Around here, we like to highlight the antics of actor, writer, director, professor and daytime soap veteran James Franco. Whether he’s trying to adapt difficult William Faulkner novels or retelling the making of one of the worst movies ever made, he moves in strange directions and his latest grasp for greatness might be a masterwork.
As spotted by Vulture, Lifetime has released a trailer for the Franco-initiated remake of the 1996 made-for-TV movie Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? In his vision, the film is now features original star Tori Spelling as the titular mother trying to save her daughter from a new sort of a lesbian vampire danger. It looks like cheeky fun, but intentional camp is the hardest thing to pull off. So check out the trailer and decide for yourself Franco and his collaborators are on the right track:
Mother, May I Sleep with Danger? premieres June 18th.
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