects (uncredited)
John Gibson .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Paul Hopkins .... lead matchmove artist (uncredited)
Fred Jimenez .... 2D technical assistant (uncredited)
Greg Juby .... digital effects artist (uncredited)
Ken Lam .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Vincent Lavares .... digital asset manager: Cinesite Hollywood (uncredited)
Jason Madigan .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Michael Maloney .... digital artist: Gray Matter (uncredited)
Rob Menapace .... motion control operator (uncredited)
Jake Morrison .... senior Inferno artist (uncredited)
Adam Paschke .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Mark Robben .... paint/roto artist: CREO (uncredited)
Tiffany Smith .... visual effects associate producer (uncredited)
Mark Stetson .... visual effects cosupervisor: R!OT Pictures (uncredited)
James D. Tittle .... digital visual effects coordinator: Pacific Title (uncredited)
Antonio Torres .... digital artist: checking & retouching, Cinesite (uncredited)
Stefano Trivelli .... senior compositor: R!OT Pictures (uncredited)
Renée Tymn .... digital compositor: Cinesite (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Keir Beck .... stunt rigger
Glenn Boswell .... stunt coordinator
Raelene Chapman .... stunt double
Raelene Chapman .... stunt performer
Mick Corrigan .... stunt performer
Morgan Evans .... stunt performer
Grant Fletcher .... stunt rigger
Harry Harris III .... stunt driver
Lou Horvath .... stunt rigger
Chris Kemp .... stunts
Warwick Sadler .... stunt double (as Warwick Saddler)
George Saliba .... utility stunts
Brit Sooby .... stunt performer
Bernadette Van Gyen .... assistant stunt coordinator
Marijke Rikki van Gyen .... stunt crew (as Rikki Van Gyen)
Marijke Rikki van Gyen .... stunt performer (as Rikki Van Gyen)
Davin Taylor .... flying/flame stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Glenn Arrowsmith .... dolly grip
Leo Baker .... second assistant camera
Michael Bambacas .... motion control assistant
Tov Belling .... first assistant camera
Chris Hansford .... best boy grip
Rob Hansford .... key grip
Andrew Jerram .... additional assistant camera
Ian Jones .... director of photography: second unit
Leigh Mackenzie .... camera operator
Rex Nicholson .... director of photography: second unit
John Radel .... assistant camera
Angelo Sartore .... first assistant camera: second unit
Jim Sheldon .... still photographer
Kurt E. Soderling .... aerial director of photography
Matt Toll .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Anthony Tulloch .... assistant chief lighting technician: second unit
Steven J. Winslow .... camera technician: Wescam camera
Simon Ozolins .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Geoffrey Hall .... animator
 
Casting Department
Terry Leonard .... casting assistant
Terry Leonard .... casting: New York
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Julie Barton .... key costumer
Kelly Foreman .... costume assistant
Eliza Godman .... costume supervisor
Peter O'Halloran .... extras dresser
 
Editorial Department
David Birrell .... first assistant editor
Megan Doneman .... assistant film editor
Mark Ellis .... assistant editor
Mo Henry .... negative cutter
Kenneth Marsten .... assistant editor (as Kenny Marsten)
Ray Neapolitan .... assistant editor
Ian Slater .... first assistant editor
Donna Smith .... editing attatchment
Kurt Smith .... color timer
Bill Daly .... post-production executive (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Jordan Corngold .... music editor
Sandy DeCrescent .... orchestra contractor
Rich Dickerson .... music supervisor
Robert Fernandez .... scoring mixer
Frank Fitzpatrick .... music supervisor
Jason Frederick .... music scoring assistant
M.B. Gordy .... musician: Percussion
Matthew Hassall .... musician: violin double, Lestat
Paul S. Henning .... orchestrator
Will Kaplan .... supervising music editor
Jon Kull .... orchestrator
Patrick Russ .... orchestrator
Warren Sherk .... orchestrator
Steven L. Smith .... music preparation
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn
Anna D. Wilborn .... assistant music editor
 
Transportation Department
Tim Abbatoye .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Lance Anderson .... safety supervisor
Richard Andreoli .... assistant to director
Amanda Brotchie .... assistant: Michael Rymer
Mandy Butler .... production accountant
Sam Chwat .... dialect coach: Aaliyah
Adam Dolman .... production secretary
Ian Evans .... aerial helicopter pilot
Victor Fukushima .... unit assistant
Rashad Haughton .... voice-over: Aaliyah
Paul Kennedy .... assistant: Su Armstrong
Michael King .... stand-in
Fiona Landreth .... production accountant: Australia
Nicholle Leahy .... accounting assistant
Ben Lowe .... location assistant
Hamish MacLeod .... location assistant
Victoria Mielewska .... dialect coach
Tonia Pearson .... assistant: Jorge Saralegui
Fiona Searson .... unit publicist
Greg Spiller .... assistant: Stuart Townsend
Monika Stankowski .... accounting assistant
Trudy Talbot .... assistant accountant
Kate Thomson .... production coordinator: 2nd unit
Natalie van den Dungen .... additional production assistant
Jarik Van Sluijs .... titles designer
Jo Weeks .... script supervisor
Jennifer Wellings .... extras coordinator
Erin Lacey .... production executive (uncredited)
Marc Wielage .... digital film mastering (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Aaliyah .... dedicatee (as Aaliyah Dana Haughton)
 

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Also Known As:
"Anne Rice's Queen of the Damned" - USA (complete title)
"The Queen of the Vampire" - Japan (English title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for vampire violence
Runtime:
101 min | Spain:104 min
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Color (Technicolor)
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Trivia:
Stuart Townsend shares his name with a character from another Anne Rice novel, "The Witching Hour". Upon meeting Townsend, Rice handed him a copy of the book and instructed him to turn to a certain page number, whereupon was written "The Life of Stuart Townsend". Townsend was flattered that she had written him into her new book, until she told him that she had written it eleven years prior.See more »
Goofs:
Crew or equipment visible: Shadow of the wire-cam visible on the front-drop of the stage (right of screen) during the overhead zoom into Lestat during the concert.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Lestat:[voiceover] There comes a time for every vampire when the idea of eternity becomes momentarily unbearable. Living in the shadows, feeding in the darkness with only your own company to keep, rots into a solitary, hollow existence. Immortality seems like a good idea...
[...]
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52 out of 89 people found the following review useful.
One You Can Sink Your Teeth Into, 27 February 2002
Author: jhclues from Salem, Oregon

If vampire tales are your cup of blood, then this Goth-fest based on the Anne Rice Vampire Chronicles should prove to be a satisfying experience. A veritable consortium of the undead in a contemporary setting, `Queen of the Damned,' directed by Michael Rymer, is a story of shadows and darkness, and of the unfortunate souls who dwell therein for eternity.

The vampire Lestat (Stuart Townsend), bored with a world that no longer excites him, has been `asleep' for many years; but suddenly, the sounds of that world he hears from his extended slumber change, and liking what he hears, he ventures forth to investigate. What he finds is a world filled with new sounds, a new kind of music-- driving and penetrating-- sounds that assault the senses and make him feel alive and welcome. And he knows that at long last his time has come, that it is time for him and those like him to come out into the open and face the world on their terms. Toward that end he becomes the front man for a band-- a singer and performer unlike any the world has ever known. He presents himself as a vampire, and very quickly amasses a following that extends far beyond London (where it all begins), and will ultimately take him to Death Valley, California, where he plans to give a concert that promises to be beyond anything anyone has ever seen or experienced.

Lestat is powerful, without question, but there are those of his kind who do not take favorably to the fact that he has revealed them, one of whom is Marius (Vincent Perez), a vampire powerful in his own right-- the vampire, in fact, who `made' Lestat so many years before-- and they are gathering, coming together and making their plans to meet Lestat at the concert. And they are not going for the music. But there is something else, as well: At one point Lestat has inadvertently awakened the `Mother' of them all, the most powerful of all the vampires, Akasha (Aaliyah), who is about to make her presence known to all, and especially to the one she has chosen to rule by her side as her King: Lestat. And at the concert, rest assured, Akasha will be in attendance, without fail.

Make no mistake, this is Lestat's story, and Rymer presents it amid a setting rich with atmosphere and with some exquisite moments, though his film has less bite to it than say, `Interview With the Vampire,' or `Bram Stoker's Dracula.' He sets a good pace, and there are some scenes that provide some real thrills, but overall the film isn't as soaked in menace as it could be, or as much as one might expect. In the final tally, in fact, the amount of flesh that is incinerated wins out over actual blood-letting, though there is more than a taste of gore, and more than a fair share of lips and mouths dripping with the red stuff. There's some good F/X on hand, too, especially in the sequences that accentuate the speed of the vampires, as they move and hurtle through the air faster than the naked eye can discern. It's a decent job by Rymer, but he could have put more teeth into it had he played up the alienation hinted at by Lestat; as it is, you get a sense of his detachment, but not enough to get you totally involved.

In `Interview With the Vampire,' Tom Cruise brought some charismatic star power to the role of Lestat, but Townsend is even more effective, with a look and an attitude that captures Lestat perfectly. He plays him with a sense of acceptance, and under closer scrutiny you may even find a hint of remorse and longing. It's a good performance, and one that sells his character convincingly.

As Marius, Vincent Perez does a nice job, too-- he is, in fact, one of the strengths of the film-- though his character is a bit ambiguous; that, however, has more to do with the way he was written than with Perez's performance, which is quite good.

Turning in noteworthy performances, as well, are Marguerite Moreau, as Jesse, a young woman too curious for her own good; and the gorgeous Lena Olin as Maharet, Jesse's Aunt, who ultimately plays a pivotal role in the outcome of the drama involving Lestat and Akasha.

And as Akasha, Aaliyah is an absolutely riveting presence. What more can one say about her other than she is a gifted performer, with tremendous talent and beauty. And, tragically, she has left us much too soon.

The supporting cast includes Paul McGann (David), Christian Manon (Mael), Claudia Black (Pandora), Bruce Spence (Khayman), Matthew Newton (Armand), Tiriel Mora (Roger) and Megan Dorman (Maudy). With a much stronger story than the usual offerings of this particular genre, Anne Rice fans, especially, will be pleased with `Queen of the Damned,' a film nicely crafted and delivered by director Rymer and his engaging cast. By focusing attention on the drama of the story-- and the way it's presented-- rather than concentrating on merely providing some cheap thrills, Rymer has succeeded in turning out a true horror film that is definitely a cut above, and one that just may whet your appetite for more of the same. And that's the magic of the movies. I rate this one 7/10.





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