Top 10 Hottest Female Superheroes of All Time

Top 10 Hottest Female Superheroes of All Time




After all the hullabaloo surrounding Shah Rukh Khan’s superhero act in RA.One, Bollywood is all set to experiment with the female superhero! With Kangna Ranaut ready to play the very first Indian supergirl in Krrish 3, we take a look at all the Hollywood superheroines from whom she can learn a thing or two about fighting baddies and saving the world!



Alicia Silverstone as Batgirl: Playing the popular comic book character was not easy for the cute Hollywood actress, who looked oh-so-sexy in Batman and Robin. Donning a lycra body suit and high boots, we want to see Batgirl zooming around in her motorcycle more often


Halle Berry as Catwoman: Another DC (Detective Comics) character, Halle Berry plays Patience Phillips who is murdered and then brought back to life to become Catwoman. The character acquires cat-like abilities and is on a look-out for her murderer in the film.


Jennifer Garner as Elektra: Jennifer Garner oozes so much of oomph as a warrior princess in this butt-kicking chick flick. Elektra may be torn between the good and the evil, but she doesn’t fail to deliver some power-packed Ninjutsu sequences in the film


Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow: The sexy Scarlett Johansson plays Natalie Rushman and superhero Iron Man Tony Stark’s assistant in the film Iron Man 2. Dressed in a black body suit complete with guns and bullets, we think Johansson looks awesome with those gorgeous locks!


Helen Slater as Supergirl: Donning a skirt, Kara is Superman’s cousin and plays the DC comics character Supergirl. If you are a Superman fan, then you have to watch Helen Slater fight a wicked witch in this flick.



Sarah Michelle Gellar as Buffy: Having played Buffy Summers to an entire generation, Sarah Michelle Gellar is a high school cheerleader (in Buffy the Vampire Slayer ) who is gifted and can fight demons and vampires!


Jessica Alba as Invisible Woman: A Marvel Comics superheroine, Jessica Alba’s character inFantastic Four becomes invisible following an exposure to a cosmic storm. We believe Alba in her blue leather bodysuit can give her counterparts a run for their money!


Uma Thurman as G-Girl: Not a run-of-the-mill superwoman film, My Super Ex-Girlfriend has Uma Thurman play Luke Wilson’s girlfriend. When the latter dumps her for another girl, G-Girl (Thurman’s character) with her super powers makes his life hell.


Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman: Lynda Carter in The New Adventures of Wonder Woman can fight with her magic belt and lasso, a tiara which she uses like a weapon and a bracelet that can stop bullets!


Kangna Ranaut: Finally, Kangna Ranaut can take some lessons from her Hollywood counterparts. Because we wouldn’t mind an action-packed sequence between her and Hrithik Roshan! What say?

Stars Who Started in Porn

Stars Who Started in Porn




Descendants, starring George Clooney and in theaters Wednesday, is the first film in seven years from Oscar-winning filmmaker Alexander Payne (Sideways). Bizarrely enough, Payne, one of America’s finest filmmakers, got his start directing a soft-core porn film. From Michael Bay’s Playboy video to Cameron Diaz’s bondage fiasco, see other Hollywood heavyweights who got their start in porn.



ackie Chan Dan Steinberg / AP Photo All in the Family (1975) Yes, before he was this generation’s Mr. Miyagi to Jaden Smith in 2010’s remake of The Karate Kid, Jackie Chan starred in an “adult comedy” (read: soft-core porn) called All in the Family. In the film, released in 1975, Chan plays a rickshaw driver. and while there aren’t any of his signature fight scenes, he does have a pretty steamy sex scene. “I had to do anything I could to make a living 31 years ago, but I don’t think it’s a big deal, even Marlon Brando used to be exposed in his movies,” Chan said in a 2006 interview with Hong Kong’s Information Times.



Alexander Payne Evan Agostini / AP Photo Inside Out I (1992) Since his 1996 debut feature, Citizen Ruth, a biting satire about the abortion debate, Alexander Payne has established himself as one of the finest voices in American cinema. He often chooses to examine the male midlife crisis, in films like Election, Sideways—for which he won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay—and most recently, The Descendants, which is receiving some of the best reviews of the year. Four years before his debut feature, however, Payne explored more risqué fare in the 1992 direct-to-video film Inside Out I—a series of nine erotic shorts. The vignette My Secret Moments, directed by Payne and co-written by his frequent collaborator Jim Taylor, centered on a woman’s (Chana Jael Chiesa) masturbation fantasy involving a great number of men. Interestingly enough, other future Hollywood names participated in Inside Out I, including Payne’s composer, Rolfe Kent, Weinstein Co. executive Tim Clawson, and Oscar-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister (The Dark Knight).


Sylvester Stallone Charles Sykes / AP Photo Italian Stallion (1970) In 1970, six years before his underdog boxing drama Rocky would win the Academy Award for Best Picture, Sylvester Stallone made his acting debut in The Party at Kitty and Stud’s—later renamed Italian Stallion to cash in on his post-Rocky fame. In the soft-core porn, Stallone plays Stud, the boyfriend of a sex-crazed New York woman named Kitty. In the film’s finale, Stud has group sex with a room full of women. In a 1978 interview with Playboy, Stallone said, “It was either do that movie or rob someone because I was at the end—at the very end—of my rope. Instead of doing something desperate, I worked two days for $200 and got myself out of the bus station.”


Roger Ebert Matt Sayles / AP Photo Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) OK, it was the ’70s. But before he became, with apologies to Pauline Kael, arguably the most famous movie critic in history, bringing film criticism to TV with his weekly show Siskel and Ebert & the Movies—best known for its infamous “thumb’s up,” “thumb’s down” ratings system, Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert was a young writer for the Chicago Sun-Times who dabbled in screenwriting. He eventually co-wrote the 1970 Russ Meyer film Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, a psychedelic travesty of a film that features a male character named Z-Man—with female breasts—who goes on a killing spree. Later, he co-wrote the 1979 sequel Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens.



nside Out IV (1992) The Playboy soft-core short film series Inside Out launched quite a few film careers. Not only did Alexander Payne get started in the first direct-to-video film, but Antoine Fuqua, who would later direct Denzel Washington to a Best Actor Oscar win in 2001’s Training Day, as well as helm the underrated 1998 action film The Replacement Killers, directed a short for Inside Out IV. Titled “The Thief,” the erotic episode concerns a lonely woman who’s taught what it feels like to be wanted by a suave thief. Today Fuqua is filming a documentary on former rap mogul Suge Knight and in pre-production on a biopic of Pablo Escobar.


Joan Crawford AP Photo Porn Rumors (1920s) Before she became one of Hollywood’s legendary film stars, winning the Academy Award for Best Actress for her dazzling performance in 1945’s Mildred Pierce, and before the cycle of physical and emotional abuse described by her daughter, Christina, in the tell-all memoir Mommie Dearest, Joan Crawford was rumored to have earned some extra money on the side during her early years serving as a movie extra by starring in pornographic films, according to author Shaun Considine’s 1989 book, Bette and Joan: The Divine Feud.



Cameron Diaz Misha Japaridze / AP Photo Bondage/S&M (1992) Before she made her feature-film debut opposite Jim Carrey in 1994’s The Mask, and became an A-list star following 1998’s There’s Something About Mary, Cameron Diaz was a 19-year-old fashion model and struggling actress. In 1992, she posed in several topless bondage-themed photos—along with an accompanying video of the photo shoot—set in a junkyard. After she became famous, the shoot’s photographer, John Rutter, would later attempt to blackmail Diaz for $3 million in exchange for the bondage footage. Rutter was sentenced to three years and eight months in prison for the crime.






Michael Bay Markus Schreiber / AP Photo Playboy Video Centerfold: Kerri Kendall (1990) OK, given his penchant for objectifying women in his blockbuster films, this one isn’t that surprising. Before he became summer’s explosion-happy cash-cow filmmaker, with theTransformers movies, Armageddon,The Rock, and more, and before he directed the music video for Vanilla Ice’s “I Love You”, Michael Bay’s first movie was the 1990 erotic documentary Playboy Video Centerfold: Kerri Kendall. The movie, starring Playboy magazine centerfold Kerri Kendall, is billed as “one woman’s erotic, imaginative adventure,” which we’ll just assume is more captivating than The Island on principle.




Francis Ford Coppola Evan Agostini / AP Photo Tonight for Sure (1962) One of the greatest filmmakers of all time, responsible for classics like The Godfather films, The Conversation, and Apocalypse Now, and nominated for 14 Academy Awards—winning five—started in porn. Coppola’s 1962 feature-film directorial debut, Tonight for Sure, was marketed with the tagline: “The Wild, Wild West has never been wilder… Beautiful babes… bashful cowboys!” and centers on two men who share sordid tales of sex while taking in a risqué burlesque show on the Las Vegas Strip. Coppola reportedly shot the film in just two days, 236 days less than it took for him to complete principal photography on Apocalypse Now. I guess they gave him an offer he couldn’t refuse.




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Celebrities and their bizarre tattoos

Celebrities and their bizarre tattoos

Early this morning, MTV reported that Justin Bieber got a tattoo of Jesus lookin’ super sad. We know Biebs is spiritual but that’s a little intense. He should’ve at least considered the Buddy Christ ink job. In the battle for God’s favorite celebrity son, I guess it’s now Tim Tebow’s move. Until then, take a look at some other celebrity tattoo fails and let us know which one is the absolute worst.































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