South African model-turned-actress Tanit Phoenix and her glorious breasts are set to get your motor running on Jan. 18 with the release of Universal’s Death Race: Frankenstein Lives, the straight-to-DVD prequel to 2008’s Jason Statham vehicle.
Phoenix plays Katrina Banks, an ex-military sniper doing time for killing her superior officer. In the following clip, the 29-year-old babe talks about her character, her unique name, and yada yada while her boobs do all the hard work in skimpy tops.
Peep it, yo:
Death Race: Frankenstein Lives costars Luke Goss, Sean Bean, Ving Rhames, Lauren Cohan, and Hollywood’s hardest working Mexi-can Danny Trejo. Universal has already announced plans for a third Death Race installment.
Up next for Phoenix is the role of narrator on HBO’s sexy new 13-part mystery series “Femme Fatales,” an Americanized version of Univision’s “Mujeres Asesinas (Murderous Women).” Phoenix is also rumored to be in the running for the role of Wonder Woman in writer/producer David E. Kelly’s TV adaptation of DC Comics’ beloved Amazonian heroine.
If you need your Phoenix fix now, however, you can catch the 5-foot-9 stunner dwarfing Corey Feldman in Lost Boys: The Thirst.
Yvonne Zima (sister to “Californication’s” resident bad girl Madeline) broke into Hollywood at the age of five playing Dr. Mark Greene’s daughter Rachel on the long-running NBC medical drama “ER.” Now 21, the acting vet finally looks like someone we’d definitely play doctor with, and by play doctor we, of course, mean slice-and-dice.
That’s where Passion River Films come in. The studio has cast Zima as the female lead in newbie director Sage Bannick’s upcoming serial killer frightener The Absent. The New Jersey born actress will play Katie Anderson, a high school student engaged in an affair with her teacher and a game of cat-and-mouse with his homicidal brother.
Produced by Chris Siverston (I Know Who Killed Me), The Absent arrives on DVD on March 15. However, if you live near one of the following theaters, you could catch it on the big screen during its limited run starting on Jan. 7.
Peep the dates and locations:
Jan. 7 – Seattle WA, Ethnic Cultural Theater
Jan. 8 – Wenatchee WA, Liberty Theater
Jan. 9 – Omak WA, Mirage Theater
Jan. 10 – Ellensburg WA, – Central Washington University
Jan. 11 – Moscow ID, – Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre
Jan. 12 – Spokane WA, Magic Lantern Theater
Jan. 13 – Twisp WA, Twisp River Pub
Jan. 14 – Eugene OR, Bijou Theater
Jan. 15 – LA CA, Sweetwater Theater
Jan. 16 – San Jose CA, Hensely Theater