There's good news and bad news about Amy Heckerling's Vamps. The good news is, a large portion of the two new clips from the vampire comedy are full of classic Heckerling comedy (like the bit about embalming lotion.)
At long last, here's a trailer for Vamps, the comedy that reunites Clueless director Amy Heckerling with Alicia Silverstone. It's a story about two lady vampires trying to make it in New York — but the real meat is in the side characters, including Sigourney Weaver and Cousin Matthew (Dan Stevens)!
You've already seen our massive gallery of images from Vamps by Amy Heckerling (of Clueless fame). Now get an eyeful of cult goddess Sigourney Weaver, vamping it out as the movie's big bad.
After the success of Bridesmaids, we're stoked for the next big female-centric comedy. Could Clueless creator's Amy Heckerling's supernatural romcom Vamps be the supernatural answer to the Hangover? We spoke with the producer to get the bloody details on Vamps.
Do we really need another vampire movie? If it's a ridiculous AbFab-style comedy from the director of Clueless, then maybe yes. Check out Alicia Silverstone and Krysten Ritter as two beautiful vamps... who were turned by vampire queen Sigourney Weaver.
Continuing her reign as ruler over the genre films, Sigourney Weaver was cast as the vampire Queen in Amy Heckerling's modern-day New York vampire film Vamps. Hopefully she'll show True Blood's Evan Rachel Wood how Royal Vampirism is done. [THR]
In the midst of a vampire-movie flood, there's one film we're very excited about: Amy Heckerling's Vamps. Besides bringing back Heckerling's partnership with Alicia Silverstone, it sounds pretty clever clever according to what the lead, Krysten Ritter, told us. Spoilers...
Let's all hope and pray that Amy Heckerling has the know-how to make a charming and clever vampire romantic comedy. If not, then her latest project Vamps could open the floodgates of vampire Sex And The City rip offs.