Milla Jovovich and David R. Ellis Run Into Some Bad Luck

David R. Ellis has a lot on his plate lately now that the stale residue left behind by The Final Destination has officially been wiped off, including Shark Night 3D, an adaptation of the graphic novel War Monkeys, and a brand new gig featuring everyone’s favorite super-hot zombie fighter. caught up with director Ellis, who revealed to the site that Resident Evil star Milla Jovovich will be starring in his next horror project, Bad Luck, which tells the tale of a group of friends who find their lives changed when superstitions that they don’t believe in begin coming true. The screenplay was penned by David Schow (The Crow, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning).

No word on a start date, but we’ll keep our ears open for you. In the meantime let’s just take this moment to celebrate the sexiness that is Milla. Milla, Milla, Milla.

Milla Jovovich and David R. Ellis Run Into Some Bad Luck

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  • Terminal

    “Super-Hot”? Seriously? Super-hot?

    When is androgyny sexy? She has nothing to offer. At least Megan Fox is aesthetically pleasing. Jovovich looks like one of the forgotten Hanson brothers.

    I don’t know, your taste is your taste, but I don’t see the big whoopy with Milla mangirl.
    “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

  • Vanvance1

    David Schow, a writer who’s short stories are nothing short of amazing.

    Davil Ellis a generic director who’s not worthy of a Schow script. He has as much talent as Jovovich has breasts.

  • FireRam

    “Super-hot” zombie fighter? Really? Super-hot? She could play the transexual in “The Crying Game”.

    Abashed the Devil stood and felt how awful goodness is.