Porn queen Sophie Dee stars alongside Tara Reid in director Josh Stolberg’s The Hangover Games, arriving on DVD and Blu-ray March 11 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Along with spoofing The Hunger Games, the parody pokes fun at the superhero genre, Lord of the Rings, and Johnny Depp films.
Dee says via press release:
I’ve been working towards this opportunity for years, and can’t believe how lucky I am to be able to act alongside people I have admired for years. 2014 is shaping up to my best year ever!
No word on what role Dee plays in The Hangover Games, but IMDB lists her character as “Topless Girl.” If you haven’t seen Dee’s work in Fresh Jugs 3 or Titty Creampies, then rest assure that is reason enough to pick up The Hangover Games.
Dee made her horror film debut in Cannibal Blood Girl, one of five short films featured in the Psykik Junky Pictures anthology Theater of the Deranged. In April, she will make it to the big screen in the Marlon Wayan’ horror-comedy sequel A Haunted House 2.
Sophie Dee is on Clatto’s list of The 12 Hottest Porn Star Crossovers in Horror.
Big Foot based frightener Exists has been picked up for distribution by Lionsgate. The deal comes on the heels of the film’s world premiere at SXSW, and marks director Eduardo Sanchez’s return to the found-footage genre he ushered in with 1999’s game-changer The Blair Witch Project.
Written by Jamie Nash (Lovely Molly), Exists follows a group of friends as they’re stalked and slaughtered by Big Foot in the Texas woods. Cast includes Dora Madison Burge (”Friday Night Lights”), Roger Edwards (Bad Kids Go to Hell) and Denise Williamson (pictured).
Denise Williamson spoke with Clatto about her experience on Exists in an exclusive interview late last year. She told us about her character, working with Sanchez, shooting in the woods, and what monsters truly terrify her. To peep the interview, click here.
It’s more of a fight than a sex scene, really. It’s so violent that it was kind of staged as a fight scene.
I love when it’s kind of clinical. Even a normal sex scene, actually, when they go, “You put your hand here and you here,” “How do you do? We’re going to have sex.”
Here it’s two warriors having sex. They deal with violence every day, and this is how they do it. It’s kind of S&M without the leather. It’s not very romantic, let’s say.
Green is best known for playing Bond girl Vesper Lynd in Casino Royal and sorceress Morgan Le Fay on Starz’ short-lived series “Camelot.” She was also witch Angelique Bouchard in Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows remake. She’ll next be seen as femme fatal Ava Lord in the Sin City sequel A Dame to Kill For.
300: Rise of an Empire is in theaters now.
Marvel has released a new featurette for Captain America: The Winter Soldier showcasing Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow. Big changes since we last saw her in The Avengers and Captain America, namely her hair. It’s longer, straighter, and makes you wish it draped over you as you fu… fought crime together.
Johansson’s curves look better than ever in the Widow’s skintight leather, and should provide pocket-pool closure for those who felt gyped by her voice-only, yet extremely sexy, performance in the A.I. romance drama Her. Captain America: The Winter Soldier is in theaters April 4.
Screen Gems has released a trailer for Deliver Us From Evil, a based-on-true events exorcism drama from writer and director Scott Derrickson (Sinister, The Exorcism of Emily Rose). Eric Bana, Edgar Rameriz, Joel McHale, and geek-goddess Olivia Munn star in the Jerry Bruckheimer Films release.
Deliver Us From Evil follows an Irish Catholic cop (Bana) working with a rogue priest (Ramirez) on a case that may be demonic in nature. Munn plays the cop’s hot wife, who is also linked to the case. She looks good, but it’s no Ghost Tits.
Deliver Us From Evil arrives in theaters on July 2.
Ever wonder what “Glee” would look like with more blood and less preachy gay kids? Magnet Releasing gives us an idea with its red-band trailer for Stage Fright, a musical slasher from director Jerome Sable (ABC’s of Death 2). It arrives on VOD on April 3 and in theaters May 9.
Stage Fright finds the daughter (Allie MacDonald) of a murdered Broadway star (Minnie Driver) following in her mother’s steps by taking a lead role in an art camp play. Shit hits the fan, however, when people start to croak during rehearsals.
Dimension Films has released the first trailer for Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s long-awaited Sin City sequel A Dame to Kill For. Josh Brolin stars as facially-reassigned private dick Dwight McCarthy, a man whose life is led to ruin by the only woman he’s ever loved (Eva Green).
A Dame to Kill For is based on Miller’s comic of the same name, published in 1993 by Dark Horse Comics. Returning players include Mickey Rourke as Marv, Bruce Willis as Hartigan, Rosario Dawson as Gail, Jaime King as twins Goldie/Wendy and Jessica Alba as stripper Nancy.
New faces include Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ray Liotta, Jeremy Piven, Christopher Meloni, Jamie Chung, Alexa Vega, Juno Temple and Playboy model Crystal McCahill. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For arrives in theaters on Aug. 22.
If you thought catching a glimpse of your bloated gut in the mirror after a night of binging on booze and burritos was bad, wait till you see the horrors presented in Blumhouse’s new ghost story Oculus. Directed and co-written by Mike Flanagan (Absentia), the film stars Karen Gillan (”Dr. Who”), Brenton Thwaites (Gods of Eygpt), and Katee Sackhoff (”Battlestar Galactica”).
Oculus follows a twenty-something brother and sister (Gillan, Thwaites) duo orphaned as children after the mysterious murder of their parents. The brother was charged for the crime by authorities, but his sister still believes that a haunted antique mirror is truly responsible for their deaths. The film will hold its premiere at the 2014 SXSW Film Fest in Austin, Texas before hitting theater on April 11.
Lucy Griffith (”True Blood”) is the female lead in NBC and Warner Bros. TV’s upcoming adaptation of DC Comics’ Constantine. She will star alongside Matt Ryan (”Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior”), who plays the titular antihero—an ex-conman turned supernatural detective out to save humanity from demonic forces.
Griffith will play the daughter of Constantine’s dead friend who helps him fight evil after he rescues her from demons. Also along for the ride is Harold Perrineau (”LOST”) as Constantine’s guardian angel Manny. Neil Marshall (The Descent) is attached to direct the premiere episode.
Griffith is best known for playing Eric Northman’s vampire sister Nora on season five of HBO’s “True Blood,” and for her role as doomed Lady Marion of Leaford on the BBC program “Robin Hood.” She also starred on The CW’s short-lived tween zombie drama “The Awakening.”