Resident Evil actress Spencer Locke has called the police after receiving a death threat online.
Locke, who has played survivor K-Mart since the third film Resident Evil: Extinction, was reportedly sent a scary message from a user on Instagram, who threatened to rape and kill her.
"I'll rape you Spencer Locke I'll f**k your brains out then I'll use a pillow put it over your face then I'll pull the trigger then I'll cry," the user wrote to Locke, according to TMZ.com.
She reported the abuse to staff at the Los Angeles Police Department, who are hunting for the suspect. They have reportedly obtained a search warrant to get the user's Instagram account details so they can bring the person in for questioning.
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The 'Resident Evil' actress and her director husband welcomed Dashiel Eden, their second daughter, into the world on Wednesday morning.
The Resident Evil actress’s representative told E! News: “Milla delivered her daughter Dashiel Eden at 5:45 this morning. Everyone is thrilled and beyond happy! Milla is in cuddle mode with her new daughter.”
39 year old Jovovich and Anderson, the director who has guided the actress through the five Resident Evil movies to date, already have seven year old daughter Ever. Jovovich revealed to Us Weekly back in October that Ever was thrilled to learn of the arrival of a sister, and that she had given all her old hand-me-downs to the baby.
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Supermodel-turned-actress Milla Jovovich And Her Filmmaker Husband Paul W.s. Anderson Have Become Parents For A Second Time.
The Resident Evil beauty gave birth to a baby girl on Wednesday (01Apr15), two days after her due date.
Her representative tells Eonline.com, "Milla delivered her daughter Dashiel at 5.45 this morning. Everyone is thrilled and beyond happy! Milla is in cuddle mode with her new daughter!"
The stars, who wed in 2009, are also parents to seven-year-old Ever Gabo.
38 year old actress is expecting her second child with husband Paul W.S. Anderson
The filming of the sixth instalment of the Resident Evil film franchise has been postponed due to Milla Jovovich’s pregnancy. The actress, who plays the main protagonist Alice in the computer game spin-off film series, announced to the world that she and her film-maker husband Paul W.S. Anderson are preparing to welcome another member to their family.
Milla Jovovich is expecting a sibling for first daughter Ever Gabo, pictured
The former model, 38, has decided with her husband that the filming of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter should be halted until after their second child is born.
Milla Jovovich has described her character, protagonist Alice, as a 'badass' in the new 'Resident Evil' film.
The 36-year-old actress - who plays protagonist Alice in the movie franchise based on the horror video game of the same name - understands her character better now after portraying her for eight years and knows when to tell director Paul W. S. Anderson when he's going too far.
Speaking in an interview with Collider.com about the action sequences, she said: ''There were definitely a couple of things that I was like, 'I don't care how many times you show that to me - that does not look real - this isn't 'Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon'', you know what I mean?
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Milla Jovovich stole an entire tea set from the Lanesborough Hotel in London - but admits it got smashed into pieces.
Milla Jovovich stole an entire tea set from a hotel.
The 'Resident Evil' actress - who has daughter Ever, four, with husband Paul W. S. Anderson - made several visits to her favourite London establishment with one of her friends to acquire the items, but admits they are not in pristine condition.
She said: ''My gay husband and I - not Paul, but I have a gay husband on top of my husband - managed to steal a whole Lanesborough Hotel tea set.
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The actress appears fully nude in the calendar, which was shot by Italian photographer Mario Sorrenti on the Mediterranean island of Corsica this summer (11).
Jovovich signed up for the sultry shoot to work with Sorrenti, who she has known since they were both teens breaking into the fashion industry.
She says, "Mario Sorrenti and I have been friends since we were both pretty much teenagers and it's the most amazing thing to work with old friends that make you feel comfortable. He's pretty much the only person I would take my clothes off for!
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Paul W S Anderson and Resident Evil Wednesday 7th September 2011 Mila Jovovich arrives at Toronto Pearson International Airport and is greeted by her director husband Paul W. S Anderson and her daughter. Mila is in town to start filming the 5th installment of Resident Evil Toronto, Canada
'Sex and the City 2', 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' and 'Little Fockers' are among the movies up for this year's Golden Raspberry Awards, with 'Burlesque' potentially nominated for six of the annual dishonours.
'Sex And The City 2', 'Little Fockers' and 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' are among the movies up for this year's Golden Raspberry Awards.
The movies are among 12 finalists believed to be making the shortlist for Hollywood's annual booby prize - dubbed the Razzies - of Worst Picture, with the final nominations set to be announced on January 24.
Despite being critically panned and missing out on a place in the Worst Picture category, Cher and Christina Aguilera's 'Burlesque' is rumoured to be up for six dishonours, including Worst Screenplay, Worst Director and Worst Actress.
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Resident Evil Afterlife , although not screened in advance for critics, Nevertheless ended up getting mostly decent reviews from them over the weekend. Michael Ordoña wrote in the Los Angeles Times that "the action is easier to read than in most films of the genre, and therefore more enjoyable. Anderson makes particular use of sets and locations to wring out more bang for the stereoscopic buck. No, it doesn't have the immersive quality of Avatar , but the film does represent a step toward making 3-D par for the course." The Toronto Star assigned its TV critic, Rob Salem, to review the movie, because as he himself observed, "the real movie critics" are attending the Toronto Film Festival. "You film geeks resent the fact that in my job I never have to leave the house, and very rarely is anything over an hour long. Well, the laugh's on you, movie monkeys. Resident Evil Afterlife actually isn't half bad. Which I guess, to the pessimist, means it isn't half good. But what do you want? They're 3-D zombies!" But Tirdad Derakhshani in the Philadelphia Inquirer clearly thinks that zombie movies ought to be judged like any others. " Resident Evil Afterlife lacks the humanity -- interesting characters, funny one-liners -- that made its predecessors enjoyable B-movies," he writes. "All we have here are senseless, and ultimately boring, killings."
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Milla Jovovich admits her priorities changed when she became a mother and now she no longer worries about herself.
Milla Jovovich no longer worries about herself since becoming a mother.
The 'Resident Evil: Afterlife' actress - who has three-year-old daughter Ever with husband Paul W. S. Anderson - admits her priorities have completely altered now her focus is entirely on her little girl.
She said: "Being a mother changes everything. Your first concern is your child over your own life, career or all your insecurities. All of that is in the distance. What could be worse than having your baby get sick? There is nothing worse than worrying about her if she falls. As long as she's OK then everything else in my life is so easy."
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