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“We’re All Disgusting Perverts”: Barry Keoghan vs Jacob Elordi Teased In Saltburn Images-TGN


  • Jacob Elordi and Barry Keoghan roles are teased in new images for Saltburn, a comedy-thriller about the relationship between two students.
  • The images reveal the lavish estate where the story takes place and feature well-dressed co-stars like Rosamund Pike.
  • The film, directed by Emerald Fennell, promises to be a thrilling and unique experience with captivating characters and a darkly comedic tone.

Jacob Elordi and Barry Keoghan roles are teased in new images for Saltburn. The sophomore feature from British director Emerald Fennell, Saltburn is a comedy-thriller about the relationship between an Oxford student Oliver (Barry Keoghan) and his aristocratic classmate Felix (Jacob Elordi) who invites him into his oddball estate one summer. Starting Keoghan and Elordi alongside Carey Mulligan, Rosamund Pike, and Richard E. Grant, Saltburn is expected for release on November 24.

A number of new images from Saltburn have been revealed by Vanity Fair.

The images include leading duo Oliver and Felix at Flex’s lavish estate, alongside well-dressed co-stars like Pike, who sports a cocktail in one hand and a befuddled expression across her face. In another Saltburn image, Oliver arrives at the Saltburn estate in a wide shot that reveals the volume of Felix’s estate. Fennell is quoted in the same article as saying “The thing is, we’re all disgusting perverts, aren’t we” in reference to the tone of the upcoming movie.

These New Looks Make Saltburn Even More Promising

Even before the release of these new images, Saltburn could be thought to be the perfect creative combination on paper. With her debut feature Promising Young Woman, Fennell established herself as a new voice with a penchant for the eerie and darkly comedic. Adding the alluring new talent Keoghan into the mix made Saltburn more appealing, for the emergent actor has recently proven his scene-stealing abilities in films like The Banshees of Inisherin and Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Killing of a Sacred Deer.

With their pristine costumes and captivating close-ups, these new Saltburn images add more exciting fuel to the already-thrilling fire. Keoghan’s Oliver looks pensive in the kaleidoscopic mirror shot, hinting perhaps at some point question of identity as he looks beyond. On the other hand, Elordi’s Felix smirks in a dusk-set shot as sunset falls.

Felix and Oliver, in these images, already seem like such ripe characters for conflict in Saltburn. Both Elordi and Keoghan have experienced playing both the devious and the incessant, and playing young men who make questionable decisions in their social circles. These dynamics can be heightened as they co-star in Saltburn, which seems sure to be a thrilling and unique ride.

Source: Vanity Fair

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