Neil Jordan

‘Byzantium’ 'He's Bleeding' Clip

‘Byzantium’ 'He's Bleeding' Clip

The first clip from acclaimed filmmaker Neil Jordan's Byzantium has arrived. The movie marks the director's first foray into vampirism since helming Interview with the Vampire back in 1994. Here, two young women (Saoirse Ronan; Gemma Arterton) arrive in a small British town and claim to be mother and daughter 200-year-old bloodsuckers. The local teachers and parents try to counsel the girls to get to the bottom of their delusions. However, when town folks start disappearing, people must confront the possibility that the two women are, in fact, what they say they are. Check out this scene, which finds Saoirse Ronan's Eleanor Webb lusting after a fresh wound.

Byzantium was released June 28th, 2013.

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‘Byzantium’ Set Photos Featuring Gemma Arterton

Acclaimed director Neil Jordan is currently filming his latest thriller in England, which stars Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton as a mother-daughter vampire tag-team who sometimes pose as sisters. Titled Byzantium, new photos of Gemma Arterton walking on the beach have arrived from the set. To check out the tits...I mean the pics...See below.

Byzantium was released June 28th, 2013.

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Neil Jordan Directing ‘Skippy Dies’

http://movieweb.com/person/neil-jordan/ An acclaimed director is taking on a Paul Murray novel for his next film project. Variety is reporting that Neil Jordan will write and direct a film adaptation of Skippy Dies.

Jordan will direct from his own script, adapted from the Paul Murray novel, which is set in an Ireland school and centers on Ruprecht, a math genius who also dabbles in playing the French Horn and Skippy, his roommate, whose mother is dying of cancer and who is also being abused by the gym teacher. When Skippy mysteriously dies, it leads Ruprecht to take on a series of experiments to try and contact his friend beyond the grave.

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Colin Farrell and Alicja Bachleda Unravel the Myths of ‘Ondine’

Ondine was released June 11th, 2010.

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