A couple weeks ago, the cobra hero Pink appeared in a teaser trailer for the new movie “Cobra Heroes” and now, the heroine is back in the spotlight, this time for her new romantic interest.
“Pink” stars Sarah Michelle Gellar as “the Cobra” and is a spinoff from the 2011 reboot of the popular 1980s action-adventure flick Cobra.
She’s also a big part of the story, too.
The new movie will be released on Feb. 17, 2019, and has been called “one of the best movies of the year.”
But for now, Gellar is focused on her role as Pink, the female superhero in the reboot movie, which is set to come out on March 8, 2019.
The movie stars Gellar and Liam Neeson as Pink and Kate Mara as the Cobra, the evil version of Pink who is the leader of the female Cobras.
Both Mara and Gellar are returning to the series for the first time, after starring in the 2009 film Cobra: The Movie.
Mara has also appeared in previous films, including “Sucker Punch” and “The Bourne Legacy.”
She has also played the role of the villainous leader of Cobra’s army in “Carnival of Carnage,” a 2008 film that also starred Gellar.
Mara and Neesons characters were a big hit with critics, who gave the reboot a B-.
But now, they are back in theaters with a new movie.
Gellar, who plays Pink in “Suck It,” said she found her role in the Cobras movie, “satisfying.”
“I love it and I think that I got to do what I love and I did my part,” she said.
“But I think the audience is gonna love it too.”
Mara is in her second movie with the rebooted Cobras, following her turn in the 2010 film Cobras Revenge.
The two stars are set to reprise their roles in the upcoming sequel, Cobras: The Legend Begins, which will be directed by director Alex Kurtzman.
Both actors are set for a new series on CBS called Cobras Revolution.
Geller, who starred as the villainess Katniss Everdeen in the 2008 film “Crocodile Dundee,” said her character’s role in “Revolution” was a big deal.
“I was kind of shocked,” she told The Wall St. Journal.
“I’ve always wanted to play Katnids villain, so I was really excited when I got the part.
But I think it’s gonna be good.”
“Revolution,” which will feature a new cast of Cobras from the new film, is set for release in 2019.