‘Good Bad & Undead’: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Peter Dinklage-Jason Momoa's vampire thriller
All you hardcore ‘Game of Thrones’ fans, here's reason to rejoice! Two stars from the fan-favorite HBO show — Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa — are all set to star in the vampire action-adventure ‘Good Bad & Undead’.
According to Deadline, the duo — who never shared the same frame in GoT — has signed the new film, and Dinklage will be seen as Van Helsing, the "last in a long line of vampire hunters." The buddy thriller is based on an original idea by Mark Swift and Damian Shannon.
There is no confirmation on the official date right now but stay tuned for the latest updates.
The plot of the movie, according to reports, is: "Van Helsing (Peter Dinklage), last in a long line of vampire hunters, develops an uneasy partnership with another vampire (Jason Momoa) who has taken a vow never to kill again. Together they run a scam from town to town, where Van Helsing pretends to vanquish the vampire for money. But when a massive bounty is put on the vampire’s head, everything in this dangerous world full of monsters and magic is now after them. The intent is Midnight Run in a Bram Stoker world."
Peter Dinklage is all set to play Van Helsing in the movie. The actor has won the Emmy Award a record number of four times for his performance in ‘Game of Thrones’ and he signed up for a role in the upcoming film ‘Last Sons Of America’ last year. He is also known for his work on 'Elf' (2003), 'Lassie' (2005), 'Underdog' (2007), 'Death at a Funeral' (2007) and 'The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian' (2008).
Jason Momoa will play a vampire in the film and more details are yet to be out. The actor is known for playing Khal Drogo in 'Game of Thrones' and Aquaman in 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice', 'Justice League', and 'Aquaman'.
Max Barbakow will direct the film. He is known for the Andy Samberg-Cristin Milioti starrer 'Palm Springs', which set the Sundance Film Festival acquisition record in a $22 million deal by Neon and Hulu. He also wrote and directed dark comedy 'The Duke' and the autobiographical documentary 'Mommy, I’m a Bastard!'.
There is no official trailer for the film yet, but watch this space as we'll update the trailer details when they land.
Where to watch
More details about that will be out soon. Stay tuned!
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