Swedish stunner Katia Winter has landed a recurring role on season seven of Showtime’s award-winning serial killer drama “Dexter.” The 24-year-old will play a Russian stripper working at a Miami gentlemen’s club.
According to TVLine.com, Winter joins a cast of newbies that includes Ray Stevenson as an Eastern European crime syndicate member visiting Miami to avenge the death of an associate and Jason Gedrick as the owner of the nudie bar where Winter’s character shakes her money-maker.
Gillian Anderson sightings are about as rare as UFOs these days. The “X-Files” star has been churning out boring, unwatchable fare after boring, unwatchable fare. Even her last “X-Files” movie blew little green dicks.
But, now, Anderson is back in a sci-fi project people may see: I’ll Follow You Down. The Richie Mehta-directed thriller follows a young man named Erol and his grandfather as they make a shocking discovery about the mysterious disappearance of Erol’s scientist father.
Anderson will play Erol’s mother Marika. She joins a cast that includes Haley Joel Osment (Sixth Sense) as Erol, Rufus Sewell(Dark City) as his father Gabriel and Victor Garber(”Alias”) as his grandfather.
AMG Entertainment has released a trailer for director Nozomu Kasagi’s adaptation of the erotic superhero manga Mask the Kekkou Reborn. The film centers on a nude, masked heroine as she protects a group of Japanese schoolgirls from a variety of perverts.
If you thought Scarlett Johansson’s opening fight sequence as a chair-bound Black Widow in Joss Whedon’s The Avengers was stroke-worthy impressive, wait to you see Japanese porn star Kishi Aino use her bare muff to suffocate an evildoer midair!
Stuart Gordon’s “Re-Animator: The Musical” will end its run at the Hayworth Theater in Downtown, Los Angeles on June 3. Adapted from Gordon’s beloved 1985 film, the production follows the grisly havoc caused by med school students Herbert West and Dan Cain after they set out to reanimate human corpses.
The show which was recently named Musical of the Year at the LA Weekly Theater Awards, reunites Gordon with Re-Animator writers Dennis Paoli and William J. Norris and FX artists John Buechler and Anthony Doublin. The result is a love song for fans of the classic film.
Mrs. Muertos and I caught the musical last year when it played at the Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood and had a total blast. The songs are funny and, best of all, catchy (”I Give Life” and “Basement” are especially fun). The cast is a treat to watch, especially Graham Skipper in the role of West.
But, why just read when you can experience? Tickets to the show are available for May 27, May 31 and June 1-3 right now at ReanimatorTheMusical.com. Enter the code “008″ and you’ll get half-off any ticket, any show (you’re welcome). Hell, you can even use the code at the Hayworth box office.
Those looking for interactive thrills can purchase seats in the “splatter zone” and/or enter a Re-Animator costume contest on Saturday, June 2 during a special 10:30 p.m. late show. The Hayworth Theater is located at 2511 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles.
But, that ain’t all! Clatto has got a pair of FREE tickets for the first person to email me at email@example.com with the answer to this question: What is the name of Dan Cain’s cat?
Images from Brian De Palma’s Passion, an American remake of the French erotic thriller Love Crime, have gone online. The film’s story centers on a beautiful business woman’s ill-fated manipulation and seduction of her naive protégé.
Passion stars Rachel McAdams as boss bitch Christine and Noomi Rapace as her seemingly weak assistant. Dominic Cooper (Devil’s Double), Paul Anderson (A Lonely Place to Die), Karoline Herfurth (We Are the Night) and Rainer Bock (Inglourious Basterds) round out the cast.
The photos released preview McAdams (Sherlock Holmes) and Rapace’s (Prometheus) Sapphic inklings and provide some sexy behind-the-scenes shots too. The film is currently being shopped at Cannes.
British actress Gabriella Wilde is set to star in MGM and Sony Screen Gems’ new adaptation of Stephen King’s 1974 novel “Carrie,” starring Chloe Moretz (Let Me In) as the tormented telekinetic teen.
Wilde, last seen in Paul W.S. Anderson’s steampunk adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ beloved classic The Three Musketeers, will play the role of mean bitch and tampon terrorist Sue Snell, played in the original by Amy Irving.
Carrie tells the story of a bullied high school girl who develops deadly telepathic powers when she reaches puberty. After suffering a humiliating prank at her school’s prom, she freaks the fuck out and uses her new found skills to punish her classmates and her deranged mother.
Carrie is directed by Kimberly Peirce (Boys Don’t Cry) and costars Julianne Moore as Carrie’s mother Margaret White, “Californication’s” Judy Greer as gym teacher Miss Collins and Chronicle’sAlex Russell.
Emily Browning, nude star of Sleeping Beauty and less nude star of Sucker Punch, is in negotiations to topline Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke’s new psychological thriller Plush. The film is currently being shopped at Cannes.
Plush centers on a psychologist who uses his psychic abilities to free patients from their demons. Things complicate when he meets a pretty teen (Browning) with similar powers. Hardwicke directs from a script she cowrote with Artie Nelson.
Browning got her start in movies at the age of eight. Her genre creds include Ghost Ship, Darkness Falls, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Uninvited and the aforementioned must-sees Sucker Punch and Sleeping Beauty.
Magnolia Pictures has released a first look clip from its upcoming Sapphic werewolf thriller Jack & Diane. The scene finds leads Juno Temple and Riley Keough (Elvis Presley’s granddaughter) parting ways with a smooch after spending a hot lesbian night together.
Jack and Diane follows Jack (Keough), a harden New York City dyke, as she attempts to keep her latest out-of-town conquest Diane (Temple) from leaving. What Jack doesn’t know is that Diane’s lesbian-awakening has unleashed her animalistic nature.
Sadly, the Bradley Rust Gray-directed film is more haughty arthouse drama than campy thriller so Keough is made up to look like Elvis Presley’s grandson. However, it did get an R-rating for nudity so there’s that.
Jack and Diane arrives on VOD on Sept. 28 and in theaters for a limited run on Nov. 2.
MGM is producing a series for the Lifetime network centered on “Silence of the Lambs” protagonist Clarice Starling. “Clarice” will follow Starling’s life and career immediately after her graduation from the FBI academy.
The show will also find Starling attempting to find love in the big city while fighting off carbs and not losing sight of her biological clock. I kid! Chances are the program will focus on Starling solving crimes and her troubled upbringing, first explored in the Thomas Harris books.
It’s too early to know who will play the role of Clarice Starling, but considering the part won Jodie Foster an Academy Award, agent phones must already be lighting up. Coincidentally (or not), NBC is currently cooking up an hour-long crime drama set around the early days of Hannibal Lecter.
An unrated trailer for the Alexandre Aja-produced remake of the gory 1980 slasher Maniac is now online. The redo stars Elijah Wood as Frank Zito, a sadistic killer haunted by hallucinations of his abusive mother and who seeks women online to murder and scalp.
Maniac is directed by Franck Khalfoun (P2) and costars French actress Nora Arnezeder (Safe House) as Zito’s girlfriend Anna and America Olivo as his hot-to-trot mom. The slasher, filmed in Los Angeles, is currently being shopped at Cannes.