In recent news, Will Smith has decided to become a vampire in one of his upcoming films. However, it might be a tad controversial for some, as it involves the biblical figure known as Cain. Where the movie suggests that he was quite possibly the world's first vampire, as the bible does point out that Cain lived for over 200 years. Of course, I don't know if I'm going to comment on that or not, but I do think the premise of the film sounds interesting to see. Plus, I'm a huge Will Smith fan. However, what are your thoughts on this? Good Idea? Bad Idea? Or don't care?
i find it even harder to believe that will smith has agreed to take on such a controversial take on the biblical cain. I mean you'd think he wouldn't do any controversial roles considering he's trying to get his kids more involved in show businesses. However, i guess we'll have to wait and see.
Everyone knows that if you believe in the Biblical references that Judas Ischariot was that first bloodsucker. His punishment for the betrayal of Jesus, he was sentenced to live forever and never be able to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. He tried to hang himself...no good. Blood is always involved when coming to the true nature of life, (living or undead) there is always blood. I think ol' Will could make us believe he were anything, and folks "IT'S JUST A MOVIE", If all stories were meant to be real then why do we have "fiction" and "non fiction" sections at the local library? ...W