Gina Carano Haywire
July 26, 2011 by Post Team
Gina Carano Haywire, Gina Carano fans can now enjoy the first official trailer for her next film, Haywire. The film also stars Hollywood big names like Michael Douglas and Antonio Banderas, for the fighter Gina Carano; Haywire is its debut on the big screen. The film has a great cast of Hollywood, including Michael Douglas, Antonio Banderas, Ewan McGregor, Bill Paxton and Channing Tatum. The story is about an independent agent named Mallory Kane (played by Carano) is betrayed by her advisers. When she discovers that she has created, the mission of all bursts. This starts a race to an international search down. Mallory tries to return to the United States in order to protect your family and get her revenge.
Film career interrupted career against Gina Carano is. Before 2009, mixed martial arts fighter was one of the most famous faces in MMA, known for being undefeated. But in 2009, age 29 fighter-turned-actress lost Cristiane “Cyborg” Santos, ending her racing line in her career undefeated. Since then, there was a struggle just created this year in April. Carano had to challenge Sara D’Alielo. However, despite the high expectations of the fans and the game given by the Department of Licensing and Regulation, Strikeforce’s show, scheduled to take place in Houston was canceled. Gina Carano is a doctor did not give the green light and not share the reasons.
Gina Carano, 29, had other appearances movie before. He starred in the film Ring Girls, based on the true story of five American women go to Las Vegas and the fight against fighters of the world’s most famous women. Carano also appeared in the Fight Girls reality show, American Gladiators on NBC and in the film Michael Jai White, blood and bone.
Haywire was written by Lem Dobbs and directed by Steven Soderbergh. The film is due to hit theaters in January 2012.
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