Interview With The Vampire is AMC’s upcoming Drama, Fantasy, and Horror series Created by Rolin Jones. The series is set to be released on October 2, 2022, in the United States. It also featured Kalyne Coleman as Grace, Assad Zaman as Rashid, and Maura Grace Athari as Antoinette. Anne Rice’s The Vampire Chronicles series which AMC purchased the rights to in 2020.
Jacob Anderson Opens Up About How His Louis Differs From the Novel
During AMC‘s show Anne Rice’s Interview With The Vampire, Jacob Anderson Opens Up About How Louis Differs, and Jacob Anderson says why Louis de Pointe du Lac is different From the Iconic Novel and characterizes his take on Louis as having “more backbone”. Louis de Pointe du Lac “Louis” is a fictional character in Anne Rice’s The Vampire Chronicles series.
Who played the role of Louis?
Jacob Anderson played the role of the character Louis de Pointe du Lac. Jacob Anderson is a British actor and musician his full name is Jacob Basil Anderson. Best known for Jacob Anderson for his role as Grey Worm in the TV series Game of Thrones, he also commonplace appearances in the 1st seasons of Episodes and Broadchurch.
Jacob says he loves playing Louis because “Louis was always creole, but now he’s Black creole. And it’s very much a part of the story and I’m very proud of that. In terms of backlash, I don’t want to give them any more time than they’re already getting.”
Interview With The Vampire
The series was Directed by Levan Akin, Keith Powell, and Alan Taylor and written by Rolin Jones, Hannah Moscovitch, Jonathan Ceniceroz, Coline Abert, Eleanor Burgess, David B. Harris, Ben Philippe, and Anne Rice. Interview With The Vampire series is based on a novel named The Vampire Chronicles were written by Anne Rice.
The cast of the Interview With The Vampire series
Here are some cast Members of this series Sam Reid as Lestat de Lioncourt, Jacob Anderson as Louis de Pointe du Lac, Eric Bogosian as Daniel Molloy, Chris Stack as Thomas ‘Tom’ Anderson, Kalyn Coleman as Grace De Pointe Du Lac, Victoria Harris as Liberty working girl, Maura Grace Athari as Antoinette, Rachel Alana Handler as Peg Leg Doris, Jeff Pope as Finn O’Shea, River Olden as Doughboy, Rudy Eisenzopf as Chief Bardeen and More.