Hotties on Film, TV and DVD – 5 June 2015


1. Courtney Hope in “Bones”

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– Courtney amps up her sex appeal in the new episode of “Bones” as Elizabeth Collins, a woman we learn is in an affair with her yoga instructor and winds up a murder suspect. Of course, her character appears in rather tempting photos from a website known as Peek-A-Pic!
– Cometh Courtney the fast rising TV starlet having guest-starred on “NCIS” and is slated to appear in “Quantum Break”, the revolutionary series that blends gaming and television.
– She is a vixen after all, the slightly pursing of her kissable lips onscreen is a sure sign of avid enchantment. Don’t miss Courtney as the leading lady of “Displacement” that takes you on a quantum leap and then some!

2. Melissa Marie Elias in “UnReal”


– In “UnReal”, catch the ravishing Melissa as Crystal, a sexy contestant on the fictional dating competition show called Everlasting which has its fair share of catfights, bitchy behavior as well as antics and that’s just the start of all the drama!
– Melissa effortlessly adds that touch of spice and glamor to the show as she stirs up a slice of trouble in the so-called love seekers paradise on the very first season.
– The advent of our obsession with Canadian actresses has already been planted and Melissa is elevating it to more passion-worthy heights!

3. Elissa Dowling in “We Are Still Here”


– Popular Scream Queen Elissa stars as Eloise Dagmar, a vengeful spirit in the freakily scary haunted house tale “We Are Still Here”.
– She may be covered in heavy makeup in the film but you can dubbed Elissa as being one of the sex bombs of the horror world on account of her innate sensuality. Her Twitter account does state ‘Actress, singer, wildlife rehabilitator. My initials are E.D. but I give tons of boners.’!
– On that note, many fans would not be able to resist watching her upcoming feature “Orgy Of The Damned” where she’ll be a visual pleasure from start to finish.

4. Lindsay Sawyer in “The Posthuman Project”

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– Ever since Hayden Panettiere showcased her powers on “Heroes”, we’ve been intrigued by female superheroes and Lindsay plays Gwen Black with such a foxy verve in “The Posthuman Project”, she’s adore-worthy.
– With her delightful pink streaks on her hair, Lindsay infuses Gwen with a charming wit that is deserving of admiration on a global scale as an upcoming indie darling.
– She does have an exciting upcoming project called “The New Adult” where she’s appearing as an employee at a tattoo studio.

Rising Starlet: Alycia Grant

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It’s a boon to see the future stars of entertainment in the comfort of our homes and the inviting Alycia Grant has an all round appeal that’s praiseworthy. She currently has a recurring role in “Chasing Life” on ABC Family where the series focuses on up and coming journalist April (Italia Ricci) who discovers she has cancer. Catch Alycia as Meg, a member of the cancer patient support group April is attending and this week in particular Meg has a more prominent role throughout Episode 8. Don’t forget to follow Meg’s progression (if you haven’t seen the series yet) in episodes 6,7,8, 14, & 17! With her and Italia’s character’s dealing with ‘The Big C’, expect them to strike up a bond.

Her run on television continues as she’s also in the upcoming season of CSI (season 15) specifically Episode 2! Likewise her short film “Chasing The Past” is screening at this year’s Rhode Island Film Festival on August 9 which sees her as a female time traveler. As the mysterious Natalie, she’s a female Dr Who of sorts who is on the run and inevitably her path crosses with a man who just suffered a tragic loss. Take a peek at one of the more tense moments from “Chasing The Past” here: Some talents can tell stories with their eyes and Alycia affects the urgency of her character’s predicament with wonderful intensity. There’s a delicate grace about her that’s makes her an ideal figure of adulation. A sweet girl is deserving of ardor and plenty will have a soft spot for the beautiful Alycia Grant in the coming months.