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03/23/2011  •  Posted By admin  •  Comments Off on Sucker Punch Cast Talks Guns, Action And Summoning The Beast

Director Zack Snyder and the cast and crew of Sucker Punch braved torrential rain and confounding street closings in Los Angeles on Sunday to talk with the press about their visually arresting ode to action, anime and girl power.

“This is the first film with a female ensemble cast where, you know, the damsels in distress become their own heroes and save themselves,” said Jamie Chung, who plays Amber. “That’s very empowering.”

Written with Steve Shibuya, Sucker Punch is Snyder’s first wholly original film (Dawn of the Dead, 300, Watchmen and Legend of the Guardians were based on other works). It centers on Baby Doll (Emily Browning), a young woman who retreats into a fantasy world to escape the horrors of a mental institution. Navigating around the villainous orderly Blue (Oscar Isaac) and the enigmatic Madam Gorski (Carla Gugino), Baby Doll discovers four allies to help in her desperate plot to escape.

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03/23/2011  •  Posted By admin  •  Comments Off on Emily Browning brings Aussie girl power to Hollywood

LOS ANGELES—There’s Teresa Palmer’s indomitable alien warrior in I Am Number Four . And Isla Fisher’s tough-talkin’, Wild West chameleon in Rango . Now add Emily Browning to the growing list of young Australian female actors kicking ass in Hollywood with their resilient, resourceful heroines.

In a Beverly Hills hotel room, Browning tells the Georgia Straight that she was “blown away” when she found out that Sucker Punch was going to be an action flick, not only directed by Zack Snyder, of 300 and Watchmen renown, but also boasting all-female leads without any bitchiness.

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03/23/2011  •  Posted By admin  •  Comments Off on SP girls talk about the training for the movie

With “Sucker Punch,” Zack Snyder’s latest visual spectacle, the director wanted to travel to the opposite end of the spectrum from his all-male testosterone-fest “300.” Bringing together elements of Baz Luhrmann’s red curtain trilogy and “Inception,” this tale of five female inmates in a 1950s mental institution fighting for their freedom in an “Alice in Wonderland”-by-way-of “Sin City” action adventure has been building major buzz since the first footage was shown at Comic-Con earlier this year.

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03/23/2011  •  Posted By admin  •  Comments Off on Carla Gugino and Oscar Isaac interview

There’s no Emily, but it’s interesting because well, they’re involved in the movie too.

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03/23/2011  •  Posted By admin  •  Comments Off on SP girls talk about their costumes

I’m not sure if it’s been posted yet, but anyways..

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