You're Next star Sharni Vinson joins the female Expendables

Signs up for the action spin-off

Slasher heroine Sharni Vinson has reportedly signed on to lend her fists to the female Expendables.

Collider report the casting, stating that their sources have confirmed that Vinson will be getting in on the action alongside confirmed stars Katee Sackhoff and Gina Carano.

Vinson has taken film festivals by storm in the last couple of years with her role in slasher comedy You're Next - which just so happens to be Total Film's sponsored film at this weekend's Film4 FrightFest.

Frankly, we can't think of anybody better suited to the film, especially after having seen Vinson in action.

While there's still no word on the spin-off's title (it's got to be Expendababes, surely?), we know that Dusty Southern is currently writing the script.

And if the film's casting people need suggestions on other kick-ass ladies to add to the film, they can always check out our suggestions. We've done all their research for them.

More news as it comes…

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    • Filmsrock

      Aug 23rd 2013, 13:44

      Chloe Grace Moretz, Zoe Saldana or Jennifer Lawrence. Or all of them!

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    • Ali1748

      Aug 23rd 2013, 14:20

      Correct me if I am wrong but isn't the appeal of the male Expendables is the fact it brings together all these legendary action stars from the 80's and 90's? So far none of the actresses cast for this movie are even established.

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    • stonemonkey45

      Aug 23rd 2013, 15:01

      Surely if it's in the vain of the Expendables it should be people like Cynthia Rothrock, Pam Grier, Kathy Long, Grace Jones, Michelle Yeoh, Meiko Kaji, Angela Bassett, Angela Mao, Christina Lindberg, Linda Hamilton, Brigitte Nielsen, Lynda Carter, Sigourney Weaver etc.?

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    • Filmsrock

      Aug 24th 2013, 10:22

      You know, add Noomi Rapace and Selena Gomez to it as well.

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    • Seedorf

      Aug 25th 2013, 14:30

      @ Ali1748. Correct; but since when did something like that stop Hollywood people from trying to make ever more sequels and spin-offs.

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