Priyanka Chopra’s Hotness to Be Wasted in Kid Flick!


Indian stunner Priyanka Chopra (”Quantico”) is set to star in We Can Be Heroes, a kiddie superhero flick from director Robert Rodriguez (From Dusk Till Dawn) for Netflix. The film follows the children of Earth’s superheroes as they attempt to rescue their super parents from alien abduction.

We Can Be Heroes is written y Rodriguez and co-stars include Pedro Pascal (”The Mandalorian”) and Christian Slater (Heathers). Cameras are already rolling on the project.

Chopra, a former Miss Universe winner, is an international star, but is best know in the U.S. for her starring role as a hot FBI recruit on the ABC glammed up crime series “Quantico” and as a hot drug smuggler in the 2017 movie adaptation of Baywatch.


‘The Mandalorian’ Is Everything You Wanted From a Boba Fett Movie!


Disney has released a trailer for “The Mandalorian,” the eagerly anticipated original Star Wars series from producer, writer, and creator Jon Favreau premiering Nov. 12 on Disney +. The show follows a Mandalorian gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy after the fall of the Empire and before the rise of the First Order.

Mandalorians are a multi-species of warriors from the planet Mandalore known for their work as mercenaries and bounty hunters and their distinctively cool armor — the most infamous in the Star Wars universe being Boba Fett. Pedro Pascal, of “Narcos” and “Game of Thrones” fame, stars as the titular Mandalorian.

“The Mandalorian” co-stars Nick Nolte, Carl Weathers, Giancarlo Esposito (”Breaking Bad”), and Gina Carano (Haywire). Notable directors include Taika Waititi (Thor: Rangarok), Rick Famuyiwa (Dope), Deborah Chow (”Better Call Saul”), Jurassic World star Bryce Dallas Howard, and Dave Filoni (”Star Wars: The Clone Wars”), who helms the pilot.

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Kristen Stewart Faces ‘Underwater’ Threat w/ Butchy Haircut!


Twentieth Century Fox has released a first trailer for its upcoming sea monster thriller Underwater. Kristen Stewart (Twilight) stars as a research scientist forced to abandon her subterranean laboratory when a powerful earthquake hits.

The underwater tremor sets free a deadly threat that Stewart must combat to survive. Fortunately, she’s got a butchy hairdo which tells us she’s tough as nails! William Eubank (The Signal) directs from a script by Brian Duffield (Insurgent) and Adam Cozad (The Legend of Tarzan). In theaters Jan. 10, 2020.

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Follow Maika Monroe to ‘Villains’


Maika Monroe, star of the maybe-just-a little-bit overrated It Follows and the regrettably disappointing ID4 sequel Independence Day: Resurgence, returns in the indie thriller Villains, set to release in selected theaters Sept. 20.

Monroe plays a hot chick who robs a gas station with her boyfriend (Bill Skarsgard) only to have their car breakdown on the road. They seek shelter in what they believe to be an abandoned house, but end up in a dangerous couples’ (Kyra Sedgwick, Jeffrey Donovan) deadly lair.

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Michelle Williams to Return as Sexy Symbiote In ‘Venom’ Sequel!


Stunner Michelle Williams (”Dawson’s Creek”) is set to return in Venom 2, the eagerly awaited sequel to Sony’s adaptation of the Marvel comic based on the popular Spiderman villain, played in the 2018 film by Tom Hardy.

Williams will reprise her role as Annie Weying, wife to Eddie Brock/Venom and now symbiote sexpot She-Venom (c’mon, you’d hit that). Motion capture actor-turned-director Andy Serkis (Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle) is at the helm.

Williams made her horror film debut playing young Sil in the 1995 classic sci-fi thriller Species and co-starred in 1998’s Halloween H2O with Jamie Lee Curtis prior to making a name for herself on the hit 90s teen soap “Dawson’s Creek.” She has since starred in Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island and numerous weepy dramas.



Mumbai milf Nazneen Contractor is co-starring in comedian Chris Rock’s much buzzed about new entry in the recently rebooted SAW franchise. Rock, who conceived the film’s story and serves as an executive producer, stars as a detective investigating a series of horrific murders.

Contractor will play a hot coroner working close with Rock’s character. She joins a cast that includes Samual Jackson as Rock’s (most likely foul-mouthed) father, Max Minghella (”The Handmaid’s Tale”) as his partner, and fellow “24″ alumna Marisol Nichols as the hot police captain in charge.

Contractor is best known for her roles in J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek: Into Darkness and NBC’s “Heroes Reborn” as invisible hero Farah Nazan. She currently voices intergalactic pirate Synara San on Disney’s “Star Wars: Resistance.”

Chris Rock’s SAW reboot is helmed by Darren Lynn Bousman, director of SAW II, SAW III, and SAW IV, and is produced by SAW creators James Wan and Leigh Whannell. The film is tragically slated for theaters May 15, 2020.



Blumhouse Tilt has released a trailer for Bloodline, a violent psychological thriller starring Cuban stunner Mariela Garriga (”Nightmare Cinema”) and Seann William Scott (American Pie) as newborn parents doing their best to keep their family safe from outside forces.

Unfortunately for dad, that often means murdering people he deems dangerous.

Sean William Scott tells Deadline:

Bloodline is such a departure from my previous roles. It was so great to work on a character with so many dimensions, challenging me as an actor to do something I have never done before in terms of tone.

Aww…Stiffler’s mom would be proud!

Henry Jacobson (Election Day: Lens Across America) directs from a script he co-wrote with Will Honley (The Hive). Bloodline arrives in selected theaters, Digital, and On-Demand Sept. 20.

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Bikini Babes Are Shark Bait In ‘47 Meters Down: Uncaged’

Entertainment Studios has released a first trailer for 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, a sequel to Johannes Roberts’ surprise hit 47 Meters Down, starring Mandy Moore and Claire Holt as sisters abandoned at the bottom of the sea in a shark cage.

This time out, the story follows four hot bikini babes as they explore a mysterious sunken city overtaken by man-eating sharks that call it home.

Sistine Stallone, daughter of Sylvester Stallone, and Corinne Foxx, daughter of Jamie Foxx, make their feature film debuts alongside Sophie Nelisse (The Book Thief), Brianne Tju (”Scream”), and Nickelodean star Brec Bassinger.

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‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Olivia Wilde Is In This One!


Fresh off her celebrated directorial debut Booksmart, Olivia Wilde is set to helm and topline the psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling. Set in the 50s, Wilde will play a hot housewife who suffers a breakdown that threatens to unleash a less domesticated version of herself.

Don’t Worry Darling is described as Times Up feminist fodder, but Wilde appears to be a savvy enough director to keep it from going off the rails as she did with the very funny and at times eye-roll inducing Booksmart.

Wilde came to fame as lesbian doctor Thirteen on medical drama “House.” She made her horror debut in the highly underrated “Turistas” before starring in big budget sci-fi thrillers Tron: Legacy, Cowboys & Aliens, and In Time. She returned to horror in 2015’s The Lazarus Effect.


Say ‘Halo’ to’Californication’s’ Natascha McElhone!


Showtime has announced “Californication” star Natascha McElhone is set to join its upcoming original sci-fi series “Halo.” Based on the bestselling 343 Industries video game for Xbox 360, the show follows an interstellar war between humanity and alien assholes.

McElhone has been cast in a dual role as Dr. Catherine Halsey, the brilliant and hot creator of the Spartan supersoldiers, and Cortana, the most advanced and hottest looking AI ever manufactured. Cameras roll in Budapest this year for slated release in 2021.

McElhone, who starred in 2002’s FeardotCom and Steven Soderbergh’s Solaris, is best known for her roles as Karen van der Beek, Hank Moody’s (David Duchovny) ex-wife, on the Showtime dramedy “Californication” and the First Lady on Fox’s “Designated Survivor.”