Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Director Is Making a Live-Action Vampire Movie

Peter Ramsey has been closely linked to animation since his beginnings in the world of cinema, but his next film will be a real-image vampire thriller. Blood Count is still very early in development, but Peter Ramsey has already written the script and will direct the film.

As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Blood Count will be a period vampire thriller produced by Paramount. In the production we also find LeBron James and Maverick Carter’s SpringHill, along with James, Jamal Henderson and Spencer Beighley.

The film will be set in Los Angeles of the 50s, with a noir aesthetic and supernatural elements. Another piece of information that has been shared about Blood Count is that the film will be inspired by the life of Peter Ramsey’s father, a jazz musician.

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Two of the most outstanding works of Peter Ramsey, and that you have surely seen, they are the films Rise of the Guardians (2012) and Spider-Man: A New Universe (2018). In The origin of the guardians, Ramsey directed a film that brought fantastic characters such as Santa Claus or The Easter Bunny to our days.

Spider-Man: A new universe hardly needs an introduction, since we will soon see its two sequels land: Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part 1 and Part 2. On that film, Ramsey served as co-director with Bob Persichetti and Rodney Rothman.

His other works also include: the DreamWorks series Horror Stories (2009) , a short film from Monsters vs. Aliens (2009) and their recent collaboration with the mini series We are united (2021), which reviewed rights and citizenship with animated video clips of artists popular.

This year, Peter Ramsey will premiere for Netflix the series Lost Ollie about a doll that travels the countryside looking for the boy who lost him and about that boy who has lost much more than a great friend.