The Hunger Remake Will Update Tony Scott's Vampire Classic at Warner Bros.

The Hunger Remake Will Update Tony Scott's Vampire Classic at Warner Bros.
Warner Bros announced that they will be sinking their teeth into a remake of The Hunger, an 80's erotic vampire cult classic starring the late singer, David Bowie. The original erotic tale of the undead, which was directed by Tony Scott, co-starred Susan Sarandon and Catherine Deneuve, was released in 1983 and became an instant cult classic due to its lavish, stylized appearance in a time when Gothic fashion and lifestyles were just starting to come to the fore. The movie was based on a Whitley Strieber novel of the same name, although it was a very loose adaptation.

While still in very early stages, Deadline reported that Angela Robinson, director of D.E.B.S. (and is no stranger to blood-sucking fiends as director on an episode of True Blood)- as well as executively producing and writing for the series) is close to signing on to helm the movie, while American Horror
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