'GoT' actors Peter Dinklage, Jason Momoa to star in vampire film

Along with starring in 'Good Bad & Undead', the actors will also produce the film

Entertainment Desk May 21, 2020

If you feel you haven't had enough of Game of Thrones stars sharing screen together, you're in for some good news!

The hit HBO show stars are now teaming up for a vampire movie called Good Bad & Undead.

According to Deadline Hollywood, the film will see Dinklage playing Van Helsing, the last in the long line of vampire hunters, who develops an uneasy partnership with Momoa’s character, a vampire who’s sworn to never kill again.


The two men run a scam where they go from town to town where Van Helsing pretends to kill the vampire for money. However, things get complicated when the vampire gets a real bounty on his head, resulting in them having to legitimately fight for their lives in this magic and monster-filled world.

As per reports, Good Bad & Undead is described as Midnight Run in a Bram Stoker world, referring to the author of 1897’s Dracula. The story is based on an original idea by Mark Swift and Damian Shannon, and Palm Springs director Max Barbakow has been tapped to helm the feature. Along with starring in Good Bad & Undead, Dinklage and Momoa will also produce.

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In addition to his work on the Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti-led Palm Springs, which screened at the Sundance Film Festival and scored a $22 million acquisition deal by Neon and Hulu, Max Barbakow’s other credits include the short film The Duke and the documentary Mommy, I’m a Bastard!.

The actors worked were last seen in Emmy winning magnum opus, Game of Thrones. The show was deemed as a welcome boost for both the actor’s careers, with the former appearing as Khal Drogo in Seasons 1 and 2, and the latter playing Tyrion Lannister throughout the entire series’ run.

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