Kate Beckinsale lets out inner killer in "Total Recall" clip (video)

Kate Beckinsale lets out inner killer in

PanARMENIAN.Net - Kate Beckinsale lets out her inner cold-blooded killer persona in a new clip for "Total Recall". Joined by a group of armored soldiers, the "Underworld: Awakening" actress is seen heartlessly attacking Jessica Biel and Colin Farrell. Outnumbered, Biel and Farrell decide to jump into a tunnel only to find a moving box gets closer to crash them, AceShowbiz said.

Beckinsale plays Lori, the wife of Farrell's lead character Douglas. For a factory worker like Douglas, even though he's got a beautiful wife whom he loves, the mind trip sounds like the perfect vacation from his frustrating life - real memories of life as a super spy might be just what he needs. But when the procedure goes horribly wrong, Douglas becomes a hunted man.

In a recent interview with MTV News, Beckinsale, who is the wife of the film's director Len Wiseman, opened up that her husband almost cast her as the iconic three-breasted prostitute in the remake movie.

"We'd had a conversation about the fact that I wasn't available and we were both being very grown-up about it and he said, 'Well, maybe, will you play the three-breasted hooker just so that you're in the movie?'" the British actress recalled. "And I was like, 'OK,' because it had been a very long time since I saw the movie ['Total Recall']."

Still, she continued, "I'm so glad that I didn't do that. I mean, she gets more attention than Jessica or me put together. My daughter would die. She'd be so mad at me, going into eighth grade, if I was walking around with three boobs all the time. She'd be really annoyed."

"Total Recall" will make its way out onto the U.S. cinemas on August 3.

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