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TIFF 2012: IFC Acquires Neil Jordan's Byzantium

We're pretty stoked to see Neil Jordan's Byzantium since we're hearing it compares favorably to his Interview with the Vampire, and thanks to IFC, it looks like we'll be able to do so in theatres soon!

TIFF 2012: Creepy New Clip from Neil Jordan's Byzantium

The first clip from Neil Jordan's new vampire flick Byzantium is here, and we like what we see thus far. Then again, any time vampires aren't sparkling we like what we see. The film's playing at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. Dig it!

2012 Toronto International Film Festival Lineup Announced; Looper to Open the Fest

The 2012 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) runs September 6-16, and its first batch of films has been announced. Just a couple of genre flicks made the cut, but we still have the Canadian, Midnight Madness, City to City, and other lineups to hear from so keep the faith!

New Byzantium Images Get a Bit Bloody

A new batch of imagery from Neil Jordan's Byzantium is here, and finally we're getting a bit more than just people staring off into space. Well, okay, most of the stills again have people staring, but at least this time there's some blood involved. Oh, and a bug!

Gemma Arterton on the Lookout in New Byzantium Image

Yeah, it's Monday, and we hate it just as much as you do. Sitting there staring off into space wishing you were somewhere else? Well, you're not alone as star Gemma Arterton is doing the exact same thing in this latest still from Neil Jordan's Byzantium.

Jonny Lee Miller Talks Byzantium

The name Jonny Lee Miller could very well be becoming synonymous with vampire movies. Miller co-starred in Dracula 2000, is a featured player in the upcoming Dark Shadows redux, and also has Neil Jordan's Byzantium on the horizon. Read on for what he had to say about the latter.

Early Byzantium Artwork Lights Up the Night

Finally some artwork has arrived for Neil Jordan's Byzantium, and it is wonderfully devoid of floating heads and people looking pensive. See? There is a god! Check it out!

Take a Ride With the Latest Still from Byzantium

Bitten by a vampire and now spending the rest of eternity walking the Earth looking for something to do in between seducing Twilight fans and feeding? Why not go to the carnival?

First Official Look at Saoirse Ronan in Byzantium

Finally something other than paparazzi pics has surfaced online for the sisterly vampire tale Byzantium, and we've got it right here. The best part? You won't even have to worry about getting bit! Dig it!

More Byzantium Casting News Creeping In

Some late casting news is coming out of the UK for Neil Jordan's Byzantium, the new fanged thriller from the filmmakers behind Interview with the Vampire. Read on to see who else is officially on the menu.

First Behind-the-Scenes Imagery of Gemma Arterton in Byzantium

Excuse me for a moment. It's going to take a few seconds for me to insert my eyes back into their sockets after seeing the latest behind-the-scenes imagery of star Gemma Arterton in costume on the set of Neil Jordan's latest vampire flick, Byzantium!

AFM 2011: New Cast and Art for Byzantium

You want more eye candy and some new casting news to go along with it? Of course you do! Time to get a little bitey as we have some new details and artwork for the next vampire opus headed your way!

Caleb Landry Jones Travels To Byzantium

Neil Jordan's Byzantium is a female vampire movie with Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton cast in the leads, and today the male star has been announced.

Neil Jordan's Byzantium Lands Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton as Lead Bloodsuckers

No rest for the wicked as more news is coming out of Cannes today, this time involving Oscar-winning filmmaker Neil Jordan's Byzantium, a female vampire movie with Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton cast in the leads.

Gaiman Talks Graveyard Director Choice

Neil Gaiman got to chatting with the boys at Sci Fi Wire about the recently announced choice of director for his latest acclaimed novel, The Graveyard Book, Neil Jordan. From the sounds of it this book is going to be in very good hands when it comes to getting on screen the way its creator wishes.