Greg Nicotero Reveals the Talent Agency For Classic Monsters

Greg Nicotero’s United Monster Talent Agency played to great success at Fantastic Fest this year, and now the short is online for you, the home viewer, to home view! The premise is simple: a Movietone newsreel from the Golden Age of Hollywood (read: Universal) monsters reveals that Frankenstein’s Monster, Dracula, The Wolf Man and Gillman are all actual beasts - and they’re all repped by the United Monster Talent Agency. It’s a fun, winking homage to some of the greatest creatures to ever grace the screen, and it’s filled with terrific Nicotero takes on the most famous monsters of all time.

Greg Nicotero’s United Monster Talent Agency played to great success at Fantastic Fest this year, and now the short is online for you, the home viewer, to home view!

The premise is simple: a Movietone newsreel from the Golden Age of Hollywood (read: Universal) monsters reveals that Frankenstein’s Monster, Dracula, The Wolf Man and Gillman are all actual beasts - and they’re all repped by the United Monster Talent Agency. It’s a fun, winking homage to some of the greatest creatures to ever grace the screen, and it’s filled with terrific Nicotero takes on the most famous monsters of all time.

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