The ‘Vampire Academy’ Film Finds Its Headmistress in Olga Kurylenko

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Now that the news of Divergent movie casting has died down, it’s time to make way for buzz about another book-turned-film, Vampire Academy. Ever since we heard that the first novel in Richelle Mead‘s series was greenlit for the big screen, we’ve been on the edge of our seats, anticipating further details. At the time, Beautiful CreaturesZoey Deutch was already attached to the project as lead Rose, as well as lesser-known talents Lucy Fry (Lissa) and Danila Kozlovsky (Dimitri). As of today, the franchise has found its disciplinarian…

According to Deadline, Olga Kurylenko will play Ellen Kirova, Headmistress of St. Vladimir’s Academy. You may recognize the Ukrainian-born actress from the 2008 Bond film, Quantum of Solace, or this month’s Oblivion with Tom Cruise. Her character’s described as tall and slim (and a “vulture” according to Rose).

Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters is currently scheduled to hit theaters on Valentine’s Day 2014. Are you already a fanatic? What do you think of Olga as Kirova? Tell us in the comments!

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3 Responses to "The ‘Vampire Academy’ Film Finds Its Headmistress in Olga Kurylenko"

  1. Teen.com
    Mistilina says:

    Hmmmm I know theres a HUGE fan following for these books and they were out before, (divergent and beautiful creatures) I always pictures the headmistress kirova older, idk but so many of us fans have been waiting for this movie and I hope they dont mess it up.

    xoxo dimitri&rose always :p

  2. Teen.com
    Sammy says:

    I’ve never read these books yet.

  3. Teen.com
    Laura says:

    When you say “lesser-known” I guess you mean in USA. As this is not the case, at all, in other countries. ;)

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