While Alan Ball is hard at work on season two of “True Blood”, that doesn’t mean he’s stopped thinking about other projects he’ll want to tackle in the near future. He recently chatted with MTV’s Movie Blog about two scripts that he hopes will see him return to the big screen in a unique way.
The first is a screwball comedy set in 1936, which I doubt will appeal to many hardcore horror fans. The other, though, is described as ”a dark, dark comedy about a woman who just gets fed up with being a doormat … And it’s got a body count!”
So a horror/comedy could be one of the next projects Ball’s name is attached to? I can live with that. Though he’s being very secretive about it for some reason, I’m sure we’ll be getting more details in the coming months.
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