What do you get with you bring a giant and a dwarf together? The answer is a vampire movie called Good, Bad & Undead.
According to different reports, Aquaman star Jason Momoa and Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage are in talks to star in an upcoming Van Helsing titled Good, Bad & Undead.
Both stars were among the cast of Game of Thrones; Momoa played the Dothraki leader Khal Drogo, while Dinklage was the scene-stealing, immoral dwarf Tyrion Lannister.
Though his character didn’t last long in the hit HBO series, Momoa’s performance as Drogo will not be easily forgotten. Dinklage, on the other hand, was undoubtedly the most outstanding actor in the series, winning a record-breaking 4 Emmys for his mesmerizing portrayal of a fan-favorite character.
One can only imagine what to expect when you put these two actors side by side in a movie. Fortunately, that is about to happen.
Variety reports that Good, Bad & Undead is presently being developed at Legendary Pictures and that Dinklage will play vampire hunter Van Helsing.
Dinklage’s character teams up with Momoa’s (a vampire who has promised not to kill again). Together, they start running a scam for money. When a huge bounty is placed on Momoa’s character’s head, both men are forced to go on the run.
The story is based on an original idea from mark Swift and Damian Shannon (both of whom wrote Friday the 13th and the Baywatch reboot).
From the plot description, the movie will have some comedy elements to go with its action-horror; something that should please fans. Also, several actors have played Van Helsing, but we have never seen the character portrayed by a dwarf so things should be very interesting in Good, Bad & Undead.
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