Spider-Man: In the Spider-Verse – Paramount Pictures bought the rights to the movie “Blood Count”, which will be directed by Peter Ramsey.
‘Spider-Man: In the Spider-Verse’ Oscar-Winning Director Prepares to Make a 1950s Vampire Movie – Today News 24
Peter Ramsey, who directed the highly acclaimed and Best Animated Feature Oscar winner Spider-Man: In the Spider-Verse with Bob Persichetti and Rodney Rothman, is preparing to shoot a live-action movie this time.
The film, whose rights were acquired by Paramount Pictures and Spring Hill, will tell the story of a vampire set in the 1950s. The movie, called “Blood Count”, is summarized as a film noir set in 1950s Los Angeles, intertwined with supernatural elements. The project is also inspired by the life of director Peter Ramsey’s jazz musician father.
Peter Ramsey will write the script of the project, which is currently in the preliminary stage. LeBron James, Jamal Henderson, and Spencer Beighley are producing the movie “Blood Count”. No announcement has been made about the cast of the movie yet.
Peter Ramsey, an illustrator, and storyboard illustrator made his directorial debut with the DreamWorks animation called The Legendary Five. After the Oscar-winning Spider-Man: In the Spider-Verse, he directed the animated series “When The People”, consisting of three-minute short films about human rights.
Ramsey’s latest project, the animated series “Lost Ollie”, which tells the story of a lost toy, is currently in post-production. “Blood Count” will be the director’s first live-action film.