May 12, 2012

Neil Marshall Replaces David Slade As Director Of 'THE LAST VOYAGE OF THE DEMETER'

HeatVision reports that The Last Voyage of The Demeter is finally moving forward as a new director has been named. Genre director Neil Marshall has been hired but it's unknown if any of the original cast members will stay on. Previously, David Slade (Hard Candy, 30 Days of Night) had been attached to helm the untold Dracula tale which focuses on the voyage to London where the crew of the Demeter are picked-off one by one. Actors such as Noomi Rapace, Jude Law and Ben Kingsley had been involved but seemingly have left the project. Marsall is best know for his cult-hits Dog Soldiers and The Descent but his recent films such as Centurion and Doomsday didn't impress anyone. Neil might get a little buzz later this year as he's been hired by HBO to direct an episode of Game of Thrones that will air this season.

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