Nicole, Meagan will star in “35 and Ticking”

Swirl Films is wrapping up filming on their romantic comedy “35 and Ticking,” starring gorgeous actresses Nicole Ari Parker (“Boogie Nights”) and Meagan Good (“Eve’s Bayou” and “You Got Served”).

Kym Whitley (“Black Dynamite”), Tamala Jones (“Daddy Day Camp”) and comedian Kevin Hart are also featured.

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“35 and Ticking” is due for release in 2011.



Release Date: 20 July 2012
Starring: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Gary Oldman

Who can forget the slinky Eartha Kitt in the campy television series “Batman”? She personified the role of arch super-villain Catwoman. Other actresses dimmed in comparison with her, but that didn’t stop Hollywood from casting Lee Meriwether, Julie Newmar (who got close, but not quite), and Michelle Pfeiffer. Arguably, Halle Berry portrayed the Catwoman in the film of the same name, but the movie was nothing compared to the actual comic book character.

The new Batman movie is slated for release in 2012, but there’s been no mention of the Catwoman character. Maybe if the creators thought hard enough, they would surprise us by casting one of these sultry sisters in homage to the late, great, Eartha Kitt… purrrrr…

Eve’s Bayou Meagan Good is Busy, Busy

Hollywood can’t get enough of the gorgeous Meagan Good, who has three films in the works! Best known for her work in Stomp the Yard, Roll Bounce, and the haunting Cicely in Eve’s Bayou, Ms. Good will star as Luba in upcoming production of Saw V…or better known as, the never-ending-story. (Saw is the horror franchise that just keeps on giving…even when you ask it to stop.)

Not to be outdone by the grossness of Saw, she will add another creepy flick to her repertoire and star alongside everyone’s favorite leading man, Idris Alba (“The Wire”) in The Unborn, set for release in 2009.

Idris and Meagan will play two characters helping Gary Oldman (who plays a rabbi), to save a young girl’s life from the slow possession of a child who died in the holocaust. Keep your eye out –and the other one in– for Ms. Good!