“Jacked-up Nicholson”

Films: Wolf (1994)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized Area/Forest

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: Werewolves are here again. Only this time, we deal with someone teetering on the edge of human and vicious lupine. Then again, when you're Jack Nicholson, it's a little hard to tell.

History: Will Randall, former editor-in-chief of a Vermont publishing house, got bit by a werewolf while heading back home. Now, he finds that he's much more aggressive, his senses have doubled in power, and he just might have the ability to get his miserable life back on track. But the werewolf curse drives him to kill every night without him knowing it, and it's only a matter of time before it gets out of hand.

Notable Kills: Nothing special

Final Fate: Will's last act before fully becoming a werewolf is to save his love from a person that he accidentally converted himself. After departing to the forest, the woman begins to show signs of being bitten as well...

Powers/Abilities: Heightened sense of smell.

Weakness: Sacred amulets and anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-Will's mostly good conscience helps hold back those more animalistic instincts. But once the gloves come off, he's a snarling, barking murder-machine that's best to be avoided.

Trivia: -If ex-screenwriter Jim Harrison's words are too be believed, he was so flabbergasted by how toned down the finished product was that he drove all the way to an actual wolve's cave just so he could stare at it and apologize while his dog cowered under his car.

-Contentding actors for Will's love interest included Mia Farrow and Sharon Stone.

Image Gallery

Just play "Animal I've Become" already.

We all knew he would go mad. LOOK AT HIM.


One bad move towards the faces of celebrities and they lose their minds!

So, angry mob supplies work?