Paz Vega as Plaster of Paris: A sexy French belly dancer and assassin in the employ of the Octopus, she wields tri-pronged throwing knives and a sword.
Adapted from the legendary graphic novels, Will Eisner's The Spirit is a classic action-adventure-romance told by genre-twister Frank Miller (creator of 300 and Sin City). It is the story of a former rookie-cop who returns mysteriously from the dead as The Spirit (Gabriel Macht) to fight crime from the shadows of Central City. His arch-enemy, The Octopus (Samuel L. Jackson) has a different mission: he's going to wipe out Spirit's beloved city as he pursues his own version of immortality. The Spirit tracks this cold-hearted killer from Central City's rundown warehouses, to the damp catacombs, to the windswept waterfront ... all the while facing a bevy of beautiful women who either want to seduce, love or kill our masked crusader. Surrounding him at every turn are Ellen Dolan, the whip-smart girl-next-door; Sand Saref (Eva Mendes), the jewel thief with dangerous curves; Silken Floss (Scarlett Johansson), a punk secretary and frigid vixen; Plaster of Paris, a murderous French nightclub dancer; Lorelai, a phantom siren; and Morganstern, a sexy young cop. In the vein of Batman Begins and Sin City, The Spirit takes us on a sinister, gut-wrenching ride with a hero who is born, murdered and born again.
Salma Hayek as Santánico Pandemonium
In 2004, Catwoman, a movie starring Halle Berry, was released. This film’s Catwoman bore little resemblance to the comic book version. Berry portrayed Patience Phillips, a woman who eventually became Catwoman after a near-death experience. Patience gained the powers from the Egyptian cat goddess Bastet through a gathering of cats led by an Egyptian Mau. The movie alludes to other women in the past who have been granted such cat-like abilities, particularly in a scene in which Phillips finds herself amongst a series of images of prior catwomen, including Pfeiffer’s Batman Returns version of Selina Kyle. The film’s story has nothing to do with Batman or Gotham City.
Van Helsing incorporates many evil characters and here is a look into the making of this film.
Selene (In 2003's Underworld, Beckinsale became known as an actor ) is the protagonist of Underworld, Underworld: Evolution, and Underworld: Awakening. Selene was born to a Hungarian family. She is estimated to have been born around the year 1383.
As a vampire, Selene frequently demonstrates superior physical abilities. She is proficient with many weapons, both medieval and modern. Modern firearms that she uses include the Walther P99 and a variety of automatic machine pistols.
Due to the impact of the films, action figures for Selene were created, all designed by Mezco Toys. They all come with display base and accessories.
UnderWorld Movies: The first film, Underworld, was released in 2003, and the second film, Underworld: Evolution, was released in 2006. A prequel, Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, was released on January 23, 2009. The fourth film Underworld: Awakening, a sequel to Underworld: Evolution, was released on January 20, 2012.
UnderWorld: Awakening (2012): The vampire warrioress Selene, escapes imprisonment to find herself in a world where humans have discovered the existence of both Vampire and Lycan clans and are conducting an all-out war to eradicate both immortal species.
Underworld: Evolution (2006): Narrated by Selene (Kate Beckinsale), the sequel's trailer begins in the past. Marcus Corvinus (Tony Curran), the original vampire, has been brought back to face Selena and Michael Corvin (Scott Speedman).
UnderWorld (2003): Selene (Kate Beckinsale), a vampire hunter, whom she believes to have killed her entire family. She finds herself attracted to a medical intern, Michael Corvin (Scott Speedman), after saving him from the Lycan master Lucian (who bit Michael and infected him with the Lycan virus), and must decide whether to kill him or to risk her life to save him.
Selene (Kate Beckinsale) comes face to face with the Uber-Lycan.
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