You know how on Austin Powers, Dr. Evil keeps prodding his son to say he wants to be an “evil” anything? Like a scientist becomes “evil scientist”? Well that’s how I like to be with Kate Moennig when she plays anything. I hear “tattoo artist” and I say “a lesbian tattoo artist?”
Hopefully we’ll find out more from the Comic Con Panel tomorrow or at the upfront at TCA next week.
Scratch what you know about the casting of the American version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Apparently director David Fincher has narrowed it down to five actresses and none of them are the big names we were thinking of. IndieWire reports that Emily Browning, Sophie Lowe, Sarah Snook, Rooney Mara and an unnamed French actress are the finalists vying for the role of bisexual hacker Lisbeth Salander. Says DigitalSpy, “Fincher has reportedly told the five actresses to work on their Swedish accents, suggesting that Salander and the story’s location won’t be Americanised.”
They better move fast! The movie already has a premiere date of Dec. 21, 2010.
Did you know being a lesbian was a burden? The Independent profiled out Aussie vocalist Deborah Cheetham and writes that she “suffered from lesbianism.” But don’t worry — she’s OK now, and still gay.
A lesbian children’s film?
Are you ready for a new vampire film? A lesbian vampire film? I think you’ll like it.
Wir Sind die Nacht (We Are the Night) opens in Germany in October and I’m hoping it will make it’s way to the U.S. Here’s the plot description:
I don’t like the sound of this Tom. He sounds so Mark Ruffalo-y.
And while we’re on the topic of vamps, here’s your first look at Mia Kirshner as Lilith in 30 Days of Night: Dark Days.
She appears to be contemplating dancing on the ceiling.
Have a great day!