Some Juicy New Tidbits on the "DOA" Action Flick

by | July 6, 2006 | Comments

It seems like I first saw a bootleg trailer for "DOA: Dead or Alive" about five years ago, but the flick looks to be (finally) penciled in for an August release date. The PG-13 girl-centric action flick boasts a rather colorful cast, but the producers seem to be most pleased about Jaime Pressly‘s newfound popularity, thanks mainly to her work on the hit sitcom "My Name Is Earl."

From "What’s great about ‘DOA’ is the fantastic fighting opportunities, but also the sexiness with the volleyball, with the island. It has some phenomenal fight sequences," (producer Jeremy) Bolt told "We worked with Corey Yuen, who did the ‘Transporter‘ movies, and we went to China. I was in China for 8 months last year making it with all the stunt people, and it [has] fantastic fight sequences, but also it’s sexy. We put volleyball in the movie. There’s a 3 minute volleyball sequence."

"We’re ecstatic that Jaime [Pressly] has a hit show, as is Dimension," added Bolt. "She’s now a household name, which is fantastic for us. She’s also a brilliant martial artist, great volleyball player. She’s phenomenally fit and she looks damn fine in a bikini."

Click here for a bit more on the flick, including news of the PG-13 rating. And yes, the word "sequel" is used.

Tag Cloud

PaleyFest Action game of thrones Comedy Central FX finale TBS Emmys ghosts Kids & Family comic police drama Valentine's Day Sony Pictures Watching Series south america zero dark thirty YouTube Premium Lifetime Spring TV AMC Musicals Black Mirror Disney streaming service harry potter Apple DC Comics IFC Films Winter TV RT History Extras period drama Premiere Dates Music justice league dramedy WGN Tarantino Shudder Song of Ice and Fire Rocketman TIFF Shondaland Holidays TV Fox News Quiz Box Office Biopics El Rey USA Rocky Sneak Peek Cartoon Network Starz Marvel BBC America Comedy 2017 BET cops 20th Century Fox DirecTV Polls and Games Pride Month Amazon Prime Video ratings Disney Thanksgiving Universal GLAAD jamie lee curtis diversity spinoff crime thriller talk show Heroines LGBTQ award winner composers 2019 Logo Comic Book DGA social media FOX Sci-Fi TCA 2015 vampires Arrowverse Video Games doctor who E3 HBO CMT anime SXSW cinemax comiccon Pet Sematary Opinion cults Set visit History Emmy Nominations TV Land Tomatazos Paramount Network stand-up comedy Awards Tour WarnerMedia 2018 cooking Star Wars Best and Worst disaster tv talk Star Trek boxoffice Animation Fall TV Epix golden globes Mary Poppins Returns crime Family green book hispanic YouTube Red blaxploitation Schedule elevated horror E! Rom-Com Amazon supernatural Reality mockumentary NYCC game show SDCC witnail Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt The Arrangement Chernobyl Red Carpet Marathons teaser spanish language CNN TCM transformers ABC Superheroes BBC Lucasfilm Reality Competition A&E dc travel Nat Geo political drama MSNBC Teen Showtime binge singing competition strong female leads Grammys Binge Guide thriller kids Television Academy Stephen King Countdown Awards Superheroe spider-man biography aliens DC Universe Interview The CW casting miniseries nature San Diego Comic-Con toy story Musical APB Crackle Anna Paquin Pixar Year in Review true crime television 24 frames Calendar ESPN Brie Larson Country psycho Britbox Cosplay mutant RT21 IFC ITV Sundance Summer Acorn TV cars foreign unscripted docudrama GIFs movies Nominations Women's History Month revenge Ellie Kemper Columbia Pictures PBS technology adventure Comics on TV book Trophy Talk Spectrum Originals OWN USA Network Nickelodeon Lionsgate Paramount CW Seed Character Guide anthology Trivia First Look DC streaming service Mary Tyler Moore theme song 007 Hulu GoT SundanceTV dceu Oscars serial killer National Geographic TNT Elton John quibi Election sequel Film Festival Ghostbusters Walt Disney Pictures Toys Creative Arts Emmys Tumblr Mystery war Film HBO Max cats science fiction MTV Ovation Cannes video animated sitcom Spike Mudbound X-Men Bravo Super Bowl Mindy Kaling 71st Emmy Awards robots Podcast Dark Horse Comics Sundance Now Food Network TLC Horror streaming Peacock American Society of Cinematographers adaptation psychological thriller medical drama Rock LGBT politics MCU Warner Bros. First Reviews VICE Syfy hist spain YA crime drama Photos historical drama dragons based on movie richard e. Grant Fantasy Writers Guild of America Adult Swim series romance Chilling Adventures of Sabrina CBS Trailer latino 45 zombie facebook See It Skip It The Witch Disney Channel children's TV Vudu sports Martial Arts New York Comic Con NBC natural history Infographic Certified Fresh Esquire spy thriller Pirates Captain marvel Western 21st Century Fox Masterpiece Amazon Prime Pop zombies crossover TruTV what to watch Freeform President space VH1 Netflix ABC Family Mary poppins discovery CBS All Access TCA 2017 2016 festivals Christmas FXX Drama Winners