Cameron Diaz Featured in Zoe Bell’s Kick-A “Boss Bitch Fight Challenge” Video

There’s no denying Cameron Diazis a boss b$tch… And, now there’s a video to prove it.

Actress and stuntwoman extraordinaire Zoe Bell has created a full-out, virtual battle royale featuring the most badass actresses and stuntwomen of Hollywood, including the 47-year-old half-Cuban American actress.

Cameron Diaz

Bell’s video is appropriately called Boss Bitch Fight Challenge.

“I’m so bored! I just want to play with my friends!” she proclaims as she tries to liven things up during her quarantine with five minutes of virtual fisticuffs.

Similar to a viral video made by stuntmen, the ladies show the men how it’s really done as Bell stitches together vignettes of an all-star, blink-and-you’ll-miss-them roster of women serving us some action-packed, fighting moves.

It starts with Bell and we quickly see actresses like Halle Berry kick some tail, as well as Scarlett Johansson and her fellow Black Widow starFlorence Pugh step into action. Margot Robbiemakes use of her Harley Quinnbat while Charlie’s Angelsalums Drew Barrymoreand Diaz jump into the brawl. Also making cameos are Xenaherself Lucy LawlessBirds of Prey actress Rosie PerezGuardians of the Galaxy’s Zoe SaldanaDMZstar Rosario Dawsonas well as Daryl Hannahreprising her role as Elle Driver from Kill Bill.

Here’s the full roster of boss bitchesin order of appearance: 

Zoe Bell, Lucy Lawless, Tara Macken, Drew Barrymore, Juliette Lewis, Tamiko Brownlee, Rosario Dawson, Amy Johnson, Cameron Diaz, Kim Murphy, Daniela Ruah, Michaela McAllister, Kaitlin Olson, Lauren Mary Kim, Florence Pugh, Julia Butters, Angela Meryl, Sarah Irwin, Daryl Hannah, Sophia Di Martino, Tracie Thoms, Shauna Duggins, Zoe Saldana, Ming Qiu, Renee Goldsberry, Rosie Perez, Lilly Aspell, Thandie Newton, Mel Stubbs, Jessie Graff, Monique Ganderton, Halle Berry, Heidi Moneymaker, Scarlett Johansson, Dayna Grant, Margot Robbie, Renae Moneymaker, KT Tunstall and finally, to make things come full circle, Zoe Bell rounds it out.

Netflix Releases Trailer for Season 2 of Silvestre’s Sci-Fi Drama “Sense8”

Miguel Angel Silvestre is still trying to make Sense(8) of his abilities…

The official trailer has been released for for Season 2 of Sense8, Netflix’s sci-fi drama series starring the 35-year-old Spanish actor.

Miguel Angel Silvestre

“Rembrandt. His name is synonymous with masterpiece, and this is arguably one of his greatest paintings. An iconic work of individuals setting aside their differences for a common good. But what we see is not what people saw hundreds of years ago. How we see changes, because our senses are evolving,” begins the trailer for the series from Lana Wachowski, Grant Hill and J. Michael Straczynski.

Sense8 revolves around eight characters from different parts of the world, who experience a violent vision and soon find themselves mentally connected by the experience. They become connected, able to see and talk to one another as though they were in the same place, with access to each other’s deepest secrets. Not only must the eight adapt to this new ability and to one another, they must figure out why their lives are now in jeopardy.

In Season 2, dark forces continue to track the cluster of eight connected characters. The sensates will learn more about BPO, the secret organization searching for their cluster and others like them, and will work to protect themselves from this group that is out to hunt and kill them.

The new key art for Season 2 with the tagline “Survive Together” reflects their connection and bond with one another.

In addition to Silvestre, the cast also includes Doona Bae, Jamie Clayton, Tina Desai, Tuppence Middleton, Toby Onwumere, Max Riemelt, Brian J. Smith, Terrence Mann, Naveen Andrews and Daryl Hannah.

Season 2 of Sense8 begins streaming on Netflix on May 5.

Netflix Renews Silvestre’s “Sense8” for a Second Season

Miguel Ángel Silvestre will have another Sense8tional season…

Netflix has renewed its popular sci-fi drama series Sense8, starring the 33-year-old Spanish actor.

Miguel Ángel Silvestre

From J. Michael Straczynski, Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski, Sense8 revolves around eight strangers from different parts of the world who suddenly become mentally and emotionally linked. The show aims to explore subjects that its writers feel science fiction shows, at least ostensibly, tend to ignore or skim through like as politics, identity, sexuality, gender and religion.

The fate of the series had been uncertain. Last month at the Television Critics Association Summer Tour co-creator Straczynski told reporters, “We’re still waiting word for the final determination, but the talks have been optimistic. It’s Netflix’s call.”

The cast includes Silvestre, who portrays closeted Mexico City-based actor Lito Rodriguez, Freema Agyeman, Aml Ameen, Doona Bae, Jamie Clayton, Tina Desai, Daryl Hannah, Tuppence Middleton, Max Riemelt and Brian J. Smith.

Duran Torrent Wins Focus Forward Filmmaker Competition

Rafel Duran Torrent has the focus of a winner…

The Spanish filmmaker has been awarded the Grand Jury Prize in the Focus Forward Filmmaker Competition for his short film Cyborg Foundation. The $100,000 cash prize was presented to him at an awards ceremony held Tuesday at the Sundance Film Festival.

Focus Forward

As part of Focus Forward’s collaboration with the Sundance Institute, Duran Torrent will be invited to a Shorts Lab at the Sundance Institute during 2013.

Focus Forward – Short Films, Big Ideas is a series of 30 three-minute nonfiction films, inspired by GE’s vision of innovative people serving as the catalyst for world change. Produced by leading documentary filmmakers, the films explore the power of ideas and invention and, after appearing at film festivals, are distributed across cable and satellite VOD, gaming system networks, and Internet Free On Demand services as well as in theaters and on DVD.

The short documentary film competition attracted more than 600 submissions from 69 countries.

The jury included Sundance Film Festival senior programmer Caroline Libresco, actress Daryl Hannah and filmmakers Barbara Kopple, José Padilha, Joe Berlinger, Floyd Webb and Peter Wintonick.

The winning films are live and available to view for free on the Focus Forward website, along with the 15 other competition finalists, at

The cash prize winners of the Filmmaker Competition are as follows:

Grand Jury Prize, $100,000: Rafel Duran Torrent (Cyborg Foundation), Spain

Winner, 2nd Place, $50,000: Jared P. Scott & Kelly Nyks (The Artificial Leaf), USA

Winner, 3rd Place, $30,000: Paul Lazarus (Slingshot), USA

Winner, 4th Place, $10,000: Kim Munsamy (Bones Don’t Lie and Don’t Forget), Guatemala

Winner, 5th Place, $10,000: Callum Cooper (Mine Kafon), UK