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sci-fi chicks

So I noticed one of the marketing people had the offical magazine of the Sci-Fi channel on her desk today. It seems we have a couple ads in it. What drew me to it though, was the picture of Keira Knightley on the cover, and the caption '25 sexiest women in sci-fi'. Go buy the magazine. It's all that and Neko's bag of chips.

Comments (4)


hehehe....i love you, phlome.
additionally, this may be a naive question, but what sci-fi movie is keira knightly in?


i was wondering that myself, but i'm nervous about professing any interest at all in keira knightley. she's dumber than a sack of bricks.


I imdb'd her - and John Cameron Mitchell, Ninsi - http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0461136/ that's Keira. She was in the first Star Wars installment. JCM was in hardly anything but what's listed in the Hedwig credits, and is in preproduction on something like Sex Project? Something like that.

Here's a little more about his stage career:
"John Cameron Mitchell (playwright) appeared on Broadway in The Secret Garden (Drama Desk nomination), Six Degrees of Separation and Big River. Off-Broadway credits include The Destiny of Me (Obie Award, Drama Desk nomination), Hello Again (Drama Desk nomination), and Missing Persons. John also adapted and directed Tennessee Williams' Kingdom of Earth for the Drama Dept. Theatre Co., of which he is a founding member.For writing and performing in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, John received an Obie Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award for outstanding Off-Broadway Musical, and Drama Desk nominations for Outstanding Actor in a Musical and for Outstanding New Musical. He also wrote and starred in the film adaptation of Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Killer Films and New Line Cinema)."


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