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There’s something about a British accent that instantly magnifies a woman’s beauty. And while Kate Beckinsale certainly needs no extra help when it comes to turning on men, I’d be lying if I said the British accent wasn’t part of the appeal.
Remember that cartoon wolf that used to be in all those Tex Avery cartoons? You know, the one whose eyes would shoot out of his head and his heart would pound out of his chest every time he saw a pretty lady? Yeah, well it’s a good thing that big, bad wolf never saw Kate Beckinsale, because his whole body would have imploded with enough velocity, that he would have ripped a Grand Canyon-sized hole into the space-time continuum.
And then where would we all be? Sucked into a floating sea of nothingness for all eternity, that’s where. Thanks a lot, wolfy.
Thankfully, that wolf is a fictional cartoon character. Also, thankfully, Kate Beckinsale is not. Her beautiful presence has helped raise the tolerance-meter on many mediocre films over the years (Underwold: Rise of the Lycans). And of course, she’s also had her fair share of good movies as well (Aviator). The latest Kate Beckinsale joint, Whiteout, is currently out in theatres.