Kelly Brook Poses as Princess Leia For Total Film Magazine

Kelly Brook is probably the main reason why you want to buy the new issue of Total Film magazine. The British lovely plays homage to screen icons in a series of sexy photo shoots for the magazine, which is out now.

Kelly Brook pays homage to Star Wars character Princess Leia in a new take on the bronze bikini in a photoshoot for Total Film Magazine. Photo: Randall Slavin / Total Film Magazine

Kelly Brook is probably the main reason why you want to buy the new issue of Total Film magazine. The British lovely plays homage to screen icons in a series of sexy photo shoots for the magazine, which is out now.

Although she may not have cracked Hollywood yet, but that hasn’t stopped model and part-time actress from turning herself into a classic movie bombshell – about four of them to be exact. However, Kelly Brook has long been a success in the modelling world thanks to her stunning curves.

With her new movie, Piranha 3D, turning up in cinemas soon, the model has decided to pay homage to some of Hollywood’s most famous bikini scenes in a collection of sexy shots for the new issue of Total Film magazine. And you can see some of the pics and a behind the scenes video from the shoot below.

First off, the Kent-born model takes on one of Hollywood’s most famous bikini moments, namely, Princess Leia’s slave outfit from Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. She even wears metal wrist cuffs and has her hair plaited in a bun on her head just like Fisher did in the movie in 1983. No sign of Jabba the Hutt, mind you.

Brook wears a skin bikini in a recreation of Raquel Welch as Loana in One Million Years B.C. Photo: Randall Slavin / Total Film Magazine

Elsewhere, Ms Brook, who split from rugby player boyfriend Danny Cipriani last month, takes on Raquel Welch’s sexy cavewoman Loana from the 1966 classic ‘One Million Years BC’.

Also in the photo shoot, taken by photographer Randall Slavin, Brook pays homage to Sophia Loren in ‘The Millionairess’ and Brigitte Bardot in ‘A Very Private Affair.’

Brook’s film-themed shoot comes ahead of her first major movie release in five years when she had a small role in ‘Deuce Bigalow: European Bigalow.’

She plays a party girl who meets a sticky end in Piranha 3D, which also stars Ving Rhames, Christopher Lloyd and Elisabeth Shue.

Kelly pulls an alluring pose in homage to Sophia Loren's spoilt heiress Epifania Parerga in The Millionairess. Photo: Randall Slavin / Total Film Magazine

Describing the film, Brook said: “It’s just a big, fun B-movie – lots of boobs, blood, gore and drama. I don’t think I’ll be getting any Oscars for it. In Piranha, there’s lots of cool people. It’s about a lot of fish that eat a lot of buff boys and big-boobied girls. It’s all set during spring break.”

In 2003, she had a brief role as Seth Green’s girlfriend in The Italian Job, which starred her then-boyfriend Jason Statham. Kelly then secured her first leading role in Brit indie film School For Seduction, playing an Italian temptress.

In 2005, she starred in ill-fated desert island thriller ‘Three,’ where she met her ex-fiance Billy Zane. The couple also teamed up again for another movie ‘Fishtails,’ a romance in the same vein as Splash which saw Kelly playing a mermaid.

On TV, Kelly has appeared in four episodes of Smallville and played herself in ITV show Moving Wallpaperlast year.

You have to agree, Ms Brook definitely looks fantastic. Now all that she needs is a movie career and she’ll be away. Watch a behind the scenes video from the shoot below. Head over to Total Film Magazine for more. [Total Film via Daily Mail (UK) and Inside Movies]

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