EFM 2013: The Weinstein Co. Acquires Blood Sisters: Vampire Academy for Valentine's Day 2014 Release
In one of the biggest U.S. deals ever to emerge from the European Film Market in Berlin, The Weinstein Co. (no doubt hoping for a franchise) has won a bidding war for Stateside rights to Mark Waters' adaptation of Blood Sisters, the first book in Richelle Mead's Vampire Academy series.
We told you about the film adaptation of the Richelle Mead novel series Vampire Academy, which is written by Daniel Waters (Heathers) and directed by his brother, Mean Girls helmer Mark Waters, a while ago, and now we have some casting news.
We told you about the film adaptation of the Richelle Mead novel series Vampire Academy a while ago, and the project has gathered quite a bit of steam over the last few months. Read on for the latest.
One of our favorite older flicks around these parts is without question the ultra-creepy Day of the Triffids. With Sam Raimi as one of the driving forces behind the remake, it's impossible to not be excited. Read on for an update on the latest spooker from Ghost House.
As I am writing this, midnight movie screenings of the latest Twilight flick are selling out everywhere. No surprise to know that many movie production companies would like to suck up some of that tweener paranormal romance money. This is good news for authors like Richelle Mead and her New York Times best selling Vampire Academy book series. She'll reap the rewards, and horror fans will continue to weep for the genre.