Actress Caitlin Stasey Is At War With Bosses Of A Leading Magazine In Her Native Australia After Accusing Them Of Pulling A Photoshoot Because She Refused To Pose In Her Underwear.
The former Neighbours star, who earlier this year (15) posted a topless photograph of herself on her newly-launched female-empowerment website, was lined up for an interview and profile feature in popular publication Good Weekend.
However, she claims the piece was cancelled when she turned down a request to be pictured in her underwear, and her furious reaction to the snub has sparked a storm on Twitter.com.
In a series of irate messages on the social networking website, Stasey writes, "Good Weekend magazine suddenly doesn't have the space to run a piece on me because I wouldn't do a shoot in my underwear. They wanted to team an interview about my upset over the constant objectification of women with a sexualised photo shoot. I declined... U (you) do understand the difference between a woman appearing naked on her own terms & one being coaxed to in order to sell your product?"
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Australian actress Caitlin Stasey has launched a website featuring nude pictures in a bid to empower women.
The Reign star's new blog, Herself.com, will include interviews with women of different cultures and backgrounds, who will pose nude - and Stasey will be among them.
The site will also host topics about gender equality, reproductive rights, and sexual health and orientation.
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Australian actress Caitlin Stasey has stunned followers on Twitter.com by posting topless pictures of herself online.
The Reign star shared a series of explicit images, which show her baring her breasts, on her social media account on Thursday (19Jun14) as part of the #FreeTheNipple campaign, which calls for a change in Instagram.com's no nudity policy.
The drive was highlighted by Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's daughter Scout last month (May14) when she marched through the streets of New York City topless.
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Even with its relentlessly cliched production design (trenchcoats and flickering candles galore), this raucous gothic thriller deploys enough visual flash to hold our attention. The gigantic effects-heavy action sequences are eye-catching and sometimes exciting, and there are elements of the story that almost begin to resonate before the script veers off in another more simplistic direction.
Based on a graphic novel, the story picks up where Mary Shelley's novel left off, as the monster (Eckhart) is attacked by demons that want to study his non-human existence. He's rescued by gargoyles, angelic protectors of humanity, and taken to their Queen Lenore (Miranda Otto), who names him Adam and enlists him in the demon-killing cause. Although her second-in-command (Courtney) isn't so sure. Over the next 200 years, Adam hones his skills before returning to Lenore just as the demon Prince Naberius (Nighy) is launching his evil plan to re-animate a dead army with the help of sexy scientist Terra (Strahovski) and Dr Frankenstein's journal. In other words, all hell is about to break loose.
Annoyingly, every time the plot begins to get interesting, writer-director Beattie indulges in another vacuous action set piece that's as irrelevant as the 3D. There's a decent story in here about the nature of the human soul, religious fervour and moral tenacity, but the film only uses these things as devices to make the dialog sound intelligent. Which is tricky since Beattie directs his cast to deliver their lines in growling, blurting monotone. Eckhart's voice-over narration is particularly dull. And this over-earnest tone leaves every potential relationship as a non-starter.
Continue reading: I, Frankenstein Review
'I, Frankenstein' has fallen far short of critics' expectations and has been highly criticised for having a weak script and poor acting.
I, Frankenstein, the latest adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic novel, has been crushed by critics and no electrical cables or extra body parts seem likely to rebuild its reputation.
Aaron Eckhart stars as Adam, Frankenstein's monster.
The creators of the Underworld saga have contributed to this supernatural monstrosity, which is hardly surprising considering the standards of the latter movies in that particular franchise. The film is based on the graphic novel of the same name by Kevin Grevioux which places Frankenstein's monster in an alternative present day where gargoyles and demons struggle for dominance.
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Adam is the original creature created by Dr. Frankenstein 200 years ago and has taken on his maker's surname having been mourning his death for so long. He now returns to society having been hidden away in the North Pole for the last two centuries and finds that he is stronger than any other lifeform on the planet. However, he soon finds himself embroiled in a deadly battle between two different immortal forces of the world that are determined to take over the planet. Adam wants to save the human race that he was born into and that once showed him mercy, but how can he when he's one guy against so many unstoppable beings who are determined to destroy him no matter what?
'I, Frankenstein' is the thrilling fantasy adventure written and directed by Stuart Beattie ('Tomorrow, When the War Began', 'Australia', '30 Days of Night') and based on the as yet unpublished graphic novel by Kevin Grevioux. It acts as a sequel to the original 1818 gothic novel 'Frankenstein' by Mary Shelley, bringing Frankenstein's monster into a modern society that is under threat by more of his own kind. The film is set to be released in the UK on January 24th 2014.
Australian actress Caitlin Stasey has been left shaken after she was attacked in Melbourne on Friday (02Mar12).
The former Neighbours star was walking with her sister in the suburb of Mentone when they were set upon by a group of girls.
In a series of posts on her Twitter.com page, she writes, "With my sister, in broad daylight, three girls surrounded us, attacked us and no-one did a thing. Congratulations society, you astound me.
"We are fine, just completely terrifying and unjust. To anyone who is the victim of violent or verbal bullying, I sympathise whole-heartedly."
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Ellie (Stasey) is a typical 17-year-old in small-town Wirrawee, begging her parents to let her and her pal Corrie (Hurd-Wood) take a weekend camping trip to an isolated valley called Hell. They assemble a group with Corrie's boyfriend Kevin (Lewis), prankster Homer (Akdeniz), posh girl Fiona (Tonkin), Thai prodigy Lee (Pang) and good girl Robyn (Cummings). After a great few days, they come home to find their hometown overrun by an invading Asian army, with their family and friends being held in a prison camp. Now what? Do they run, hide or fight back?
Continue reading: Tomorrow, When The World Began Review
Even with its relentlessly cliched production design (trenchcoats and flickering candles galore), this raucous gothic...
Adam is the original creature created by Dr. Frankenstein 200 years ago and has taken...