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Lynn Collins And John Carter

March 11, 2012 by staff 

Lynn Collins And John Carter, Lynn Collins in ‘John Carter’ The sci-fi extravaganza “John Carter” — based on the classic book series by Edgar Rice Burroughs — is a familiar title. But the leading lady, Lynn Collins, is less well known: The actress, who co-stars with Taylor Kitsch in the adventure flick, is grabbing the spotlight for her skimpy costumes — and getting some looks on the Web.

Searches on the star have climbed 1,000 percent on Yahoo! in the past week alone, thanks to her starring role.

In the Disney film, Collins plays the Martian warrior Princess Dejah Thoris. The fantasy stars Kitsch as a Confederate captain from the Civil War who is transported to the red planet, where he becomes involved in an epic conflict among various nations, whose leaders include Thoris. The website Hollywood.com claims that the rising star’s “beauty, grace, and adeptness with a sword will not leave your consciousness even long after you leave the theater.”

The star’s bikini-style short shorts may also stay with you. In an interview with Yahoo! Movies, Collins admitted that the costumes were made more revealing than originally designed — at her request. She said, “I knew they were going to be small. And I am actually the one who put them on and said, ‘The cut’s going to be weird, they should probably be higher.’ There you go.”

Still, she was more covered up than the character in the books. In Edgar Rice Burrough’s original tale, “A Princess of Mars,” the people of Barsoom (as they call their home planet) don’t wear much at all. In his first-person narration, John Carter says, “Save for her highly wrought ornaments she was entirely nak*d, nor could any apparel have enhanced the beauty of her perfect and symmetrical figure.”

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