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Girls Kick Ass Featurette of 'Watchmen'

November 6, 2008 (9:27 am) GMT
In the behind-the-scenes footage exposing the making of 'Watchmen', director Zack Snyder explains why Malin Akerman and Carla Gugino kick ass.
Girls Kick Ass Featurette of 'Watchmen'

"" has shared out another take into the filming of Zack Snyder's adventure fantasy film via its brand new featurette. Serving as an introduction to Laurie Juspeczyk, the character played by , the behind-the-scenes video footage is filled with commentary from Snyder as well as from Akerman. In it, it can be seen for the first time Akerman sharing scene with , who plays Sally Jupiter.

Adapted from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' comic book series of the same title, "Watchmen" follows superhero-turned-vigilante Rorschach as he investigates the murder of his former colleague and discovers much more than a simple homicide case. As he goes on with his investigation, he uncovers the plot to kill and discredit all other superheroes as well as a far more intricate conspiracy involving his colleagues' past which could completely change the course of history.

The Warner Bros. Pictures movie is directed by Zack Snyder using the script from David Hayter and Alex Tse, while the cast ensemble consisted of , Matt Frewer, , , and among others. Despite the legal battle between Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox that has yet to be resolved, Warner are still enlisting the film for March 6, 2009 U.S. release.

"Watchmen" Featurette - "Girls Kick Ass":



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