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Vampire Chronicles' Anne Rice Is Working on a TV Series Adaptation

If you were a fan of Anne Rice's The Vampire Chronicles, get ready for the adaptation you've always wanted. According to Deadline, Rice revealed in a Facebook post that she has regained theatrical rights to the series, and she is now beginning to work on a television series adaptation. "The ... More »
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