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Vegetarian Musician Moby Totally "Sucks" In New Vampire Film

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Good news, Moby fans! It’s just been announced that the vegan musician is set to star in Suck — a new vampire movie being billed as “Spinal Tap meets The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” Moby plays on his vegan reputation as the lead singer of a band called the Secretaries of Steak. Come on vegans, that’s totally funny!

Suck follows the misadventures of an optimistically named rock band, The Winners, seemingly doomed to obscurity. Their fortunes change thanks to a meeting with a vampire (played by Dimitri Coats of Burning Brides), and they find themselves enjoying their newfound fame, at least until the bloodlust kicks in.

You know, sometimes we veggies get a bad rap for having a crappy sense of humor, so I’m super excited to see Moby showing off those acting chops and having fun with his herbivorous status! I’ll definitely be there!

via: i09.com

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