Now Bring Them Down Like a Clock at Two
This is it Katee, time to make your move. Things since Battlestar Galactica haven't gone so well, you're losing the geeks and no one else has gotten a real chance to see your stuff. Kick it into high gear, baby. The sexy thing will probably work and I know you've got a wry sense of humor hidden under that dress. Hell, whip out the boobs to get 'em paying attention, then knock their socks off with your fast-talking, sneering ways. But speaking woman to girl-crush, you have to kick this thing in the ass, otherwise I'm really worried you're going to end up on Lifetime fighting another has-been over some milquetoast husband who'll probably kill you in the end anyway. And that's no way for Starbuck to go out.
On the other hand, Sexy Evil Genius could get you noticed. Billed as a dark comedy, the film follows a group of strangers gathered together at a Los Angeles by a mutual ex-girlfriend (Sackhoff). Though her intentions are unclear, as the night unfolds the woman takes revenge, seduces and unveils her...um...sexy, evil genius? Okay, so the plot sounds sketchy as comedy plots often do - but if it's done right it could work. Shawn Piller ("Greek") will direct the script written by Scott Lew ("Stephen King's Dead Zone"). In an interesting aside, Lew is afflicted with ALS and cannot speak or traditionally write - he is only able to communicate via computer, one letter at a time, so getting this script completed is quite an accomplishment.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sackhoff will also co-produce Sexy Evil Genius. Girl, shake your head, you know what to do.
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