Seeing as though it has been over a week since I posted something to the gallery when I found the 2 new pictures on the end that were taken yesterday I decided to update the fan section. A huge thankyou to everyone who has posted the pictures on Twitter / Instagram and were kind enough to share them with us.
Again thanks to the wonderful Flor @ Sweet Revelation for the first time JRM Source now has a matching home and gallery layout. You may also notice in the top right hand corner it says ‘Back to JRM Source’ so now when you’re finished viewing the gallery you can get straight back to the main site to continue your visit rather than having to edit the URL in the address box or pressing the back button on your browser.
In other news it seems as though London Town may be going ahead according to Screen Daily. Unfortunately I can’t access all of the article due to subscription charges but it is certainly looking promising. I have also been getting ready the information for this years birthday project which I will be posting on Monday afternoon (GMT) so keep an eye out for that if you would like to take part.
Back to Belle du Seigneur which we’ve been waiting an eternity to see (remember that?) it will be premiering at the Champs Elysées Film Festival on June 14th at 8:15pm.
Thanks to our wonderful affiliate Lora @ jessdegouw.org she has shared this gorgeous still with me of Jonny and Victoria Smurfit (Lady Jayne) and the full sized version has been added to the gallery.
The NBC Dracula website has also been updated with a new header and with information about the TV slot. It will air on NBC on Fridays at 10/9c! Not long to go now!
Edit; 2 more stills added!
sortiescinema on YouTube has just released the French Belle Du Seigneur trailer online and we get to see lots of previously unseen footage from the film. Please if you are a minor be aware that the trailer contains scenes of a sexual nature and some nudity. I have added 62 HD screen captures to the gallery.
Thanks to my wonderful friend Hayley for bringing this gorgeous portrait to my attention! The photographer who took the picture goes by the name of Barry McCall and I believe it was taken round about 2010 in London for a book called ‘PHO20GRAPHY’. The proceeds went to one of Irelands oldest charities the ISPCC.