Variety is reporting two very attractive actresses – Paz Vega (top) and Jamie King (bottom) – have joined the cast of The Spirit.

Vega will play the knife-wielding Plaster of Paris, and King will portray Lorelei, a phantom siren.

I always thought Will Eisner’s women dripped of sex in the pages of the comics, and it looks like Miller is surrounding himself with real life beauties for the movie.

via Variety

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  1. Alex Jay Berman
    October 8, 2007 at 2:10 pm — Reply

    Okay; King has the right face for Lorelei–but why a Spanish actress for a French femme fatale?

    (And lemme see here … Ellen, Sand Saref, Silken Floss, Plaster of Paris, Lorelei, and an “Officer Morganstern” … perhaps we’re gilding the lily somewhat? And hell; where’s P’Gell?

    Plus, I’m not terribly happy with making DOCTOR Silken Floss, both a nuclear physicist AND a surgeon, into a punky secretary …)

  2. Brad
    October 8, 2007 at 4:50 pm — Reply

    So, cold you not find any pictures of Paz Vega without her nipple exposed, or did you just chose not to?

  3. Brad
    October 8, 2007 at 4:52 pm — Reply

    Actually, after a quick Google Image Search…

    No. No, you probably couldn’t find any covered-up pictures of her.

  4. October 8, 2007 at 5:01 pm — Reply

    You see a nipple, I see shadow…

  5. Brother129
    October 9, 2007 at 12:50 am — Reply

    To quote the brother from Boomerang starring Eddie Murphy: “That’s a nipple…because I’m drooling.”

  6. Pep
    October 9, 2007 at 10:40 am — Reply

    >>”but why a Spanish actress for a French femme fatale?”

    Why not? Many american actors has made very well french, german or italian characters… A Spanish is worst for you?

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