Bloody Disgusting just got the exclusive drop on the first official casting for the Ben Ketai directed 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, Columbia Pictures and Ghost House Pictures’ direct-to-video sequel to the Steve Niles adaptation from 2007. Filming officially kicked off TODAY and beyond the break Bloody Disgusting has your official cast. Enjoy!
Here’s the casting breakdown for you guys, exclusive to Bloody Disgusting:
Rhys Coiro, who plays the infamous Billy in “Entourage” and takes on a major role in Screen Gems’ Straw Dogs remake, takes on one of the lead roles.
Mia Kirshner of The Black Dahlia and Party Monster) plays the lead vampire villain “Lilith”.
Also starring are Harold Perrineau (“Lost”, 28 Weeks Later), the beautiful Kiele Sanchez (A Perfect Getaway, Insanitarium, “Lost”) and genre vet Diora Baird (Night of the Demons, Texas Chiansaw Massacre: Te Beginning, Stan Helsing). Rhys Coiro and Monique Ganderton round out the cast.
Coiro starred in The Unborn and the forthcoming remake of Straw Dogs. Ganderton is the stunt double in tons of horror movies ranging from Joy Ride: Dead Ahead to Underworld: Evolution, White Noise 2: The Light and the forthcoming The Cabin in the Woods.
Plot crunch: After nearly a year of struggling to expose the truth, a desperate and lonely Stella decides to join a group of rogue vampire hunters to seek revenge on Lilith, the powerful vampire responsible for the attack on her Alaskan town…
Pictured in order of mention: Rhys Coiro, Mia Kirshner, Harold Perrineau, Kiele Sanchez and Diora Baird
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