Here’s an odd one. It seems that out of work legendary actor George Hamilton is apparently trying to produce a sequel to his 1979 horror comedy ‘Love At First Bite’. It seems the actor (who recently turned 70) is looking to hop on board the popularity of recent vampire flicks such as ‘Twilight’.
“It’s terrific. It’s all about old world school of Dracula in the Bela Lugosi 1940s up against the Twilight felons with humor”, Hamilton told WENN. “It’s hard to do but it’s great fun.”
Hamilton believes it’s the perfect time for a new vampire movie spoof: “I think ‘Twilight’ is a wonderful series of books. It’s so important for these young girls with hormonal changes and this love that’s worth giving your life for. But now I have a find a way to bring my ‘Love At First Bite’ character into that kind of story and make it funny and not be at all like ‘Twilight’ and I think I found a way to do that.”
I can’t imagine for one second this’ll get greenlit. If anything it will surely be remade as opposed to sequelised.
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