We've seen nearly every angle of the Dracula story, from campy Victorianisms to modern reboots. But aside from a few quick flashbacks, we've never actually seen the origin story. Dracula Untold is looking to fill the gap, recasting Vlad the Impaler as a sensitive family man who turns to vampirism as a last-ditch effort to save his people. Along the way, we get an ur-vampire played by Tywin Lannister (also known as Charles Dance) and some surprisingly dextrous CGI bat clouds. Will it be terrible? Too early to say. But it's bound to fare better than NBC's Dracula, which was unceremoniously cancelled earlier this year.