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Killing on Carnival Row


  Tags: creatures, DEAD PROJECTS, detective, development hell, faeries, fairies, FANTASY, KILLERS, Killing on Carnival Row, noir, serial killer, Tarsem Singh, thriller, Travis Beacham, VAMPIRES

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Set in a futuristic Victorian city, where fantastical creatures, vampires, and faeries live alongside humans. These mythological inhabitants, subjugated by the humans, are forced into either menial or criminal lines of work to merely survive, such as drug dealing vampires and fairy prostitutes. When a serial killer begins murdering the faeries (a la Jack The Ripper) a human detective who's been engaged in a taboo relationship with a fairy courtesan becomes the prime suspect and he sets out to clear his name by finding the true culprit.


RELEASE DATE
2013/2014
CURRENT STATUS
Development Hell
LANGUAGE
English
PRODUCED BY
Kopelson Entertainment
MPAA RATING
N/A
OFFICIAL SITES
N/A
REVIEW
N/A
DIRECTED BY
Tarsem Singh
WRITTEN BY
Travis Beacham
STARRING
N/A

PROJECT DETAILS
  • Looks like this project never met its production date and and director Tarsem Singh has moved on to other projects. (7/11/16)
  • Filming was originally aimed to begin sometime June 2012 in New Orleans.
  • Director Tarsem Singh also helmed The Cell, The Fall and Immortals.
  • Writer Travis Beacham also scripted Clash of the Titans and Pacific Rim.
  • It's said that the fictional futuristic city is described to look like an 18th Century London.
  • Described as a "noir-style fantasy thriller."
  • It's said that the project was originally set up at New Line, and at one point were close to making it with Guillermo Del Toro and Neil Jordan.
  • This project has reportedly been in development since 2005.
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