Likely headed for the fall festival circuit, we’ve got the first sales poster for Ondine director Neil Jordan‘s vampire tale Byzantium. Following “a mother and daughter vampire duo [who] form a deadly pact,” the film stars Saoirse Ronan, Gemma Arterton, Sam Riley, Caleb Landry Jones, Jonny Lee Miller and Danny Mays. I like the vibrant style of the poster, but it’ll all likely change as the film picks up US distribution and official marketing materials get released. Check it out below from Facebook (via FirstShowing).
Following that we’ve got a new poster for Piranha 3DD, looking to follow up the shlocky good time that was the first film. The horror film, directed by John Gulager, switches locales to a theme park where our creatures terrorize the ensemble including Katrina Bowden, Gary Busey, Danielle Panabaker, Christopher Lloyd, Ving Rhames, David Hasselhoff, Matt Bush, Paul Scheer, Adrian Martinez and Meagan Tandy. Check out the poster below from RealD (via Dread Central).
Update: Another new poster comes in from STYD.
Piranha 3DD lands on June 1st, 2012 while Byzantium is awaiting US distribution.
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