RODIONOFF ON WEREWOLF BY NIGHT
From Comic Book Resources' interview with writer Hans Rodionoff:
Rodionoff penned a draft that he believes is true to the core ideas of the comic book. 'It's a story about a werewolf who's trying to come to terms with his existence. It's a Jekyll and Hyde allegory about a man who is torn by the constant conflict of his rational self and his primal self. That's the general concept of the Werewolf by Night comic books, and the movie is faithful to that.'
There has been a slew of werewolf movies throughout cinematic history, but Rodionoff believes 'Werewolf-By-Night' will stand out from your average werewolf film. 'In this one, the werewolf is the hero. And I don't mean anti-hero; I don't mean reluctant hero. He is the hero of 'Werewolf-By-Night.' I haven't seen that yet.'
Courtesy of Counting Down