Charlize Theron Gets Fresh w/ ‘The Old Guard’

Hollywood stunner Charlize Theron is going Atomic Blonde again for her new Netflix and Skydance thriller The Old Guard, a supernatural actioner adapted from the graphic novel of the same name about eternal mercenaries pitted against enemies who’d replicate them to make bank.

Regrettably, unlike Atomic Blonde, Theron is sporting a short dykey hairdo in the new flick and doesn’t appear to have a sexy Sofia Boutella to lez out with…but butchy Theron is better than Monster Theron so we’ll watch her kick ass regardless on July 10.

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Dakota Johnson, best known for her nude acting talents in films such as Universal’s Fifty Shades of Grey franchise and Amazon Studios’ Suspiria remake, has joined the cast of Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Darling, the directorial followup to her acclaimed debut Booksmart.

The psychological thriller stars Florence Pugh (Midsommar) as a 1950s housewife suffering a breakdown that threatens to unleash a less domesticated version of herself. Wilde co-stars in an undescribed pivotal role. No word on Johnson’s character, but we’re assuming she’ll bring the butt, boobs, and bush!

Also co-starring in the New Line Cinema thriller are vagina-less actors Shia LaBeouf (Transformers) and Chris Pine (Wonder Woman).


Blake Lively produces and stars in the Netflix original movie Dark Days at the Magna Carta, the first film in a potential trilogy set around a hot mom fiercely fighting to keep her family safe in the aftermath of a catastrophic event that threatens all of humanity.

Dark Days at the Magna Carta is written by one of those ass-hats privileged enough to work the mail room at a top talent agency who is now privileged to eat lobster with Lively and snort coke out of hooker buttholes—we’re not jealous, you’re jealous!

Lively, who came to fame in The CW’s “Gossip Girl” series, is known to genre fans for her role in the darkly comedic murder mystery A Simple Favor and for playing hot-surfer-chick vs. shark in The Shallows.


Milfy Witch Hungers For the Young In ‘Wretched’

IFC Midnight has released The Wretched on VOD. Zarah Mahler, a “Ghost Whisperer” alumna and Beyond Skyline co-star, stars as a hot mom possessed by an evil entity from the woods in an otherwise small idyllic tourist town.

A troubled teenage boy (John-Paul Howard) moves in next door to the malicious MILF and, rather than try to screw her old, sexy bones, is convinced she’s a witch who has taken control of the neighbors and is preying on the town’s young children.

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Piranha 3DD stunner Katrina Bowden is once again up against a deadly fish in director Martin Wilson’s feature film debut Great White. Bowden plays a hot sea plane pilot who crash lands in the ocean with her boyfriend while flying passengers to a picturesque destination. The group must swim to the beach for safety while hunted by great white sharks.

Bowden said:

I feel very lucky to get the chance to work in Australia, especially on a film project I love so much that is unlike others I have done before. It is going to be a very fun adventure.”

Bowden, best known for her role on the NBC comedy “30 Rock,” is the very sexy star of such notable fright flicks as John Gulager’s Piranha 3DD, Nurse 3D with wacko sex-pot Paz de la Huerta (“Boardwalk Empire”), horror-comedy Scary Movie 5, and Eli Craig’s hilarious cult classic Tucker & Dale vs. Evil.


Karen Gillan vs. Karen Gillan In Hottest ‘Duel’ Ever!

Redhead stunner Karen Gillan, of Guardians of the Galaxy and Jumanji fame, is set to star in Duel as a hot woman who clones herself after receiving a terminal diagnosis in the hopes that her hot clone will keep loved ones from missing her too much.

Her plans soon change when she begins to make a miraculous recovery. Unfortunately, her motion to destroy the clone is denied and she must instead fight to the death against it.

Two Karen Gillans in one movie is a thrilling concept. Of course, we would have had Gillan accept the defeat and instead move in with her clone and form an unconventional lesbian couple. But, the fight-to-the-death thing is good too. Fingers crossed there’s mud or Jello involved.


Celestial Blue, the airplane viral outbreak thriller starring San Andreas and “True Detective” stunner Alexandra Daddario, is now titled Airborne and has been picked up for international distribution by XYZ with Endeavor Content possibly picking up domestic rights.

Helmed by writer and director Zak Hilditch (1922, Rattlesnake), Airborne stars Daddario as a stewardess with big, beautiful breasts who must contain passengers infected with a viral disease while attempting to safely land the aircraft.

Daddario’s creds include Stevan Mena’s demented serial killer drama Malevolence 2: Bereavement, the 2013 reboot Texas Chainsaw 3D, horror-comedy Burying the Ex, headbanger horror We Summon the Darkness, and the upcoming sequel to 2015’s San Andreas.

Daddario’s performance on “True Detective” made Clatto’s esteemed  list of The 5 Hottest Nude Acting Performances in Horror 2014.


Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol stunner Paula Patton is set to star in Tiburon opposite Zach Braff (“Scrubs”) and Rupert Friend (“Homeland”). The thriller, titled after the Spanish word for shark, pits Patton and her family against a violent criminal, a deadly flood, and bloodthirsty maneaters!

The trouble all starts when a flood traps Patton and her family on the rooftop of their van. Their only escape is to swim through shark infested waters. Making matters worse, a serial killer on the run has them in his sights.

No word on whether Patton sports a thong bikini throughout the film, but it would totally make sense for her to do so. Here’s hoping producers get that detail right.

Genre fans will recognize Patton from Duncan Jones’ (Moon) adaptation of Blizzard Entertainment’s Warcraft, as the lead in Alexandre Aja’s Mirrors, and as the stunning nude chick in Tony Scott’s time travel thriller Déjà Vu.


Maisie Williams, who played fan-favorite Arya Stark on HBO’s Emmy award-winning series “Game of Thrones,” stars in the French/British indie fright film The Owners, slated for release this fall from newly announced distributor RLJE Entertainment.

Set in the early 90s, The Owners follows a group of young hooligans as their attempt to rob the home of a rich elderly doctor and his wife goes horribly wrong, pitting them against the not-so-vulnerable couple in a game of life and death!

Williams plays one of the thieves’ girlfriend, an otherwise sensible girl who knows stealing from the old couple is a bad idea, but who lets herself get dragged into the ill fated heist.

Williams’ post “Game of Thrones” feature film was to be the Marvel/X-men horror film The New Mutants—currently postponed for the umpteenth time—now owned by Disney after its acquisition of 20th Century Studios.

Williams is featured on our esteemed list of The 5 Hottest Nude Acting Performances of 2019.


Florence Pugh, the talented actress who played the horribly selfish, bi-polar girlfriend in Midsommar who turns on her awesome and supportive boyfriend after latching on to his Euro trip, is set to star in Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Darling, her eagerly awaited directorial followup to her acclaimed debut Booksmart.

The psychological thriller features Pugh as a 1950s housewife suffering a breakdown that threatens to unleash a less domesticated version of herself—so, yeah, probably another unstable chick who’s going to get some decent dude hurt!

Co-starring alongside Pugh are Shia LaBeouf (Transformers), Chris Pine (Star Trek), and Wilde (“House”).