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    This is a preview of our pop culture newsletter The Daily Beast’s Obsessed, written by senior editor Kevin Fallon. To receive the full newsletter in your inbox each week, sign up for it here. In my world, it is a rule more sacred than a religious commandment that if anyone uses the phrase “Spooky Season” either to me or in my vicinity, they are excommunicated from my life and immediately reported to the police for their violent crime. I’m not one to pleasure-shame. (Liking Hocus Pocus is not a personality.) Enjoy what you enjoy and make no apologies! (Your ranking of all the Nightmare on Elm Street movies is not interesting.) Good for you! (I’m sorry, you spent how much on a Halloween costume?) OK, the hypocrisy is unfair. I am not proud of it. I do desperately want to encourage people to follow their bliss… but when that bliss leads them to the Target seasonal aisle to buy haunted house decorations in late August—you know who you are—I am tested. It is my desire to be inclusive and celebrate...
    AMC Anne Rice’s famous book series and film of the same name, “Interview with the Vampire,” is getting the TV series treatment, premiering on Sunday, October 2 at 10 p.m. ET/PT times on AMC. If you don’t have cable, you can watch a live stream of the show on FuboTV, DirecTV Stream or Philo TV, which all include AMC and come with a free trial. Those are the best live stream options if you’re cutting cable, but there are also some other alternatives, so here’s a full guide on the different ways to watch “Interview with the Vampire” streaming online:Heavy may earn an affiliate commission if you sign up via a link on this pagePhilo TVYou can watch a live stream of AMC and 60-plus other TV channels on Philo TV, which comes with a seven-day free trial: Philo Free Trial Once signed up for Philo, you can watch “Interview with the Vampire” live on the Philo app, which is available on your Roku, Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV or Firestick, Apple TV, Chromecast (compatible on Android mobile),...
    THE STORY of Ann Rice's 1976 novel has been to used create an action-packed series that premieres in October 2022. Interview with the Vampire will be shown exclusively on AMC and AMC+. 2Jacob Anderson is pictured as Louis De Point Du Lac in Interview with the Vampire How can I watch Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire? Interview with the Vampire will be released on October 2, 2022, at 10pm EST. The series will air on AMC, and will also be available to stream on the streaming service AMC+. The first two episodes will premiere that night and be available for streaming at that time READ MORE ON THE US SUNmortal beauty Inside home of late vampire novelist Anne Rice – a former chapel & orphanageSTAR CAST What to know about the cast of Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire The first season consists of 8 episodes. Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire: Who's in the cast? Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire features a star-studded cast that includes versatile actor Jacob Anderson. Jacob Anderson, who stars as Louis de Pointe...
    INTERVIEW with the Vampire is an upcoming series based on a book written by Anne Rice. The series, which premiers on October 2, 2022, features a star-studded cast. 2Sam Reid is pictured as Lestat De Lioncourt in Interview with the Vampire Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire: Who's in the cast? Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire features a star-studded cast that includes versatile actor Jacob Anderson. Jacob Anderson, who stars as Louis de Pointe du Lac in the series, is popularly known for his role in Game of Thrones, where he starred as Grey Worm. Commenting on his character in the Interview with the Vampire, Jacob said in an interview: "I love how much Louis aches in the book. I love that he is mourning his past existence, and our Louis is very much that as well. READ MORE ON THE US SUNmortal beauty Inside home of late vampire novelist Anne Rice – a former chapel & orphanageBOOK MONEY Details on Interview with the Vampire author's, Anne Rice, net worth "But I’d say our Louis has a little bit...
    FOLLOWING the death of famed novelist Anne Rice on December 11, 2021, fans have been given an inside look at her former home – and it’s every bit as quirky as one might imagine. Purchased by Rice in 1993, the 19th-century red-brick building was once both an orphanage and a Catholic girl’s school, but the author turned it into the largest home in New Orleans – taking up an entire city block. 10Anne Rice rose to fame after she wrote Interview With The VampireCredit: Getty Images - Getty 10She bought her stunning home in 1993Credit: Jam Press The 47,000 sq ft building, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, was used by Rice to host charity fundraisers and give public tours. Inside, she used the section of the home – now dubbed The Chapel – that was used for religious services during the orphanage days to house her extensive doll collection. Following her husband’s death, the author decided to downsize and sold the building to developers in 2018, who have since converted the home into luxury condos. The...
    Author Anne Rice used to turn up to her own book signings in a horse-drawn hearse, rising from a glass coffin to greet her readers, and yet, she insisted, she was 'never particularly wild or crazy'.  Rice, who has died aged 80 from complications of a stroke, is best known for the hugely popular Vampire Chronicles series, which includes Interview With The Vampire – later turned into the 1994 hit film starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. She wrote more than 30 books over 42 years, including the erotic Sleeping Beauty series and a two-volume retelling of the life of Jesus.  Her most recent book, Blood Communion: A Tale of Prince Lestat, was published in 2018.  Eccentric: Author Anne Rice, who has died aged 80, used to turn up to her own book signings in a horse-drawn hearse, rising from a glass coffin to greet her readers, and yet, she insisted, she was 'never particularly wild or crazy'. Pictured, in costume in 1996 (left) and in 2016 In her blood: Anne grew up in an Irish Catholic family in New Orleans,...
    Author Anne Rice who wrote Interview with the Vampire died surrounded by her family last night.  The New Orleans writer, born in Louisiana and famed for her works including The Vampire Chronicles, died due to complications from an earlier stroke she suffered.    Her son Christopher penned a sorrowful statement confirming the news on her public Facebook page.  He wrote: 'Dearest People of Page. This is Anne's son Christopher and it breaks my heart to bring you this sad news. The New Orleans writer, born in Louisiana and famed for her works including The Vampire Chronicles, died due to complications from an earlier stroke she suffered 'Earlier tonight, Anne passed away due to complications resulting from a stroke. She left us almost nineteen years to the day my father, her husband Stan, died.  'The immensity of our family's grief cannot be overstated. As my mother, her support for me was unconditional — she taught me to embrace my dreams, reject conformity and challenge the dark voices of fear and self-doubt. As a writer, she taught me to defy genre boundaries and...
    ANNE Rice, the gothic novelist widely known for her bestselling novel Interview with the Vampire, died late Saturday at the age of 80. Rice died due to complications from a stroke, her son Christopher Rice announced on her Facebook page and his Twitter page. 1Anne Rice has died aged 80Credit: Getty Images - Getty “In her final hours, I sat beside her hospital bed in awe of her accomplishments and her courage,” Christopher Rice wrote in the statement. Anne Rice was the author of the 1976 novel Interview with the Vampire, which was later adapted into a movie starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt in 1994. It was also expected to be portrayed in a TV series on AMC and AMC+ in 2022. Rice was expected to be interred during a private ceremony at a family mausoleum in New Orleans on an undisclosed date, according to the statement. A public celebration of life was to take place next year. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for...
    Anne Rice, the gothic novelist widely known for her bestselling novel "Interview with the Vampire," died late Saturday at the age of 80.Rice died due to complications from a stroke, her son Christopher Rice announced on her Facebook page and his Twitter page."In her final hours, I sat beside her hospital bed in awe of her accomplishments and her courage," Christopher Rice wrote in the statement.Anne Rice was the author of the 1976 novel "Interview with the Vampire," which was later adapted into a movie starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt in 1994. It was also expected to be portrayed in a TV series on AMC and AMC+ in 2022.The novel introduced the character of the vampire Lestat, who would be the central character in the 13-book Vampire Chronicles series, the most recent of which was published in 2018."I had an idea of Lestat as the man of action, the man who could do things that I couldn't do," Rice said in a talk at Southern Illinois University in 2010."Interview with the Vampire" was made into a successful feature film...
    (CNN)Anne Rice, author of the best-selling Vampire Chronicles novel series, died Saturday, her son announced on social media.She passed away due to complications resulting from a stroke, Christopher Rice said.Rice's biggest success was her first novel, "Interview with the Vampire," which was published in 1976 and introduced the character of the vampire Lestat, who would be the central character in the 13-book Chronicles series, the most recent of which was published in 2018. "I had an idea of Lestat as the man of action, the man who could do things that I couldn't do," Rice said in a talk at Southern Illinois University in 2010."Interview with the Vampire" was made into a successful feature film in 1994, helping to reignite interest in the vampire genre which continued with the TV series "The Vampire Diaries" and the "Twilight" film series.Read MoreAlthough she lived most of her life in California, Rice was a native of New Orleans and set many of her stories there, according to her website biography.Rice's son, Christopher Rice, said he was at his mother's bedside when she died....
    Anne Rice revolutionized vampire stories with her famous chronicles. Although the novels of the writer still cause a lot of debate among purists and great connoisseurs of the vampire theme, her influence on other creators and even on the cinema cannot be denied. Interview with the Vampire – 61% was this first attempt to adapt Rice’s work and the film starring Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Kirsten Dunst quickly became a benchmark for the genre. Of course, this universe is so vast that it has always been tried to return it to the screen. After many efforts and films that remained stagnant, the series of Interview with the Vampire. Keep reading: Interview with the Vampire: Louis will be played by a black actor in the new adaptation of the novel Despite the name, the idea is that the series encompasses Rice’s vampire chronicles in an attempt to create a world that allows many seasons and even spin-offs as is being done with Game of Thrones – 59% and The Lord of the Rings : The Fellowship of the Ring –...
    Anne Rice revolutionized vampire stories with her famous chronicles. Although the novels of the writer still cause a lot of debate among purists and great connoisseurs of the vampire theme, her influence on other creators and even on the cinema cannot be denied. Interview with the Vampire – 61% was this first attempt to adapt Rice’s work and the film starring Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Kirsten Dunst quickly became a benchmark for the genre. Of course, this universe is so vast that it has always been tried to return it to the screen. After many efforts and films that remained stagnant, the series of Interview with the Vampire. Keep reading: Interview with the Vampire: Louis will be played by a black actor in the new adaptation of the novel Despite the name, the idea is that the series encompasses Rice’s vampire chronicles in an attempt to create a world that allows many seasons and even spin-offs as is being done with Game of Thrones – 59% and The Lord of the Rings : The Fellowship of the Ring –...
    More On: vampires Fangs a shot! ‘Dracula’s castle’ lures visitors with COVID vaccines Biden cabinet pick once produced weird NYC vampire flick with Christopher Walken The tooth hurts: ‘Vampire fangs’ are TikTok’s latest challenge going poorly Vampire-slaying kit with Bible, crucifix and gun goes to auction The network behind “The Walking Dead” and supernatural horror drama “NOS4A2” just got a lot scarier. AMC announced Thursday that it has greenlit “Interview With the Vampire,” a series based on author Anne Rice’s 1976 debut novel, which is part of the book series “The Vampire Chronicles.” The first eight-episode season is expected to premiere next year on both the AMC network and AMC+. Last year, AMC landed the rights to the 18 titles in Rice’s “Vampire Chronicles” and “Lives of the Mayfair Witches” series as part of a deal with the author and her son, Christopher Rice, both of whom will serve as non-writing executive producers. AMC plans to build a multi-show universe around the Rice books. The acquisition may shape up to be a fruitful one — the pair of...
    Teamsters vow to unionize Amazon from "coast to coast" Confluent stock closes 25% higher than pricing on first day of trade © Columbia "Interview with the Vampire" starred Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. Columbia An "Interview with the Vampire" show is coming to AMC and AMC+ next year. Rolin Jones ("Friday Night Lights") will serve as showrunner. AMC acquired the rights to Anne Rice's "Vampire Chronicles" in May 2020. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. AMC is going from zombies to vampires next year. The network announced Thursday it has greenlit an adaptation of Anne Rice's "Interview with the Vampire" to series. The show, which will debut on AMC and AMC+ in 2022, will mark the beginning of a planned franchise around Rice's works for the network. Last May, AMC acquired the rights to both Rice's best-selling "Vampire Chronicles" and "Lives of the Mayfair Witches" book series. Rolin Jones ("Friday Night Lights"), who has an overall deal with AMC Studios, will serve as creator, showrunner, executive producer, and writer. Mark Johnson ("Breaking Bad," "Better Call Saul")...
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