Official Sequel to the 1931 ‘Dracula’?

Here’s some interesting news that sort of hit me on the side of the head. “Jan De Bont’s (MEG) Blue Tulip Productions has teamed with Atchity Entertainment on a new feature which represents the first officially sanctioned sequel to Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula,’ ” according to Fangoria. “Tentatively titled The Un-Dead, after the subtitle of Stoker’s original novel, the script was written by Ian Holt and is set 25 years after the book’s events. All the surviving protagonists–including Jonathan and Mina Harker and Professor Van Helsing–appear, along with Inspector Cotford, a character cut from the original manuscript, facing the bloodsucking Count once again. The Stoker family has officially recognized Holt’s screenplay–the first adaptation to receive such approval since the original 1931 Bela Lugosi-starring film. Click the link above or below for the full article.

Source: Fangoria