Recent Examples of villainess from the Web
For institutional pre-Trump Republicans, Pelosi is perhaps the villainess par excellence, and cutting a deal with her is a Faustian bargain, only without the upfront benefits but all of the soul-selling.
Sci-fi villainess vibes, which is honestly a perfect fit for NYFW.
Freckled Sky’s and Shawn Sagady’s dazzling design electrifies the stage, with swarms of leaves and bats, a fireball-shooting villainess (Meghan Murphy’s stunning vocals as the Dust Witch), and a maze of mirrors that distorts desires.
As for their co-stars, Hoeks is freakily intense as a scene-stealing villainess, Ana de Armas has a nice multilayered turn as K’s girlfriend Joi, and there’s not nearly enough of Mackenzie Davis as the mysterious escort Mariette.
On the one hand, there is the villainess, Victoria Leeds (Priyanka Chopra), who is a drug dealer and a property developer: double bad.
The plot has the Baywatchers rescuing drowning people, dispensing helpful lifesaving tips and tangling with a drug-smuggling villainess played by Priyanka Chopra.
Plot points include a pignapping, Mija’s desperate pursuit, a bumbling Animal Liberation Front troop, an insecure corporate villainess (played with pitch-perfect iciness by Ms. Swinton) and a foray into the grisly mechanics of factory farming.
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