Neil Jordan directs this terrifying tale of two vampire woman who wonder into a small British town for a feast.
Michael Hirst wrote this period drama about the young Queen of Scotland in the 17th Century.
The actress takes on the title role in this adaptation of the classic novel from director Joe Wright.
Andrew Niccol is directing this adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's novel about an alien who takes over the body of Saoirse Ronan.
Andrew Niccol writes and directs this adaptation of the Stephenie Meyer novel, in theaters March of 2013.
The actress plays a young woman who refuses to give up her identity to an alien dubbed The Wanderer in this Stephenie Meyer adaptation.
We also have the first two photos featuring Saorise Ronan and Max Irons from this adaptation of the popular novel.
The Neil Jordan-directed vampire drama also stars Gemma Arterton.
The actress will play a British expatriate in Hong Kong who seeks protection from seven outlaw warriors.
Kevin Macdonald's WWII set indie is based on the 2004 novel by Meg Rosoff.
Kelly Macdonald, Olivia Williams, and Domhnall Gleeson join Joe Wright's Leo Tolstoy adaptation about a young married girl who wants a new life.
The actresses will portray a mother-daughter vampire duo who sometimes pose as sisters to lure in their prey.
The actress never officially attached to the two-part epic, but now it looks like she won't be joining the project after all.
The Hanna star will portray one of the last humans fighting off alien parasites in this adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's post-Twilight novel.
Joe Wright directs Saoirse Ronan in this action-thriller about a young assassin trained in the wilderness and on the run from the government.
Saoirse Ronan is in talks to play Snow White in Director Tarsem Singh's adult retelling of the fairy tale classic.
The actress is rumored to be playing Itaril in the Peter Jackson prequel, but the news may not be announced until the release of Hanna.
Cate Blanchett, Eric Bana and director Joe Wright take a look at the characters in this new thriller about a young woman on the run.
Lionsgate did confirm that over 30 well-known actresses have read for the part, including Chloe Moretz, Emma Roberts and Saoirse Ronan.
The Irish actress says she'd love to be a part of Peter Jackson's prequel, but she has not been confirmed to appear at this time.