Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! news stories posted by our user community.
Posted 8 months ago
Will Ferrell is circling the biopic Russ & Roger Go Beyond, eyeing the role of filmmaker Russ Meyer in this story of how the B-movie cult classic Beyond the Valley of the Dolls was made.We first reported on the project in October, when Mark Amin's Sobini Films partnered with David Permut's Permut Presentations and Richard Waltzer's Chautauqua Entertainment to acquire the screenplay written ...
, Roger Ebert
, Russ Meyer
, Seth Rogen
, Edgar Wright
, Jonah Hill
, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
(1970), Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!
(1965), Saturday Night Live
(1975), The Simpsons
(1989), The Lego Movie
(2014), The Project
(2011), Get Hard
Posted 1 year ago
Mark Amin's Sobini Films is partnering with David Permut's Permut Presentations and Richard Waltzer's Chautauqua Entertainment to acquire Russ & Roger Go Beyond, a screenplay written by Emmy winner Chris Cluess (Saturday Night Live, The Simpsons) based on the true story of the unique relationship between provocative filmmaker Russ Meyer and legendary critic Roger Ebert while they made Beyond ...
Posted 1 year ago
It’s been six months since Roger Ebert passed away, and I still find myself saying “I wonder what Ebert would’ve thought of this one?” The film critic’s legacy will be felt for years to come, and now a portion of Ebert’s life is poised to be immortalized onscreen. Sobini Films, Permut Presentations, and Chautauqua Entertainment have acquired Russ & Roger Go ...
Haji, Star of Faster, p*ssycat! Kill Kill!, Is Dead
By K.C. Blumm
08/11/2013 at 08:30 AM EDT
Haji, the star of cult film Faster, p*ssycat! Kill Kill!, has died. She was 67.
Her Double-D Avenger costar Kitten Natividad shared the news of her passing on her Facebook page on Saturday. No cause of death was given.
The voluptuous raven-haired ...
Posted 4 years ago
Cult actress Tura Satana, who was best known for the Russ Meyer's classic killer vixen flick Faster, p*ssycat! Kill! Kill!, passed away this weekend in Reno, NV from heart failure. While her face has been immortalized from her work with Meyer, Santana stayed mostly off of the radar later on, especially after a few tragic events including a car accident and a gunshot from a former lover. However ...
Tura Satana, the actress whose authoritative presence, exotic looks and buxom frame commanded the attention of viewers of Russ Meyer’s 1965 cult movie “Faster, p*ssycat! Kill! Kill!”, died on Friday evening in Reno, Nev.
The death was announced by her longtime manager, Siouxzan Perry, who said the cause of death was believed to be heart failure. Ms. Perry said Ms. Satana ...