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The Transylvanian myth of Dracula is dragging director Quentin Tarantino to nearby Austria, in search of a location for an upcoming film about Dracula, it has been reported.
Austrian press claimed over the weekend that the "Pulp Fiction" director will stay for four nights in Vienna to visit castles in the nearby countryside, the Austrian Times reports.
Oscar winner Nicolas Cage spent some weeks in Austria shooting his supernatural thriller "Season of the Witch" in the provinces of Lower Austria and Styria in 2008. The film is currently in post-production and expected to hit the screen later this year.
Kreuzenstein Castle in Lower Austria – one of the locations picked by "Season of the Witch" director Dominic Sena – has been tipped as a possible location for Tarantino’s new project.
Tarantino’s most recent movie is "Inglourious Basterds" starring Brad Pitt and Austrian Christoph Waltz.
Rumours that he is to shoot in Austria come after Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz shot spectacular scenes for their upcoming spy comedy "Knight and Day" in Salzburg last year.
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