The Femme Fatales Lady Death III Statue captures the comic book character that is truly to die for. Eternally young and sexy, but always deadly, Lady Death is brought to three-dimensional life on this 9-inch-tall statue based on the cover of Lady Death: The Reckoning #1 (Dark Queen Edition) by Richard Ortiz. Sculpted by Sam […]
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After a long break from performing… Lypsinka is back! Lypsinka is not a drag queen. She is a drag LEGEND! An icon that transcends the genre! John Epperson, the man behind the femme fatale, is a huge talent and a fierce comedic actor - and we are thrilled that we got to see his Lypskinka! The Boxed [...]
English actress Natalie Dormer is best known for playing beguiling femme fatales as astute as they are alluring—currently as Margaery
Kim Kardashian is so smokin’ in this brand new ad campaign image for her seventh fragrance Fleur Fatale. “So proud of my 7th fragrance called Fleur Fatale in stores now!!! #Roses” the 34-year-old reality store wrote on her Twitter account, along with the campaign image. On Wednesday (November 19), Kim‘s sister Khloe Kardashian and her [...]
We love Marina And The Diamonds' new single Froot, but from now on we are NEVER going to be able to listen to it without thinking of this video! The retro vid calls to mind Madonna's Vogue, casting the singing vixen as a sort of fruit femme fatale. The video is worth it for those old school [...]
Just in time for Halloween, Denis St. John's creepy debut graphic novel brings you monsters, femme fatales, Lovecraftian nightmares and body horror.
Even with The Amazing Spider-Man 2 underperforming, Sony is clutching tightly to the license it got from Marvel, and now news emerges that the studio might be planning an all-female spinoff movie with some of the femme fatales from the Spider-Man comics. Show More Summary
For those who braved her wrath, no Halloween will pass without recalling the horrors of the femme fatale known as Sandy.
Washington, D.C., circa 1928. "Beckers Leather Goods. Display." For the femme fatale in your life, snakeskin luggage. 8x10 glass negative. View full size.
It’s been over a decade since Resident Evil made its transition to the silver screen, kicking off a bombastic new story and timeline that traded the cast of the games for femme fatale Alice (Milla Jovovich) and her mission to enlist as many alternate timeline versions of the characters many of us had grown up […]
Jennifer Lawrence got all sassy on us at the Serena film premiere at the 58th BFI London Film Festival last night, giving us a peek into how the actress does femme fatale. Answer: Very well. There's nothing overtly sexy about her hair and makeup look, but all the subtle moves here add up to major sultriness. Show More Summary
'Blue Is the Warmest Color' star Lea Seydoux is rumored to be playing Miranda Frost in 'Bond 24', which starts production in six weeks. [...]
007 fans, meet your newest Bond girl. The Daily Mail reports that Lea Seydoux has been cast as the "femme fatale" in the 24th James Bond movie. Over the past few years, Seydoux has appeared in smaller roles in films like Midnight in Paris, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, and The Grand Budapest Hotel. Show More Summary
Briefly: After being rumored back in August, it appears Blue is the Warmest Color star Lea Seydoux will be taking a role in the still untitled James Bond 24. Baz Bamigboye, who has a sterling record when it comes to James Bond movieShow More Summary
Plus, what we know about Bond 24 so far.
According to Baz Bamigboye, French actress Léa Seydoux has reportedly joined the cast of the upcoming 24th James Bond film to play the femme fatale. Seydoux has also appeared in Mission Impossible: Ghost Patrol and Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds. Show More Summary
Let’s say it: Bond is the Warmest Color. OK, that’s out of the way. Bond 24 is set to shoot in just over a month under the direction of Sam Mendes, and now we may have the first official new cast member. Léa Seydoux, of Blue is the Warmest Color and Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (above), […] The post Léa Seydoux Tipped as Femme Fatale in ‘Bond 24? appeared first on /Film.
Blue is the Warmest Color star Lea Seydoux has signed on to play a femme fatale in the upcoming 24th James Bond franchise entry. According to the outlet, Seydoux will begin doing table reads with her co-stars in November and then take time to find the proper look and overall tone of her character before cameras roll in December.
You've cast your votes for the operas you most look forward to hearing at the Met this fall, and if the opera has "Macbeth" in the title, you're there.