Jason Momoa and Peter Dinklage, who both starred in Game of Thrones, are in talks to produce and star in the upcoming vampire film, Good Bad & Undead. Momoa gave a memorable performance as Khal Drogo in the first season of HBO's hit show, while Dinklage played fan favorite character Tyrion Lannister. Dinklage actually broke an Emmys record when he won his 4th Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for playing Tyrion, beating Aaron Paul, who won three times for Breaking Bad.

According to Variety, the film is in development at Legendary, and Max Barbakow is directing. Dinklage will play vampire hunter Van Helsing. He teams up with Momoa's vampire character, who vows never to kill again, and they start running a successful scam together for money. However, it's ruined when a huge bounty is placed on Momoa's character's head, forcing them to go on the run. The story is based on an original idea by Mark Swift & Damian Shannon, who previously wrote 2009's Friday the 13th and the Baywatch reboot. Legendary is advertising Good Bad & Undead as “Midnight Run in a Bram Stoker world.”

After leaving Game of Thrones, Momoa went on to play Aquaman in both the 2018 solo film and the ensemble DCEU movie, Justice League. He will also be in Denis Villeneuve's upcoming Dune adaptation. Dinklage recently played Eitri in Avengers: Infinity War and starred in I Think We're Alone Now with Elle Fanning. However, fans will likely have to wait awhile to see them in Good Bad & Undead.