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article imageJohn Carpenter to direct updated version of 'Dracula'

By Andrew Moran     Jun 6, 2010 in Entertainment
Some describe him as a horror legend for directing such films as "The Thing" and "Halloween." Carpenter returns to the director's chair for an updated version of Bram Stoker's "Dracula" titled "Fangland," which is based on a 2007 novel.
In 1998, John Carpenter directed the film “Vampires,” which was loosely based on a novel. Twelve years later, Carpenter will direct a modern version of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” which will star Hilly Swank as Evangeline Harker, according to JoBlo.
The film will be based on a 2007 novel titled “Fangland” that was written by “60 Minutes” producer John Marks. The story is about a New York producer who travels to Romania where she meets with a European arms dealer who happens to be Dracula as well, reports Worst Previews.
Mark Wheaton wrote the screen adaptation and, according to Shockya, Swank will play the producer.
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