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?
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!
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.
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!
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.
And release dates just keep looming further and further into the future as Open Road Films has announced a March 29, 2013 (Easter weekend) timetable for the big screen adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's The Host.
The new feature film adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's The Host has found itself a home! There are no brooding vamps to be found in this one, but we wouldn't be surprise if something ends up sparkling.
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.
A new feature film adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's The Host is not only on its way, but it's already landed its first star! Thankfully no brooding love obsessed vampires will be haunting this one's halls but we wouldn't be surprised if something ended up sparkling.
The Lovely Bones has generated a lot of awards buzz for its young star Saoirse Ronan and its slightly older villain, portrayed by Stanley Tucci. Now it's Trembles' turn to add his $.02 into the mix!
Reviewed by Erik Van Der Wolf Starring Mark Walhberg, Rachel Weisz, Saoirse Ronan, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci Directed by Peter Jackson Based on the novel by Alice Sebold