Monday, April 15, 2013

Female Vampire stars announced for upcoming Vampire Academy film

It's been a half year since the end of the Twilight saga which means it's time to start planning for the next line of teen girl vampire romance/drama films based on novels to help add to the stereotype that Vampires aren't monsters but instead extremely thoughtful people with several millenniums worth of emotional baggage just wanting to be loved.   This time around it will come from Richelle Meads New York Times best selling series "Vampire Academy" (Not to be confused with the Canadian television series "Vampire High").

The first film in the planned franchise which according to IMDB is set for a Valentines Day 2014 release in the US will be titled "Blood Sisters".  For those not familiar with the series it is told from the point of view of a teenage Dhampir named "Rose" who is in training to become the guardian of a Moroi named "Lissa" who happens to be her best friend and the reason she has her powers.  For those of you who have no idea what exactly that means, basically a Bloodrayne style vamp is learning to be the protector of a Twilight style vamp. 

So far we know who will be playing 3 of the main characters in the film with two of them being our main female vampires. So without any further ado here are the newest Vampire Beauties on the block.

First we have Rose.  Described as 5'7" with dark hair and dark eyes (IE your stereotypical vampire novel lead damsel) she will be played by teen actress Zoey Deutch.

  The second main vampire is Lissa.  Described as an 18 year old with platinum blonde hair and green eyes she will be played by Lucy Fry.

If you don't know who these girls are now enjoy it while it lasts because in one year from now they'll be all over the media.  Here's to hoping that at least one of them has a similar fang obsession as Ashley Green.

1 comment:

  1. Actually Rose is a Dhampir not a vampire but thanks for the information as to who is playing whom. I actually though of Lissa as looking younger than Lucy Fry.

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