New Line' has signed two directors on a pair of high-profile projects, attaching Neil Jordan on the future fantasy Killing on Carnival Row and Mark S. Waters on romantic comedy Ghosts of Girlfriends Past.

Variety reports that Jordan is also set to do a rewrite on Killing on Carnival Row, which centers on a Victorian city inhabited by humans, faeries, elves and vampires, with a detective pursuing a serial killer.

Jordan wrote and directed Breakfast on Pluto, which recently won him Irish Film & Television Academy Awards in both categories and has directed Warner Bros.' upcoming The Brave One, with Jodie Foster and Terrence Howard.

New Line has previously signed Matthew McConaughey to topline Ghosts of Girlfriends Past and the studio is in final negotiations with Waters to direct. Filming would begin early next year. McConaughey will portray a bachelor who goes to his younger brother's wedding and gets visited by the ghosts of his past girlfriends.

Waters recently completed shooting on action-fantasy The Spiderwick Chronicles for Paramount and Nickelodeon. Other credits include Mean Girls and Just Like Heaven.