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character profile: Angel Dust – @ginacarano in the upcoming Deadpool movie

Posted by: p0d on February 13, 2015

A lost daughter & member of the mutant outcasts, The Morlocks (created by Geoff Johns & Shawn Martinborough) is Angel Dust, played by Gina Carano. The film stars Ryan Reynolds as the infamously wise-cracking assassin. Production is set to begin soon in Vancouver and the release date is Feb 12th, 2016. Just how a member of an underground band of mutants is involved is yet unknown. Living a normal suburban life, one day Christine began to exhibit her genetic mutation. Afraid of what her friends and family would think (& the danger they would encounter) she left her home & joined a group of mutant outcasts. Check out her 1st appearance run – Morlocks #1-4 (1992) name:   ..      Christine (last name unknown) aka Angel Dust affiliations:    Morlocks (Chicago): Electric Eve, Postman, Cell, Litterbug, Trader aliases:     …Angel, Dusty class:……….human/mutant powers:    ….ability to increase andrenalin resulting in superhuman strength (800lbs – 25 tons) …………….. upon utilizing her powers dark lines appear on her face enemies:     ..Sentinels, Dr. Metellus   (credit: EoinA)                                                                                                                               (sources: TheHollyWoodReporter, Marvel.com, Marvelunapp.com) .


video interview & on set pics of Gina’s latest movie ‘BUS 657’

Posted by: p0d on October 23, 2014

 


film news: gina carano joins ensemble cast – “BUS 657”

Posted by: p0d on September 24, 2014

Gina Carano is joining her Gersh Agency stablemate Dave Bautista, in a Robert De Niro heist thriller – “Bus 657”. She will be playing a policewoman in pursuit of a bus that center character – Jeffrey Dean Morgan, along with Bautista, hijacks after robbing a casino owner (De Niro). Kate Bosworth is also attached; she plays De Niro’s estranged daughter. Filming is scheduled for the middle of October, in Alabama. (source: deadline.com – Michael Fleming)   (credit: cranbone) . . .

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