Gentlemen looking to butter their popcorn while watching Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, and Kristina Anapau in acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky’s (The Fountain) new supernatural thriller Black Swanare encouraged to employ an elegant pinky-out stroke while doing so. Judging by the film’s trailer, this is going to be a classy affair.
Take a gander, but don’t stare. It’s rude:
Black Swan stars Portman, Kunis, Anapau, and Winona Ryder as dancers competing to land a role in their company’s production of “Swan Lake.” The film has generated a lot of buzz thanks in part to a reportedly graphic sex scene between Portman and Kunis.
Costars include Sebastian Stan (The Apparition), Barbara Hershey (Riding the Bullet) as Nina’s mother, and Vincent Cassel (The Cross) as the ballet’s director Yevna.
Black Swan will open the Venice International Film Festival on Sept 1.
A red-band trailer for director Adam Gierasch’s long-delayed Night of the Demons remake has hit the web. Despite starring gorgeous up-and-comer Diora Baird and her stunningly naked 32-DD’s, the film is slated for DVD and Blu-ray release on Oct. 19.
Take a sneak peek:
Night of the Demons is a remake of the 1988 cult classic starring beloved scream-queen Linnea Quigley (yes, she has a cameo in the new film). The film, now set in New Orleans, follows a sexy group of girlfriends as they fight off demons at a Halloween celebration.
Along with Baird, the stroke-worthy cast includes Shannon Elizabeth (Thirteen Ghosts), Monica Keena (Freddy VS. Jason), Bobbi Sue Luther (Laid to Rest), Tiffany Shepis (Stripped), and Holly Ladnier (Jonah Hex). The film is Gierasch’s followup to his chilling 2008 debut Autopsy, starring Jessica Lowndes.
Baird’s horror creds include the upcoming Ghost House Pictures release 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, the horror-comedy Stan Helsing, and Jonathan Liebesman’s 2006 prequel The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning.
Night of the Demons vagina-less stars include Edward Furlong (Terminator 2: Judgement Day), Jonathan Beach (”Fear Clinic”)), Michael Copon (Scorpion King: Rise of a Warrior), and Eric F. Adams (Autopsy).