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Breck Eisner’s ‘Blood of the Innocent’ Gets Fully Financed

First announced last June, Inferno Entertainment has come aboard to finance Victorian era horror-thriller Blood of the Innocent, with Circle of Confusion producing.

Breck Eisner (The Crazies) is still attached to direct and Bill Marsilii (Deja Vu) is writing. Click here to see what Eisner had to say about the project back in June 2010.

Project is based on a four-issue comic book series pitting Dracula against Jack the Ripper and published by Warp in 1985. “Blood of the Innocent” was written by Rickey Shanklin & Mark Wheatley and drawn by Marc Hempel & Mark Wheatley.

Marsilii has developed a pitch in which Jack the Ripper is saving the world by killing off Dracula’s brides.

It’s unclear if this will affect Eisner directing The Last Witch Hunter for Summit.


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