Enchanting Hotties at Los Angeles Film Festival 2012


Michelle Clunie in “Magic Mike”

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Michelle Clunie appears opposite Matthew McConaughey in “Magic Mike” as his girl and take it from me, the comedy is heavy on testosterone but there’s more than enough talented vixens on show. On top of being ravishing, we’ve had crushes on the “Queer As Folk” star because she adept at pushing the envelope onscreen. Slated to dazzle in the off-Broadway play “US”, a 21st century love story during our time of constantly evolving media, Michelle has become a figure of admiration.

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Teresa Palmer in “Bear”

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When it comes to choosing a soulmate, I reckon Teresa Palmer comes pretty close as being a first choice for most. Not just because she went topless in the intense slow-burner of an Aussie thriller “Restraint” but because she has a sereneness about her. Since then, she’s cut her teeth on sci-fi, comedy and the shocking short film “Bear”. All I have to say 11 minutes might be a tad too short to admire Teresa onscreen but what we get is sheer magnetism from this fascinating blonde starlet.

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Leslie Murphy in “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World”

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Leslie Murphy is becoming quite the regular face on this blog and with good reason. The beguiling redhead is in “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World”, starring alongside Steve Carell and Keira Knightley. Her laudable turn as a feisty love interest in “White Irish Drinkers” back in 2010 got her instant approval from reviewers and moviegoers alike, with one calling her a firecracker. In her case, it’s not just Irish eyes that are smiling for there are surely plenty awaiting her next feature.

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Clare Bowen in “Dead Man’s Burden”

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A little reminiscent of Jennifer Lawrence in her riveting performance from “Winter’s Bone”, Australian actress Clare Bowen makes her own bold statement in “Dead Man’s Burden”. Just as she did in the under-rated child-harvesting thriller “The Clinic”, she’s a picture of strength in the moody western as a woman whose brother seemingly returns from the dead. With so many dramatic roles under her belt, Clare is being touted as a future leading lady…:)

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Amber Benson in “Laura Keller, NB”

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Post-Buffy, Amber Benson has grown into her own as an indie darling and it seems she is tailor-made to shine in the genre. Her projects are as diverse as they are emotional, bordering on our inner desires and the complications that so often follows. In the short “Laura Keller, NB”, she’s a woman who learns of her permanent sterilization in a world of over-population. Intriguing at its core, this is another role for Amber that defines how accomplished an actress she is.

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