Demonic summonings, battles between good and evil, a cup which runneth over with hotties…The Jezebeth franchise has it all. It’s a feature film, musical experience, and potential television series. And if you’re going to be in the Chicago area on September 10, you could be part of the action.
With the last remaining scene being staged in a vampire bar, the producers of the “Jezebeth” TV pilot are calling out to anyone who would like to be an extra. Visit this Facebook page specifically set up to find extras to get all the details on how to join in the fun.
Created by Damien Dante with co-producer Jeffrey A. Swanson, Jezebeth began as a feature film based on a devil worshiping sadist named Jezebeth Blandy. Dante and Swanson have a six-figure deal with the Phoenix Group to shoot three films and the TV pilot.
The initial small screen offering (the episode is entitled “Abigail” and named for a nine-year-old vampire featured in the show) is a spin-off from the film. Heather Beeman stars in the title role, leading a very colorful (mostly red) cast of characters. The majority of the filming was done in a badass looking Victorian style mansion in Richmond, Virginia, which suits the action onscreen very well.
For more on the Jezebeth film, and anything else the producers can come up with to feature the lovely Jezebeth, check out the official Jezebeth Facebook page.
From the Press Release
The creators are pleased to announced that filming of the “Jezebeth” TV series pilot “Abigail” is nearing completion. Shortly after the completion of the motion picture Jezebeth, the cable TV series went into production.
The first episode introduces the young nine-year-old vampire star Abigail. This spin-off of the movie Jezebeth will keep you on the edge of your seat. The TV series will give the viewers all that they long for: sexy vampires, torture, drama, and yes…plenty of blood.
The TV series stars Heather Beeman as Jezebeth, Drake Mefestta as Jonah, Frank Warpeha as Carl Trulane, Gwendolyn Graves as Cyanide, and Madeline Maser as the clairvoyant Lenora. The show is directed, produced, and written by Damien Dante and co-produced by Jeffrey A. Swanson. International distribution is being handled by the Phoenix Group. With only one weekend left of filming, the final scene to be shot will be the epic vampire bar scene. Stay tuned for more!.
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