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Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant (2009) Poster

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What drew John C. Reilly to play Larten Crepsley was "the fact that it was a real person, that he wasn't some supernatural mystical being that can turn into a vampire bat. The powers weren't so extreme that it was just another thing altogether, that this guy was a person who was alive in the 1800s who was essentially about my age. If you account the slow aging, he is forty something years old" he said.
The license plates of the purple car that drops the Cirque du Freak flyer use the European Union pattern for Germany: D for Deutschland (Germany in German) and a circle of twelve stars (European Union symbol).
Students who attended a school in which a few scenes of the movie were shot were cast as extras.
The movie Cirque du freak is based on a book series, written by Darren Shan. It consists of 12 books, but the movie only covers 3.
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A portion of the film was shot in Studio 28 at Universal Studios in Los Angeles. It is the oldest sound stage still in use at the studio.
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This is the first time Paul Weitz makes a film without help from his brother Chris Weitz
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The movies follows the book very very loosely
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