Last week, Universal broke the news that it had bought rights to the fourteen novels in Anne Rice's vampire series and was planning a movie franchise. Here are seven rules for what should happen next.
Stunt casting is a long tradition in science fiction and fantasy, but it's only gotten more common lately. Films and TV shows will cast a famous actor — or someone who used to be in a Joss Whedon show — to spark interest. Sometimes, it's just unnecessary. But here are a bunch of cases where it was the perfect casting.
At the time of his casting, Tom Cruise seemed like an odd choice to play Interview with the Vampire's infamous Lestat. But what if Al Pacino had taken the role instead?
We will never get tired of reading about baby vampires. And now the queen of all tiny fangers, Claudia, is getting her very own graphic novel, penned by her creator Anne Rice. The comic retells Interview With The Vampire from the perspective of Claudia, not Louis.