Well Go USA has set a Sept. 25 home video release date for director-producer Jonathan Glendening’s (13 HRS)Strippers vs. Werewolves. The U.K. production follows a pack of vengeful lycans as they hunt down the lap dancers responsible for killing one of their kin.
Costars in the film include horror icon Robert Englund and a bevy of half-naked babes including Barbara Nedeljekova (Hostel), Sarah Douglas (Return of the Living Dead 3), Ali Bastian (”Hollyoaks”), Charlie Bond (Riot) and top-heavy British model Lucy Pinder in her feature film debut.
Kaitlyn Leeb, the 24-year-old stunner cast as the three-breasted hooker in Columbia Pictures soon-to-be-released Total Recall remake, is speaking out about the iconic role and the reactions people had after seeing her at Comic-Con while in character, complete with boobie prosthetics.
There were a bunch of people at Comic Con asking if I had surgery for the third one. Others thought that the two on the side were real.
I guess that’s the one thing that bothers me the most is that they think I’m out there prancing around Comic Con with my breasts out. They really are not mine.
Leeb tells the site that her new found fame is “crazy and exciting at the same time.” She knows fans of the original have been waiting to know if the three-breasted hooker was going to be in the remake, but up until now had been sworn to secrecy.
They didn’t want to release too early that there would be a three-breasted woman from the original. It was hush-hush. I had to fly to Los Angeles a couple of times last June and July to do the body cast to create the three breasts and my agent said ‘Don’t tell anyone!’
Horror fans will, of course, recognize Leeb from her doomed, naked-lesbian turn in the crazy-fun 2011 slasher Wrong Turn 4. Total Recall arrives in theaters on Aug. 3.
Lady Gaga wrapped her scenes as La Chameleon today in Robert Rodriguez’s Machete Kills, a sequel to the director’s 2010 grind-house actioner Machete. Rodriguez broke the news today—and revealed the poster seen above—on his Twitter feed.
I just finished working with @Lady Gaga on @MacheteKills, she kicked SO MUCH ASS! Holy Smokes. Blown away!
Machete Kills follows Machete as he’s recruited by the U.S. government to bring down a billionaire arms dealer (Gibson) plotting global warfare with a high-tech space weapon. The film is currently shooting in Austin, Texas for a 2013 release.
Magnolia Pictures has released the first full-length trailer for its upcoming Sapphic werewolf thriller Jack & Diane, starring indie-darling Juno Temple (Killer Joe) and Elvis Presley’s model-turned-actress granddaughter Riley Keough (Mad Max: Fury Road).
Jack and Diane follows Jack (Keough), a harden New York City dyke, as she attempts to keep her latest conquest Diane (Temple) from leaving town. What Jack doesn’t know is that Diane’s lesbian-awakening has unleashed her animalistic nature.
Jack and Diane arrives on VOD on Sept. 28 and in theaters for a limited run on Nov. 2. The film is rated R for nudity.
Anchor Bay Films will release Jennifer Lynch’s new serial killer drama Chained as a DVD and Blu-ray combo-pack on Oct. 2. The NC-17 rated film stars Vincent D’Onofrio as a sadistic and extremely lazy killer who abducts the young son (Eamon Farren) of one of his victims (Julia Ormond) to help keep his murder house clean and fresh.
Lynch, daughter of famed filmmaker David Lynch, made her directorial debut in 1993 with the outrageous, and criminally underrated, psychological drama Boxing Helena. The film, which centered on a surgeon so consumed with a woman that he amputates her limbs to keep her from leaving him, was severely panned by critics and caused a shit-storm of outrage from the National Organization of Women.
Lynch, then 25, embarked on a self-imposed 15-year hiatus that came to an end with the release of her triumphant sophomore effort Surveillance in 2008. The twisted serial killer mystery was a hit with critics and movie fans alike. Sadly, Lynch’s good luck once again came to an end when she lost control of her third film Hisss, a creature-feature based on an ancient Indian legend to her Bollywood investors.
Chained, formerly known as Rabbit, the nickname given to the kidnapped boy, is Lynch’s fourth film.
“Adrianne Curry’s Super Fans” is set to launch in September on Stan Lee’s new all original-programming YouTube channel “World of Heroes.” The show finds the model/Cos-play enthusiast visiting movie, comic and gaming fans at conventions and at their homes, all while sporting some sexy cos-play outfits of her own.
Jessica Biel has backed out of playing sexy villainess Viper in 20th Century Fox’s The Wolverine, a sequel to the studio’s horrible X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Stepping into the dog shit role is Russian actress Svetlana Khodchenkova, reports Twitch.
Khodchenkova joins a cast that includes Hal Yamanouchi (Push) as Yashida, Tao Okamoto as one-time Wolverine fiancee Mariko, Rila Fukushima as assassin Yukio, Hiroyuki Sanada (“LOST”) as Wolverine foe the Silver Samurai and Hugh Jackman as the Wolverine.
Khodchenkova has starred in a variety of Russian films and posed for the October 2008 issue of Playboy Russia. The 29-year-old is best known in America for her role in the old-people thriller Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.
The Wolverine is directed by James Mangold (Knight and Day, 3:10 to Yuma).
Attack of the 50-Foot Cheerleader follows an awkward college coed (Jena Sims) whose use of an experimental drug to become a popular and beautiful cheerleader makes her grow into a 50-foot giant. Labaredas plays one of the sorority sisters at the house of Zeta.
Labaredas can also be seen in the creature-feature Camel Spiders, as a Princess Leia cos-player in the Seth Rogan-voiced alien-comedy Paul, and in the sex comedies Bachelor Party 2: The Last Temptation and National Lampoon’s Cattle Call. She also stars in Dave Edwards’ documentary ComicCosplay.
The first teaser trailer for Warner Bros. upcoming Superman reboot Man of Steel premiered this week at showings of the studio’s new summer blockbuster The Dark Knight Rises. If you’ve decided to wait for the Dark Knight sequel to hit Red Box… don’t worry; I’ve got your back.