Eva Green has perfect breasts, so the good folks who produced “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” were smart enough to featured one of her puppies on their movie poster. Things couldn’t have worked out better for them, as the tight-assed MPAA rejected the poster for being too provocative, giving the film some free publicity. The film isn’t bad according to our friends at Bullz-Eye, so check out Eva and her knockers.
Speaking of S&M, the “Fifty Shades of Grey” racked up over 30 million views on YouTube, meaning that there are tons of horny women out there who can’t wait to see a new fantasy.
Whether you’re into S&M or not, “Secretary” has to be one of the sexiest movies out there. Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses her role in the film and the lesson it taught her. Basically everyone should embrace their sexuality and not run away from who they really are!
Any Jennifer Lawrence sighting works for us!
In our previous article we let you know about the latest classic Hollywood blockbuster that has got a slot machine makeover thanks to Microgaming, the Isle of Man based software developer. As you probably guessed, Microgaming is not the only developer who releases games based on successful Hollywood features. Let me compile a short overview for you below.
Superman by Cryptologic
Actually, this one is more like a game based on the comic book character, or maybe the one from the animated feature. It is part of a whole series of games created by the company based on popular DC Comics characters (like The Green Lantern and others, many of which have already had their chance to greet us from the big screen).
Superman is a five reel, 50 payline slot machine, with a series of bonus features, quirks and other stuff that make it a good slot machine (enthusiasts will know).
You can play this game at William Hill, or any Cryptologic – powered online casino.
The Magnificent Sevens by BetonSoft
A small, relatively new player on the casino software development market, BetonSoft has taken on the tough job to give a Hollywood classic a slot machine makeover. This is one of the games that didn’t manage to reproduce the original feeling of the movie. It’s more like an attempt to sell a product by making use of an already successful, but almost abandoned brand.
This is one of the bad examples. I don’t know why anybody would want to play this game.