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Bledel's Violet and Ronan's Daisy choose to be assassins to raise cash for their idol's dresses in the first trailer for Geoffrey S. Fletcher's film.
Ronan and Irons are just a couple of many young stars who attend the special screening of the sci-fi romance based on Stephenie Meyer's novel.
The snippet shows what seems to be the first encounter between Ronan's Melanie and Max Irons' Jared.
Ronan stars as a shy young girl who has been turned into an immortal vampire by her own mother and is seeking refuge in a run-down coastal resort.
Highlighting some action-packed sequences of humans against aliens called the Souls, the trailer also features some romantic scenes between Ronan and Max Irons.
Walt Disney Pictures has decided to put the brakes on the adventure movie project due to budgetary concern and the risk of having a first-time director helming the gig.
It has been announced during the 2012 Cannes Film Festival that the 'Byzantium' actress is sealed to lead the period drama adapted from Brittain's heartbreaking World War I memoir.
The freshly released image reveals a better look at the alter ego of Ronan's Melanie Stryder complete with her blue rimmed pupils.
Portraying leading lady Melanie Stryder a.k.a Wanderer, Saoirse is seen reflecting her face on a mirror in the first picture from the big screen take on the 'Twilight' author's novel.
Playing a vampire in the Neil Jordan-directed thriller, the 'Lovely Bones' star is featured in its first still sporting a bright red hood while holding her bloodied fingers close to her mouth.
The 'Atonement' actress is in final talks to play Olivia Sinclair in the upcoming movie, which is originally designed as a Kung Fu retelling of 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'.
The 17-year-old actress will reportedly star as Melanie Stryder in the big screen version of Stephenie Meyer's novel.
While he is not sure whether James will join the big screen version of Leo Tolstoy's novel, director Joe Wright insists he is waiting for Saoirse and James' confirmation.
The IFTAs recognize talents both domestically and internationally, giving the Supporting Actor and Actress nods to Brosnan and Ronan respectively.
Casting director Ros Hubbard says Ronan's family will accompany her when she films the movie in New Zealand.