Take this with a grain of salt, since this hasn’t been confirmed by anyone, but Latino Review is claiming that there is a Danger Girl movie in the works, and three actresses have already been attached.

Apparently Milla Jovovich, Kate Beckinsale, and Sofia Vergara are attached to star¬† IF you believe the anonymous posts on Tracking Boards.¬† One rep says the three aren’t attached, but then again, no one has confirmed the movie is even in the works.

If would be interesting to see the J. Scott Campbell comic get adapted as a mix of James Bond, Indiana Jones, and Kill Bill would be rather interesting.

via Latino Review


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  1. It seems too good to be true. I hope the movie is in the works, because the first arc would be such a fun flick to watch. However, it seems unlikely these three high-profile stars would be attached so quickly.

    As for the names, I could see Mila Jovovich as Abbey Chase and Kate Beckinsale is already a dead ringer for Sydney Savage in the “Underworld” films, but they’d have to alter Natalia Kassle’s character a bit if they want Sofia Vergara in the role.

  2. applejack1310 on

    Isn’t Sofia Vergara a little old for a movie like this? She’s 40, seems a little old for the role (never read the comics, mind you).

  3. Has Latino Review ever been right about a comic movie (when it wasn’t already previously verified by multiple sources)?!?

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