More horror news of particular interest to our brothers and sisters across the pond! Tales of golems and vampires are headed your way!
According to Variety Stephen Woolley and Elizabeth Karlsen’s London-based Number 9 Films is developing an adaptation of Peter Ackroyd’s tome Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem with Kick-Ass scribe Jane Goldman.
The crime story, set up with Film4 and the U.K. Film Council, is set against the music halls of Victorian London and follows a Jack-the Ripper-style serial killer nicknamed the Limehouse Golem and the rise and fall of a vaudeville star.
Blighty-born Goldman’s scriptwriting credits also include Stardust, The Debt and upcoming releases The Woman in Black and X-Men: First Class.
Number 9 is also in talks with helmer Neil Jordan to direct Byzantium, based on Moira Buffini’s eponymous play. The flick tells the story of a pair of women who claim to be vampire siblings.
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