Hotties On Film, DVD, TV and the Web – 26 Oct 2015


1. Cody Kennedy in “Casual” on HULU


– A Goddess in her own right and with her amiable effervescence, Cody Kennedy is a radiant enchanter who has a mesmerising effect on anyone who have come across her work
– Famed for her roles on TV, catch her as Destiny in “Casual”, this Wednesday, 28th October on Hulu and with the theme being one that’s sex heavy, threading open relationships including foursomes, expect Cody to be a temptation for the eyes.
– There may be a hot blonde in my country of Singapore right now by the name of Maria Sharapova, the tennis darling but there’ll be many raving about the comely Miss Cody in Asia and around the world.

2. Emily Coutts in “Crimson Peak”


– Canadian Vixen Emily Coutt’s entrancing breakthrough role as Emma, the lifestyle blogger who begins to seriously contemplate her life when her wedding plans are rescheduled in “Barn Wedding” is testament to her magical ability to carry a movie.
– Don’t miss her in Guillermo del Toro’s lush gothic horror romance “Crimson Peak” as Eunice and Emily makes quite the fashion statement when she takes to the screen.
– Could the arena of television be the next step in her ascendency especially since she will be appearing in “The Girlfriend Experience” based on the Steven Soderbergh film of the same name that centres on a high-end call girl played by pornstar Sasha Grey.

3. Rachel Sondag in “Blunt Talk”

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– There’s many shows that are having their finales this week and so we’re become enamoured with the women of television such as the absorbing as well as likeable Rachel Sondag.
– In the comedy series “Blunt Talk” on Starz, she of course plays the eco-friendly Sally, the wife of Duncan Adler (Jason Schwartzman) who makes a very bold statement by kidnapping British newscaster Walter Blunt (the legendary Patrick Stewart).
– With her impressive run as a must-watch comedienne alongside some of the biggest stars, Rachel may soon find herself as one of the brightest prospects in Tinseltown.

4. Niki Koss in “Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse”

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– No Zombie Feature is complete without a ravishing face at the centre of attention and Niki Koss is one to covet especially since she’s one of the headliners in potential hit “Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse”.
– This stunner is on course to be a huge crush for fans across multiple genres as she stars as Chloe, the popular high schooler who is best friends with Kendall and Jeff, played by Halston Sage and Patrick Schwarzenegger.
– Check out the interview I was lucky enough to have with her HERE. Her reel (above) confirms she makes for one bewitching leading lady to leave us swooning indefinitely!

5. Masa Lizdek in “Lost Girl”


– Canadian sweetheart Masa Lizdek should be lauded for having an avant-guard charisma and she’s thoroughly captivating whether she’s channeling the boyish looks ala Emma Watson or the elfin allure which she makes her own.
– The popular show “Lost Girl” is also having its Season Finale this week so be sure to keep a look for the lovely Masa who guest stars.
– It was the imaginative Jay Baruchel show “Man Seeking Woman” that I first saw Masa in her element as the hippie Aja which affirms my affection for her as being one of the cutest actresses on our planet.

Hotties On Film, DVD and TV – 6 Sep 2015


1. Sophie Curtis in “The Childhood Of A Leader”


– At this year’s prestigious Venice Film Festival, Sophie will be on the big screen alongside Robert Pattinson who stars as a soon-to-be dictator in “The Childhood Of A Leader”.
– With her quintessence of geniality, Sophie is likely to be a perennial fixture at film fests and red carpet premieres where she’s a photographer’s dream.
– She is also the youngest daughter of acclaimed fashion designer Jill Stuart whose eponymous label has luminaries such as Leighton Meester and Hilary Swank as clients. Sophie herself is already becoming an established fashionista and very soon a rising star in 2015!

2. Alison Wandzura in “Mistresses”


– The elegant Alison is ideal for putting on them scrubs onscreen and she does it with such poise as Dr. Pauline Jenkins in the recent finale of “Mistresses”.
– Her charisma is something to be fond of and this Canadian starlet is garnering an impressive run on TV having been on “iZombie” and “Once Upon A Time”.
– Alison is in the throes of filming her scenes in the expected return of the yet untitled “X-Files” series and hopefully we get to see her add sparkle to new mysteries alongside David Duchovny as well as Gillian Anderson.

3. Emma Fitzpatrick in “Before We Go” & “Significant Mother”


– Emma is certainly hot property seeing how she’s recently dazzled the red carpet of the premiere of her movie “Before We Go” with Chris Evans and Alice Eve. Add to that her roles in cult horror hit “Bloodsucking Bastards” and the new CW series “Significant Mother”.
– In “Significant Mother”, she embodies the brash yet talented Sam Dillinger who happens to work for leading man Nate (played by Josh Zuckerman) and a potential love interest.
– This may be her first TV series stint and already she’s generated loads of interest with her exuberance and obvious attractiveness.

4. Barbara Goodson in “Cruel Will”


– Don’t miss her as Aunt Eloise of the lead actress in “Cruel Will” whose abusive father died in what is a twisted world they live in.
– Famed for voicing Empress Rita Repulsa” on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, this foxy lady has played a wide array of interesting characters with such polish. On that note one can say she has an undeniable sensuality too!
– She can also be seen in the must-see horror flick “The Chosen” which has just topped the iTunes charts this week.

5. Anne Gregory in “Drunk Wedding”


– Anne stars in “Drunk Wedding” as Daphne, the wife of wedding videographer Phil who is covering her sister’s wedding even as it descends into debauchery.
– Known for her comedic work and her ability to bring a smile to our faces, Anne is indeed all sassy ebullience.
– She’s also lend her vocal talents to the hit animated series “American Dad” proving that her appeal is beyond just the visual.