Two overarching elements considerably set Interview with the Vampire (2022) apart from Interview with the Vampire (1994), making the series more powerful than the movie. First, Lestat and Louis are in an honest, domestic partnership, which is obvious, not merely a hint.
While Louis and Lestat are often at odds with one another, they eventually form an uneasy truce, with Lestat coming to regard Louis as a kind of soulmate, albeit one who resists his "teachings" on killing and living life as a vampire.
Though Lestat suffers losses from this adventure, he falls somewhat in love with Quinn, and the two stay close after their adventure together reaches its conclusion. In Blood Canticle, Lestat falls in love with a witch of the Mayfair clan named Rowan Mayfair, who shares the same feelings towards him.
Yes absolutely. In fact, if you read the Vampire Chronicles Lestat referees to Louis as his lover. They also share many romantic moments and kisses.
Lestat wanted Louis as an eternal companion and as an eternal lover, having a powerful love for his beauty, his tenderness and his tragic heart.
Louis and Lestat treat Claudia like their daughter, training her how to hunt, spoiling her, and loving her. They are living this happy life, and it looks as if they're just a perfect little family without ever having to worry about anything.
In Blood Canticle, Lestat falls in love with a witch of the Mayfair clan named Rowan Mayfair, who shares the same feelings towards him.
Anne Rice confirms that the vampires Louis and Lestat are a same-sex couple with a child.
Louis falls in love with Claudia and the three live together in New Orleans for 65 years. Claudia, upset with Lestat for creating her when she was only five, plots to kill Lestat and leave for Europe with Louis. Lestat does not die in the burning house and follow them to Europe.
When trying to prevent Mona's family from discovering her transformation, Lestat unwillingly falls in love with Rowan Mayfair. Secretly, she pines for him as well.
in his own words, Lestat admits that he "fell fatally in love" with Louis. in many ways because he reminded him of Nikki. Lestat was clearly bisexual, back when he was sexual.
ANDERSON: And Louis is like, “I'm not feeling that right now.” REID: These two characters are approaching the world from two very different points of view, but they still love each other, and they're drawn or tied to each other through this vampire bond.
So, yeah, the big reveal of the Interview With the Vampire Season 1 finale is that Louis's manservant Rashid was actually the Vampire Armand. Not only that, but after all that fuss about Louis and Lestat, Louis claims that Armand is the love of his life.