We've got glitter-covered vampires, Kate Beckinsale vampires, U.S. president-fighting vampires, and more on the way, and now there's yet another Dracula-derivative threat looking to set up its coffin bed in our local cineplexes: Cambodian jungle vampires. THR is reporting Millennium/Nu Image--the studio that just put out that dismal Conan Barbarian reboot--is planning to make its next action vehicle from a script they just purchased from Paul Sloan, an actor whom you may know best for playing "Soldier" in The Scorpion King. According to the trade, the untitled script is "inspired by pulp heroes Doc Savage and Tarzan," and it's about a group of mercenaries trying to rescue someone from the Cambodian jungle's fierce vampire population. You know, à la Tarzan's vampire rescue efforts. Anyway, the search is on for a director, so beware, because ANIMALS AREN'T THE JUNGLE'S ONLY FANGED CREATURES. Rated PG-13.