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Rachel McAdams is bringing her red hot heat to the screen next year when Brian De Palma's Passion hits theaters next year.
The sexually-charged thriller co-stars Noomi Rapace, the actress who aborted an alien in Prometheus, as a woman who has a thing for her boss lady.
That thing may be a little more dangerous than just a bi-sexual attraction too…
The first trailer for the American remake of the French film Love Crime (above) features a preview of McAdams' most erotic performance yet.
There's no rating yet, but since we see a glimpse of masked cunnilingus goin' down between the leading ladies, we have a feeling it will be a hard R!
Here's a first look from Brian De Palma's newest film, Passion! We have to admit, it's a helova way to start!
It's the legendary Scarface director's first flick in seven years. It's HIGHLY anticipated, and this first official image is making the wait even harder! :P
The thriller stars Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace, as power-hungry, back-sabbing (and apparently horny) business women.
The plot is described as:
Wow! Is it like a rule a that Mena Suvari must be cast in EVERYTHING with the word "American" in the title???
Last we heard from the American Pie/American Virgin/American Beauty star, she had landed a role in American Reunion, and was getting a pret-ty decent paycheck for it!
Now, we're hearing that Mena has gotten another gig: as The Black Dahlia on American Horror Story!
For those of you who didn't see the Brian De Palma movie, Dahlia/Elizabeth Short was a "high-profile murder victim whose 1947 unsolved killing was the subject of myriad books and movie adaptations."
[Image via WENN.]
Maybe he can also write the new version of the Broadway musical. Ha!
Big Love writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa seems to be seriously in demand these days! First, he was brought on to re-write the script for Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, and now he'll be writing the screenplay for the new Carrie film.
Looks like the new version of Stephen King's classic story won't be so much a remake of Brian De Palma's 1976 film, but will rather be a "re-adaptation" of the novel.
We're certainly more excited about this than the musical reboot. We hope this project is treated with care though
like The Rage: Carrie 2.
Are U excited for a new Carrie film? Or do U think they should leave it alone?