Means To An End…

‘Atomic Blonde’ is the queer thriller we’ve been waiting for, and of course there’s a meme for that https://t.co/bnV4L5NBjI @atomic_blonde — It Gets Better (@ItGetsBetter) July 27, 2017 Remember how BOUND became the Iconic Lesbian movie of the 20th century? Then David Lynch’s Masterpiece Muholland Drive was voted the best film of the 20th century! Well B!tches Atomic Blonde is doing for Women (Especially Lesbians), what Angelina Jolie couldn’t in SALT.   Atomic BOND 🖤 @CharlizeAfrica kicks everyone’s ass. Never-ending 1shot fight scene is spectacular. @atomic_blonde pic.twitter.com/zLGhCxIplk — Jessica Chastain (@jes_chastain) July 30, 2017   […]

The Only Time Lorraine Struggles With Vulnerability Is With Delphine

Look, give me a break! If others can write incessantly about the  regurgitation of a tired lesbian series, or wax poetically about barely funny Tina Fey, then i can post about true babes in Hollywood, call  me a ‘lookist’ if you want, i don’t care-tekgirl Charlize Theron Addresses How That ‘Atomic Blonde’ Lesbian Sex Scene Impacts Her Character July 23, 2017 at 17:45PM   [Credit: Focus Features] By Ciara Pitt The badass, alluring adventure that is Atomic Blonde will hit theaters in less than a week. Charlize Theron is leading the film with her character […]

“Seducing her? It’s very easy.”

On its surface, Atomic Blonde looks like a film with kick-ass action choreography. The movie follows the Monomyth screenplay structure of the Hero’s journey, that we are used to seeing in most Hollywood productions where every story has a beginning, a middle and an end: In the beginning you setup your hero (or heroine) and her story, then you throw something at her that is a great source of conflict and takes her into a whole heap of trouble, where she faces many foes and has to overcome various obstacles. At the end the hero […]

From Dancing Queen to Lorraine Broughton’s Main Squeeze to The Mummy?

Actress Sophia Butella knows how to move when she made a move on Charlize Theron in Atomic Blonde. Spophia Boutella [nee Boutatella]     Sofia Boutella is a French-Algerian dancer, model, and actress. She is known mainly for her hip-hop and street dance, and for appearing in Nike Women’s advertising campaigns. Sofia Boutella (born April 3, 1982) is a French–Algerian dancer, model, and actress. She is known mainly for her hip-hop and street dance, and now  better known as the: French Operative as well as 2017’s The Mummy Embed from Getty Images and for appearing […]