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Hilary Swank Refutes ‘Fangland’ Casting

Empire spoke to Hilary Swank, star of the upcoming Conviction, at the film’s London Film Festival premiere last night, and took the opportunity to quiz her about her much-mooted involvement with John Carpenter’s Fangland. Sounds like she’s not actually attached. “I guess that’s why they call it a rumour, huh?” she told the mag’s website, confirming that she has nothing to do with the project, a post 9/11 reworking of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula”. She said nothing more on the subject. Brutal. “Fangland” is based on the 2007 novel by former “60 Minutes” producer John Marks. It’s centered on a New York-based producer who travels to Romania for an interview with a notorious European arms dealer, who turns out to be a modern-day Dracula.



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