Here you see Portuguese model/actress Paula Labaredas shooting a commercial as comic heroine Vampirella for director Dave Edwards upcoming documentary ComicCosplay, an in depth look at people obsessed with dressing up as their favorite movie, anime, and comic book characters.
These shots were taken at Meltdown Comics in Hollywood, Ca. Labaredas looks hot as hell, but the pics don’t look all that professional which leads me to wonder if she’s been bamboozled into starring in one of those parody pornos the kids are crazy about these days ::cough:: Not Vampirella XXX.
Labaredas’ acting creds include the creature-feature Camel Spiders, an uncredited turn as a Princess Leia cosplayer in the Seth Rogan-voiced alien-comedy Paul, and sex comedies Bachelor Party 2: The Last Temptation and National Lampoon’s Cattle Call.
Warren Publishing first introduced Vampirella in 1969.
Season six of Showtime’s award-winning serial killer drama “Dexter” is set to premiere this Sunday, Oct. 2. This time out Dex will be facing off against a dangerous religious zealot (Edward James Olmos), a reformed killer (Mos Def), and Sgt. Angel Batista’s (David Zayas) hot tamale of a sister (Aimee Garcia).
Photos of Kristen Stewart on the set of Universal Pictures Snow White and the Huntsman have hit the web. The Rupert Sanders-directed film is a dark re-imagining of the classic fairy tale that finds Snow White (Stewart) taking up arms to battle an evil queen (Charlize Theron).
Snow White and the Huntsman costars Chris Hemsworth as the Huntsman, Sam Claflin as the Prince, British fashion model Liberty Ross and Noah Huntley as Snow White’s mother and father, and Robert Pattinson as Sparkly the dwarf.
Looks like the producers of ABC’s upcoming fairytale drama “Once Upon a Time” may have finally gotten wind of the notorious Paula Marshall curse. The unlucky star of failed TV shows “Gary Unmarried,” “Hidden Hills,” “Snoops,” “Cupid,” and “Wild Oats” has been replaced by “True Blood’s” Kristen Bauer van Straten in the role of wicked fairy godmother Malificent.
Created by “LOST” executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, “Once Upon a Time” follows Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison), daughter of Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas), as she’s beckoned to the small New England town of Storybrooke to help free it from an Evil Queen’s (Lana Parilla) curse.
Malificent will be introduced during episode two of the series, set to air on Oct. 30. The character is expected to be a recurring role for van Straten, who is best known for her portrayal of sardonic bloodsucker Pam on the HBO vampire soap “True Blood.”
Aspiring actress Sierra Holmes was my favorite contestant on season two of VH1’s “Scream Queens,” reality-competition series. She wasn’t very good, but her determination and endearing goofiness had me rooting for her every week.
Well, now comes news that Holmes has landed a role in Dimension Films’ Piranha 3-DD, the John Gulager-directed sequel to Alexandre Aja’s well-reviewed-but-dead-in-the-water Piranha 3-D. No word on what part she plays, but she’s always had the … ahem … natural talents needed to star in such a film.
Holmes also stars in Redhawk Studios and Sick Flick Productions’ upcoming horror anthology Scream Queen Campfire. The bubbly 24-year-old appears in a vignette entitled “Marshmallows & Blood.” Judging from the teaser below, she’s been honing her craft.
That’s all I need to know to get my dark little heart racing for Mycho Pictures’ new indie frightener Slasher House. What? There’s also a trailer with a gratuitous nude butt shot of star Eleanor James? Well, now, I’m just gonna have to send those guys a fruit basket for their kindness.
Slasher House follows a girl named Red (James) who awakens to find herself trapped in an abandoned asylum that houses some of the world’s most vicious serial murderers. Written and directed by MJ Dixon, the film costars Adam Williams, Wellington Grosvenor, Andrew M. Greenwood and Alex Grimshaw as the four killers.
Stephen King read a chapter from his upcoming novel “Dr. Sleep,” the eagerly anticipated sequel to his 1977 masterpiece “The Shining,” while accepting the Mason Award at the annual Fall for the Book festival in Fairfax, Virginia.
“Dr. Sleep” follows a grown-up Danny Torrence as he uses his unique powers to help the ill pass away peacefully at the hospice where he works. Trouble arises, however, when a group of psychic vampires called The Tribe swoop into town to feed on people’s energy.
Former supermodel and original X-Men player Rebecca Romjin toplines RHI Entertainment’s new TV original Possessing Piper Rose. The 38-year-old stunner and “Medium’s” David Cubitt star as adoptive parents who soon realize they should have just bought some fish.
The official synopsis reads:
Joanna (Romjin) and Ben’s (Cubitt) dream of adopting a child come true when a sympathetic but mysterious agent places with them a darling four-year-old girl named Piper (Isabella Cramp).
But these new parents are plagued by a series of inexplicable and unnerving occurrences, including visions of Piper’s long-dead birth mother, and the chilling truth of Piper’s past comes to light.
Even more horrifying is what the future holds for the little girl and for her new family as they are all drawn into the chilling secrets of the dead, and beyond.
Possessing Piper Rose also stars Jared Abrahamson (Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days), Christine Wiles (Red Riding Hood), and Sarah-Jane Redmond (Case 39). Lifetime will air the supernatural thriller on Monday, Oct. 24.
Romjin is best known to movie audiences for her portrayal of mutant sexpot Mystique in 20th Century Fox’s X-Men franchise. She’s also starred in Brian De Palma’s erotic-thriller Femme Fatale, Lionsgate’s creepy-kid frightener Godsend and Lionsgate’s ‘04 adaptation of Marvel’s Punisher.
The Asylum has released a trailer for director Nick Lyon’s (Species: The Awakening) upcoming home-video feature Zombie Apocalypse, starring Taryn Manning, former “Spartacus” star Lesley-Ann Brandt, Ving Rhames, Eddie Steeple and Eddie Steeple’s “My Name Is Earl” fro (glad to see it still getting some work).
Zombie Apocalypse follows a group of survivors in California making their way to Catalina island in the hopes of finding refuge from a world overtaken by the living dead. The film makes its way onto DVD on Dec. 27.
Penthouse Pet and adult starlet Veronica Ricci is set to scare the pants off horror fans (well … those still wearing any after the opening creds) in Tomcat Films’ indie-slasher Bloody Mary 3-D. Directed by some guy named Charlie Vaughn, the flick follows a group of filmmakers who unwittingly awaken the ghost of Mary Worth (aka Bloody Mary) while shooting a music video for a rock band.
Joining Ricci in the project are Alena Savostikova (Sand Sharks), Diane Jay Gonzalez (#1 Cheerleader Camp), Shannon Bobo, Genna Mc’Cohen, Brittany Rose, porn vet Ron Jeremy, porn starlet Shay Golden and sexy “All My Children” recurring Natalie Pero. Check out the NSFW trailer here.
Ricci is the Penthouse Pet of the Year Runner-up 2010 and the star of such family classics Welcome to Bondage, Veronica’s Private Tickle Hell, Girls Who Want Girls, and Sideline Sluts: Cheerleader Confessions.
To conjure up more Boody Mary 3-D info and pics, check out the film’s Facebook page.