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Trent Reznor Will Not Work on Abraham Lincoln Vampire Movie

Nine Inch Nails leader says he is working on his Year Zero series for HBO

March 14, 2011 9:25 AM ET
Trent Reznor Will Not Work on Abraham Lincoln Vampire Movie
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Despite initial reports, recent Oscar-winner Trent Reznor will not be scoring -- or acting in -- a movie called Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. In a post on the Nine Inch Nails website, Reznor explained that he had never fully committed to the project and he was very confused when the story got out that he was going to be starring in the film as the vampire responsible for killing the fictional Lincoln's mother.

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Though this news is surely a huge disappointment to goths everywhere, the bright side is that in the same message, Reznor mentioned that he is still "fully engaged" with the Year Zero mini-series he is developing for HBO and the BBC. The program will be a sci-fi show based on Nine Inch Nails' 2007 concept album of the same name.

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