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Photos: Gemma Arterton Shows Off Bloody Face on 'Byzantium' Set

January 11, 2012 (7:24 am) GMT
Arterton, who plays vampire mother in the upcoming Neil Jordan-directed thriller, has been photographed with a face covered in blood while taking a break on the Dublin set of the film.

has been snapped sporting a bloody face on the set of "". The English actress was caught on camera showing off a face covered in blood while taking a break during the filming of the upcoming movie at a housing estate in Ballymun, Dublin on Tuesday, January 10.

The actress, who played Bond girl in "", was seen smoking a cigarette and enjoying a cup of coffee on a balcony in between breaks. She was not spotted wearing a full costume but was clad in a bathrobe.

Also spotted on the set was who plays Arterton's on-screen daughter. She was photographed wearing denims and a red hooded jacket while chatting with some crew members and director Neil Jordan.

Adapted from Moira Buffini's play "A Vampire Story", "Byzantium" sees Arterton playing a mother vampire who turns her own daughter into a vampire. The pair then form a lethal partnership and sometimes pose as sisters.

Tackling the supporting role for the thriller are , and . This film, which will mark Jordan's second vampire film after 1994's "Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles", is expected to be released in the U.S. sometime in 2012.


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