What is 'The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice' about?
When Flynn Carsen (Noah Wyle) suffers a meltdown due to the stresses of his job as librarian at the Metropolitan Public Library in New York, Director Judson (Bob Newhart) suggests that he take some time off, and Charlene (Jane Curtin) suggests New Orleans. At first reluctant to go, Flynn dreams that night of a beautiful chanteuse inviting him to come to her, and decides to follow his dream. His very first night in New Orleans takes him to a nightclub where he sees Simone Renoir (Stana Katic), his dream woman, singing a seductive song. After her song is finished, he tries to talk to her, but she whisks him away into a candlelit church, reveals that she knows he is the Librarian, gives him a marker, and tells him that he is the only one who can protect the Judas Chalice. Flynn is about to embark on an adventure that will involve vampires, ex-KGB agent and former Russian Minister of Defense Sergei Kubichek (Dikran Tulaine), his old college Professor Lazlo (Bruce Davison), and lead him to the ultimate vampire of them all...Dracula!
Which mythical relics will we see in the library this time
The Fountain of Youth, Noah's Ark, Judas Chalice, Philosopher's Stone, The Loch Ness Monster
Flynn goes looking for Dracula, who has absconded with the chalice. They meet up in the woods, and it rapidly becomes apparent that Flynn is no match for Dracula. Suddenly, Simone catches up to them. She reminds Dracula that he took her life from her and that she's not about to let that happen to Flynn. Simone and Dracula then go at each other, vampire style. Flynn notes a Populus tremuloides (aspen) tree, breaks off a branch, and plunges it through Dracula's chest, causing him to burst into flames. With Dracula gone, Simone decides that it's time for her to move on, too. Flynn offers his neck to her so that they can be together, but Simone only kisses it, reminding him that he must fulfill his destiny as the Librarian. The next morning, they watch the sunrise together until Simone turns into a glittering dust and blows away. Flynn returns to the Library, giving the marker to her as a necklace and the Judas Chalice to Judson. Flynn promises to remain as the librarian with no more meltdowns and informs Judson that he knows who he is. 'Yehuda!' he challenges. 'Yahoo to you, too,' Judson replies. Judson assures Flynn that he and the Library will play a big role in the future struggle between good and evil. 'As for me being 2,000 years old,' he adds, 'that's...well, that's just...insulting.' As they walk away together, the camera pans to the ceiling, looking down on the library floor, which resembles the Tree of Knowledge.