She’s already been irresistible once before in the horror flick “My Bloody Valentine” and now Betsy Rue turns everyone on yet again as the costumed vigilante Libra on “Femme Fatales”. This Blonde Bombshell does look super hot in the body-hugging super heroine outfit and Besty can certainly deliver all the right moves. If they are working on choosing the sexiest women list for 2012, Miss Betsy is deserving of a spot on it. Not only is she overwhelmingly saucy, she’s also known as one of the nicest actresses to talk with, proving her desirability on all fronts. We can’t wait to watch her sizzle our world in the near future!
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I can’t believe that I missed out on this show, have to find season one to catch up on some watching, this seems like a brilliant pulp fiction kind of show. Just watching the trailer for season 2 made me shiver of glee and happiness.
Get a sneak peak at the hit Cinemax series, Femme Fatales, based on the bestselling magazine, is the new cult smash Entertainment Weekly calls “a badass-chick anthology series” and Geek Monthly hails as “50% Tarantino, 50% Sin City, 100% Cool.” This sexy, thrilling anthology series is about powerful and dangerous women inspired by and styled in the tradition of classic pulp stories, film noir and graphic novels. Featuring an array of sensational guest stars, classic songs, suspenseful storytelling and a stunning score each week by Joe Kraemer, Femme Fatales will leave you in breathless agreement with UGO TV which raves “if you haven’t been watching Femme Fatales, you really don’t know what you’re missing.” Femme Fatales debuts on Friday, May 25th, only on Cinemax.
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Emma Grace Frost is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #129 (January 1980), and was created by writer Chris Claremont and artist/co-writer John Byrne.
An urbane, mutant telepath with a well-noted dry wit initially known as the White Queen (complete with revealing white attire for which she is known), Frost has changed from one of the X-Men’s foes to one of their members.