Game Of Thrones Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa team up for horror film

Game Of Thrones stars Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa are set to join forces in a brand new action horror film Good Bad & Undead.

The actors, who played Tyrion Lannister and Khal Drogo in the HBO franchise, have been cast in the project, which Deadline reports is as an original idea by Damian Shannon and Mark Swift.

According to the publication, Dinklage will play Van Helsing, the last in a long line of vampire hunters.

He is said to develop an ‘uneasy partnership with a vampire (Momoa) who has taken a vow never to kill again.’

‘Together they run a scam from town to town, where Van Helsing pretends to vanquish the Vampire for money,’ the synopsis teases.

‘But when a massive bounty is put on the Vampire’s head, everything in this dangerous world full of monsters and magic is now after them.’

The Game Of Thrones cast has been seriously busy since the fantasy epic ended last year after eight seasons.

Dinklage has got a whole bunch of exciting projects lined up, including starring in the upcoming thriller I Care A Lot, which is currently in post-production and due for release later this year.

He’s also lending his voice to Phil Betterman for The Croods 2, which is expected to hit cinemas 23 December.

If that wasn’t enough, Dinklage has also been cast in The Thicket and Brothers, which are both currently in the pre-production stage.

It’s also been announced that he’ll star opposite Game Of Thrones actor Alexander Skarsgard as a Machiavellian right-hand man in the action film The Dwarf.

Meanwhile, Momoa landed the main role in Apple TV+ series See after Game Of Thrones ended.

The show, which is set in the distant future where the human race has lost the sense of sight, has been renewed for a second season.

He’s also bagged a role in the upcoming sci-film Dune, which is due to hit cinemas in December, as well as Sweet Girl, a thriller due for release next year.

And, course, Jason will be reprising the iconic Aquaman for the sequel set for 2022.

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