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Alicia SilverstoneOh my god, we're totally bugging: Screen Daily reports that Alicia Silverstone is re-teaming with Amy Heckerling, the director who brought her world-wide attention in 'Clueless,' for a modern-day vampire love story, entitled 'Vamps.'

Chronicling two female vampires who live the glamorous life in New York City, 'Vamps' shows what happens when love enters their night-time world, and forces the undead women to make a choice that could endanger their eternal lives. (No word yet on whether Robert Pattinson will appear.) Alicia SilverstoneOh my god, we're totally bugging: Screen Daily reports that Alicia Silverstone is re-teaming with Amy Heckerling, the director who brought her world-wide attention in 'Clueless,' for a modern-day vampire love story, entitled 'Vamps.'

Chronicling two female vampires who live the glamorous life in New York City, 'Vamps' shows what happens when love enters their night-time world, and forces the undead women to make a choice that could endanger their eternal lives. (No word yet on whether Robert Pattinson will appear.)

This is the first time Heckerling and Silverstone have worked together since 1995, when 'Clueless' became one of the biggest hits of the decade. The film grossed over $56 million dollars at the box office, and made an even larger dent on the cultural zeitgeist.

Joining Silverstone in the pic will be Krysten Ritter in her first leading film role. Ritter previously appeared on AMC's Emmy-winning drama 'Breaking Bad.'

Red Hour Films, Molly Hassell, and Lauren Versel and Maria Teresa Arida of Lucky Monkey Pictures will produce the film, scheduled to start production in April.

Silverstone can be currently seen on Broadway in 'Time Stands Still,' co-starring Oscar nominee Laura Linney. And while her film career didn't quite take off the way some had hoped ('Batman and Robin,' anyone?) the actress has kept busy in the last 10-plus years, appearing on TV in 'Miss Match' and the animated series 'Braceface.'

Heckerline, meanwhile, worked on the 'Clueless' TV series, and later helmed 'Loser' and the straight-to-DVD flick 'I Could Never Be Your Woman,' starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Paul Rudd.