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If you’re a true member of the #VAfamily, then you should already be well aware of the new IndieGo campaign pushing for a Vampire Academy movie sequel. Fans and producers alike have been urging others to join the movement, but now there are more incentives — yes, even more than Frostbite simply being made for the big screen — and we’ve got the inside scoop.
As mentioned by MTV News, producers are setting up to launch this particular campaign Wednesday, August 6 (meaning tomorrow!). The hope is that they’ll be able to raise $1.5 million in fan donations; if so, financial backers will fund the rest of the production costs! Here are some of the perks that come with your contributions, complete with plenty of St. Vladimir’s swag:
$10USD — Novice Package
$35USD — Royal Package
$50USD — School Pride Package
$150USD (limited availability) — Moroi Package
$250USD — VIP Package
$750USD (limited availability) — #VAFamily Package
$4,500USD (limited availability) — St. Vlad’s Package
$5,000USD (limited availability) — Friends Forever Package
FYI, there are actually a few tiers missing, so you have even more to look forward to! Until you find out what they are head on over to Teen.com and check out the goods!
The producers behind the first film, Vampire Academy “Blood Sisters” are this week launching an IndieGoGo campaign to raise money for “Frostbite: A Vampire Academy Film.” If fans contribute $1.5 million, the financial backers will be convinced that there’s enough fan demand for the movie and fund the rest of the production cost.
The campaign launches this Wednesday, August 6.
Producer Mike Preger said that the decision to move forward with the crowdfunding campaign was totally motivated by the fans.
“The fans mean everything to us,” he said in an email to MTV News. “We decided to move forward with ‘Frostbite’ because of the fans, and we want to give them the purest book to film adaptation possible. We have a script by Piers Ashworth [screenwriter of "St. Trinian's"] that does just that. We want to give them exactly what they expect.”
Producer Deepak Nayar agreed, and said that fans so wanted a sequel that they had actually suggested turning to crowdfunding.
“Our financiers were willing to move forward ONLY if we could show them the fans would support us,” Nayar said. “It’s not an exaggeration to say that we would not be here without them.”
If the goal is met, pre-production will begin late this year, the film will shoot in early 2015, and the finished product will hit theaters in late 2015. “Frostbite” will follow Rose (played in “Vampire Academy” by Zoey Deutch) as she continues to protect her best friend, Moroi vampire princess Lissa (Lucy Fry). She will also have a new love interest, “royal bad boy” Adrian.
Though producers have “every intention” of bringing back the original cast (Deutch, Fry, Dominic Sherwood and Gabriel Byrne, to name a few), their return would depend on availability and is not yet confirmed.
Fans have shown their support for the “Vampire Academy” series before, voting it into the final round of this year’s MTV Movie Brawl. Not to mention the more than 32,000 fans who signed a change.org petition in support of a sequel.
Contributors can expect incentives in the form of exclusive updates from the set, St. Vladimir’s Academy apparel and walk-on roles, to name just a few. The month-long campaign will also feature contests and takeovers across the film’s social media platforms.
Fans can follow along through the fundraising and production process via the producers’ Twitter account, Facebook page and Instagram throughout the fundraising and production process.
City Of Ashes Second Installment Of ‘The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones’ Film Shoot Resumes In 2014
Fans of The Mortal Instrument series will be happy to know that it seems that the sequel movie is still on the cards. Although the first sequel was reported for its low sales, the film continues because of the huge fan base of the novels.
The Official statement from Martin Moszkowicz, the company head of film and TV confirms this:
“The fan response, from the blogosphere and the thousands of mails we have received, has encouraged us to keep going. It’s been overwhelmingly positive, in contrast to some other YA titles. We are analyzing what we did wrong with the first film – particularly with the positioning and marketing – and what changes we have to make. We are working with a great group of people to reposition the franchise [for City of Ashes].”
Whilst we can give you the above good news, at this stage we have no release date.
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