Tom Cruise is great as Lestat. Problem is, he isn’t in that much of the movie.

by MATT STOKES | MARCH 23, 2018

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Interview With the Vampire

Director: Neil Jordan

Cast:
Louis: Brad Pitt
Lestat: Tom Cruise
Claudia: Kirsten Dunst
Malloy: Christian Slater
Armand: Antonio Banderas
Santiago: Stephen Rea
Madeleine: Domiziana Giordano

Released: November 11, 1994

Domestic Box Office: $105.3 million

62%

7.6/10

Verdict?

Laci says…

Matt says…

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