True Blood creator Alan Ball has revealed that he is unsure about introducing the character of Bubba into the HBO drama.
In the original novels by Charlaine Harris, 'Bubba' is a vampiric Elvis Presley. During the True Blood panel at Comic-Con, Ball explained that he was uncertain if the character would work on television. He also admitted that he was hesitant to have an actor impersonate Elvis.
When fans in the audience shouted actor Bruce Campbell's name at Ball, he reportedly smiled and replied, "Bruce Campbell, huh?"
Campbell previously played an aged version of Elvis in the 2002 comedy horror Bubba Ho-Tep.
It was recently announced that the USA network had ordered a Burn Notice prequel film starring Campbell as his character Sam Axe.
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