67-year-old actress recreates her unfilmed Blade Runner snake-dance

Sometimes snake dance dreams really do come true.  Just, ya know, 30-years later.

We talked about Sean Young's recent conversation with Alcon Entertainment, but today we've got something altogether weirder and more interesting that comes from the wonderful world of Ridley Scott's Blade Runner.

According to actress, Joanna Cassidy, who played replicant Zhora (best known for being naked and having a snake), there was the intention for an extended scene with her character.  That scene?  Why an erotic, reptile dance of course!

The scene was never shot and, for Cassidy, it seems to be a regret.  But we live in modern times and so she used online video for a modern solution -- she filmed the dance on her own.  And she did it at 67-years-old.

The result?  Well, we'll let you look for yourself and judge.


(via Kotaku)

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