A moronic, narcissistic, thin-skinned fraud is just weeks away from assuming the U. And while no sane person could call Barb Wire a good movie, its nightmarish vision of the future that is now is, at the very least, looking just a little more plausible. We meet Barb on stage at a strip club, dancing in a leather dress with a neckline that plunges down to her belly button while somebody blasts her with water. IMDB trivia tidbit of dubious veracity: "The opening 'Wet Strip' in which Barb dances in a strip club with her breasts hanging out of her rubber dress whilst being sprayed with water was suggested by Pamela Anderson after she was inspired by a nightmare she had in which she was being sprayed with champagne whilst performing a 'Nasty dance. She whips off a high-heeled shoe and throws it at him like a fastball, where it sticks into his forehead like a throwing knife. A Star Wars -esque opening crawl designed to lay out the rules of universe only makes things more confusing.
Here's a casting shocker: Wannabe action star Taylor Lautner moonlights as a wannabe stripper! A source close to Steven Soderbergh's flick about Channing Tatum's pre-fame stripping days spilled to us that the Twilight hunk was dying to land the lead role in the take-it-off movie. What better way to show off his werewolf abs, right? So how, did Alex Pettyfer end up nabbing the part opposite cougarific Demi Moore?
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