Rising Starlet: Larissa Vereza

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Larissa Vereza is the sort of cutie we’ll be entranced with faster than you can say “linda menina”, proving just how much of a lovely girl she is. Thank the lucky stars, 2014 has given us this Brazilian beauty who is poised to win hearts in the US and soon internationally. She may have just crossed over to Hollywood with her leading lady role in “Android Cop” but there’s already tons of buzz attached to her status as a enchanting newcomer. Set in a futuristic city, “Android Cop” sees Larissa star as Helen Jacobs, daughter of Mayor Jacobs (Emmy Winner Charles S. Dutton) who joins a cop (Michael Jai White) and his robotic partner in investigating why disease is prevalent in the Zone, a restricted section of the city. The relationship between her and her Mayor father however is not as straightforward as it seems and provides the twist in this actioner. Riding on the coattails of the resurrection of dystopian sci-fi flicks with the “Robocop” remake, “Android Cop” pits the cyborg police as a sidekick of a human rather than the titular hero. With its premiere on the SyFy Channel, VOD, DVD and Blue Ray, there’s plenty of reasons to watch and be captivated by Larissa. This would of course include her kissable lips and effervescent smile that can warm any heart.

As audiences will discover by visiting the LARISSA VEREZA OFFICIAL SITE, she’s accomplished in a great many things, with her ability as a multi-instrumentalist being one of her gifted talents. She’s also in the midst of directing and producing her original film script, “A Dream without a Destiny.” Known for her intelligence and intensity onscreen, Larissa can easily handle the dramatic undertones of a story. With the “Machete” films introducing a bevy of Latin American actresses, it wouldn’t be presumptious of us to think she could be cast in the next installment “Machete Kills Again… In Space!” if it ever gets developed. I think she would do just as amazing in a zany comedy as she has done in her previously more serious appearances onscreen. So i say Muito obrigado to Larissa for gracing us with her most beguiling presence…:)

Santa Barbara Film Festival Spotlight: Foxy Femme Lynn Moore

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From her goddess lips and infinite radiance, Lynn Moore does possess the kind of beauty we so often have an affinity for. She does belong to the select group of women whose attractiveness is palpable be it onscreen, photos and even real life. It will become clear that Lynn is also more than just a pretty face. You’ll be able to catch her in the quirky indie comedy “Chu and Blossom” which screens on 31st Jan. “Chu and Blossom” is a tale of opposites, one a giant of a korean exchange student and the other a performance artist who bond together when he arrives in the US. Got to love that the female cast hails from a myriad of countries with Aussie actress Caitlin Stasey and NZ leading lady Melanie Lynskey expected to shine. In similar fashion, this could be the film to give the necessary exposure for Lynn.

After watching the suspense-laden trailer (above) of her upcoming feature “Anagram”, Lynn’s handling of the twisted themes and psychological terrors will show her potential. She plays Daphne Langley, a desperate women who stumbles from one bad situation to another that’s about to get even worse. Her idea of salvation quickly go south as she goes from harbored fugitive to captive slave by a madman. With such a tellingly gripping performance, we can’t wait to see more of Lynn!

Remember to drop by the LYNN MOORE OFFICIAL SITE for more info.