That’s right Three Breasts. I learned about Kaitlyn Leeb when the trailer for the 1990′s remake ‘Total Recall’ was revealed. Leeb plays the three-breasted hooker. She gave fans an eyeful when she appeared in the flesh at Comic Con in San Diego over the weekend.
The stunning star, who wears a prosthetic third breast in the movie, donned the appendage to promote the film. The likeness to the real deal was astounding in her barely-there outfit, consisting of a red satin floral dress with a mere strap covering her nipples and an asymmetrical hem. Leeb’s outfit was completed with a red plastic trench coat and some black PVC over-the-knee boots.
Leeb’s appearance in the film is creating so much buzz that she has almost outshone the movie’s two leading ladies, including Wiseman’s wife Kate Beckinsale, who plays Lori (Colin Farrell’s onscreen wife) and Jessica Biel. Kate is also well aware of this fact, revealing that her husband even suggested that she play the part herself. She explained, ’We’d had a conversation about the fact that I wasn’t available and we were both being very grown-up about it and he said, “Well, maybe, will you play the three-breasted hooker just so that you’re in the movie?”‘ Kate laughed:
‘And I was like, “OK”, because it had been a very long time since I saw the movie. I’m so glad that I didn’t do that. I mean, she gets more attention than Jessica or me put together. My daughter would die. She’d be so mad at me, going into eighth grade, if I was walking around with three boobs all the time. She’d be really annoyed.’
Leeb’s character was first revealed when the new trailer for Wiseman’s remake was released last month. She then smiles:
“You’re gonna wish you had three hands.”
Recovering his composure, a grinning Colin replies:
“I’m looking for Rekall.”
While fans of the original will remember the infamous ‘three-breasted woman’ character, her appearance may come as a surprise to younger audiences. Verhoeven’s original version starred the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone and enjoyed box office success debuting at the number one spot and grossed more than $260 million worldwide.
The remake hits cinemas in the US on August 3.