'Anne Rice's Interview With the Vampire': Old Monsters, New Blood
Jones said he would be apprehensive, too, if someone took a favorite book and made it into a new thing.The trick, then, was to try to find new ways to externalize that drama for a modern TV audience, as he imagined Rice might have wanted.From what he had surmised of the new series so far, Herr said, "We are going to get the 'Interview With the Vampire' that we deserve."And here they were, years later, costumed in ragtime-era suiting to play two of popular culture's most beloved misfits: Lestat and Louis from the Anne Rice novel "Interview With the Vampire," a new series-length adaptation of which debuts Sunday on AMC.
After 7 Years on 'The Daily Show,' Trevor Noah Says 'It's Time' to Depart
I'm not disappearing.If I owe you money, I'll still pay you," Noah joked.Give this article Give this article Give this article "I've never been good at goodbyes," Noah said during his surprise announcement on Thursday.Credit... Comedy Central Welcome to Best of Late Night, a rundown of the previous night's highlights that lets you sleep - and lets us get paid to watch comedy.Here are the 50 best movies on Netflix right now.Trevor Noah announced his departure from "The Daily Show" on Thursday, almost seven years to the day since he took over from Jon Stewart.