Games Of Thrones Stars Peter Dinklage And Jason Momoa Reunite For Vampire Movie

It’s now a year since Game of Thrones ended, but two of the show’s stars are reuniting for a project. However, this one is quite a bit different from their previous work together. Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa have reportedly signed on to star together as a vampire and a vampire hunter in a new action-adventure movie.

The news comes from Deadline, which reports Dinklage will play legendary vampire hunter Van Helsing in the upcoming movie Good Bad & Undead. In the film, he forms an uneasy alliance with Momoa’s character, a vampire that has vowed never to kill again. The two venture from town to town, scamming locals by having Van Helsing act as though he’s killing the vampire for money. Ultimately, an actual bounty is put on the vampire’s head and the two end up on the run in a magical world of monsters.

Max Barbakow (Palm Springs) is set to direct from a script by Damian Shannon and Mark Swift (Baywatch, Freddy vs. Jason). “We’re so excited about this one. Who doesn’t want to see Peter Dinklage as Van Helsing and Jason Momoa as a vampire?! This is dream casting,” the writing duo said in a tweet. “We’ll never stop fighting to get original stories made. We think you’re gonna love what we are all cooking up. Hopefully more news soon!”

There is no set production start or release date for Good Bad and Undead announced as of yet. If you need more Momoa in your life, though, you’re in luck. It’s been announced that a different cut of the Justice League movie is on the way from original director Zack Snyder. You might say it’s a Snyder cut of the film. It’s set to arrive on HBO Max in 2021.

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