Interview with the Vampire, the teaser that presents the interview with Louis

A video has been released that anticipates what we will see in AMC’s television adaptation of Anne Rice’s 1976 novel of the same name. This is a disturbing teaser trailer featuring the voice of Louis de Pointe du Lac

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The teaser of the television series has been released Interview with the VampireAMC’s television adaptation of Anne Rice’s 1976 novel of the same name.

This is a disturbing teaser trailer featuring the voice of Louis de Pointe du Lac. The new video offered as a taster simply consists of a still shot of an old cassette player. One hand presses the play button and sets the tone for the audio.
You feel part of an interview in which an interviewer asks questions to the interviewee (forgive the repetitions but in the case of Interview with the Vampire you can’t do without it, since that interview is the fulcrum of everything). The subject in question is presumably the protagonist Louis de Pointe du Lac. They ask him if he has always been a vampire or if he has had a human past.

At that point a melancholy voice replies: he says he was a 33-year-old man when he was transformed into the monster he is today. A few seconds and this trailer cuts, showing the logo of the upcoming series.
This latest teaser confirms that fan predictions were spot on: the show will debut in the fall of 2022.

You can watch the teaser trailer of the television series Interview with the Vampire in the video you find at the head of this article.

Little information on the series


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While the series is still a few months away, very little is known about this TV version of Rice’s beloved bestseller.
For now, it has been announced that the AMC version is expected to adopt a tone of voice similar to the 1994 film adaptation.
The cast and production team will be different than those on the film.

The cast and production


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Jacob Anderson, the star of game of Thrones (he played Gray Worm in HBO’s acclaimed fantasy series) will step into the shoes of Louis while Sam Reid will play Lestat de Lioncourt.

Series executive producer Mark Johnson, following AMC’s announcement of the project, spoke of the excitement of building a show based on Rice’s novel: “The challenge of adapting groundbreaking work and Anne Rice’s immensely compelling is intimidating and hilarious, “Johnson said.” Having previously produced films from such unique works, I recognize both the responsibility and obligation we owe to the material. I firmly believe that with AMC and Rolin Jones we are equipped to meet this challenge and to thrill and entertain both Anne Rice’s loyal fans and the viewer who is just now discovering her work, ”added Mark Johnson.

Director and screenwriter


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Alan Taylor will be directing the first two episodes of the series, which will consist of eight episodes.

“I have a personal connection with the book,” said Taylor. “I have read Interview with the Vampire and I loved it, because it gave me this impression that everything else written by vampires is a bitch, while that’s the truth. This is reality, and what could actually happen if vampires existed ”.
It will debut in the US on AMC and AMC + in the fall and the script will be written by Rolin Jones, executive producer and showrunner of the series. Filming for the show is currently underway.



Interview with the Vampire, Jacob Anderson of Game of Thrones will be Louis

Originally written in 1976, the novel Interview with the Vampire (Interview with the Vampire in Italian) focuses on the character of Louis de Pointe du Lac, a 200-year-old vampire. The book (as well as the movie and probably this series) tells the story of Louis’ incredible life, offered to an unnamed interviewer.

Rice’s novel has earned the title of a modern classic. It boasts almost universally positive reviews and has managed to convince both critics and audiences.
The author, Anne Rice, was involved in the production of the AMC television series (along with her son Christopher) but sadly died in December 2021, before the project was completed.
She passed away at the age of 80 due to complications from a stroke, her son announced on the writer’s Facebook page. Christopher Rice is still one of the producers on the project.

Below we show you the post with which the official Twitter account of the series presented this new teaser (the second, so far).

Interview with the Vampire, the teaser that presents the interview with Louis