Rob Lowe teaming with Tim Sullivan for horror pic?
Tim Sullivan, writer/director of “Driftwood” (now on DVD stateside – – haven’t seen it yet myself), tells the Windy City Times that he’ll he’ll do a vampire film starring Thomas Dekker and potentially, 80s icon Rob Lowe next year.
“My next flick is the sequel to Maniacs, and then after that, a project I am directing for Tobe Hooper with Diamond Dallas Page called Clowns. After that, however, I am going into production on a supernatural love story called Brothers of the Blood, depicting a love triangle between two male vampires and a female mortal. It will be sexy, scary, tragic, elegant, operatic and, yes, highly erotic. Thomas Dekker, who was on [ TV’s ] Heroes and is John Connor in the new Terminator TV series for Fox, will be playing the young male vampire, and we are in talks with Rob Lowe to play the elder.”
The full interview can be found Here
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