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SUBJECT: 30 Days of Night
In 2002, Sam Raimi and his partner Rob Tapert formed Ghost House Pictures, dedicated to producing high-concept genre films. One of the first properties they optioned was the graphic novel 30 Days of Night, in which a group of bloodthirsty, voracious vampires attack Barrow, Alaska, which each winter plunges into a state of darkness which lasts a month. Several movies later, including The Grudge, Boogeyman and The Messengers, 30 Days of Night has finally reached the big screen in all its gory magnificence.
Q: When Ghost House Pictures was formed, this was one of the first things you optioned. Itís been a long journey. Was it worth the wait and going through the various scripts and a couple directors and finding the right people?
Q: Did you ever consider directing this yourself?
Q: Can you talk about the love story between Eben and Stella and why that part of the film interested you?
Q: Are you familiar with Dark Days, the sequel to 30 Days of Night?
Written by Judy Sloane. Back to top
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