Grahame-Smith's Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Coming to the Big Screen

Yes folks, Seth Grahame Smith’s latest novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter will hit the big screen in 2012. The book was released last year and debuted at number four on the New York Times Best Seller list. Also he has been chosen to write the screenplay for this film by producers Timur Bekmambetov, Tim Burton and Jim Lemley. 20th Century Fox is producing the film and Benjamin Walker plays as Abraham Lincoln. Henry Jackman will compose the Soundtrack for this film. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is currently in production and slated for release on June 22, 2012.

Seth Grahame-Smith, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, movie, book, cover It is a wonderful tale that follows the course of Abraham Lincoln's life, the story begins with death of his mother and his vow to Henry Sturges to get his revenge on her murderers (vampires), Henry Sturges is a vampire who trains Lincoln to be the best vampire hunter. The story goes into vast detail about how Abe killed numerous vampires during his life. It follows Abraham Lincoln from the age of nine until his assassination.

This is a fascinating biographical mystical story in which Seth Grahame Smith "gathers" the undisclosed life of the late president from The Journal of Abe. The narrative is arranged to use the journal as if it was actually written by Abe, but hidden until discovered by Seth Grahame Smith; and add-on with details and pictures from Abe's life. Attractive in many ways, Grahame Smith presents a well printed "past" explanation of President Lincoln. Though be short of assumption speculate why no one disclosed the undead details, including Abe, to the general public, who should have known anyhow about the reality of vampires pressuring US for example using slave holder as followers and slaves as food.

If you are a history buff or a lover of vampire lore, then you will absolutely love this movie.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter New Video Trailer

Seth Grahame-Smith Interview

abraham lincoln, vampire hunter, poster, image, theatrical

For more information about the movie, please visit IMDB: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter


  1. Oh how fabulous! Love the idea of this - must get the book - but after the movie. Movie's always let me down after a good book - better to day it the other way round I find. Thanks for the heads up - I hadn't heard a peep! Thanks for the follow over at wordsinsync too! I'm following back! Shah. X


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