Written by Kevin Tuesday, 01 March 2016 11:56
ATLANTA (February 29, 2016) – Gia Nova is a featured actress in the exploitation opus “Frankenstein Created Bikers,” directed by James Anthony Bickert. The burlesque bombshell plays a vixen stripper; the film is scheduled for release later this year.
“Frankenstein Created Bikers,” a sequel to the 2011 grindhouse classic “Dear God No,” is about an outlaw biker who finds himself addicted to a diabolical substance and hunted by a grenade-tossing femme fatale, bounty hunters, law enforcement, a rival motorcycle gang, mutations, and a topless stripper hit squad. The gorgeous Nova, who has also appeared in Rob Zombie’s “Halloween 2,” was a tremendous source of inspiration, according to acclaimed director Bickert.
“Gia brings the essence of the classic Hollywood starlet from the 1940s,” says Bickert. “Her screen presence is so powerful, I wanted to use her name for the character too. I could easily see her as a seductress – especially one who would bring ruin to a man in a classic, hard-boiled film noir style. Unlike her tough character, she’s intelligent, professional, and a delight to be around. The camera lens loved her, and so will audiences.”
For Nova, this is another opportunity to shine in the film genre around which she has built her legendary live grinder performances, taking her smoldering sex appeal and adventurous spirit to the big screen.
“I love taking the essence of my live show to the big screen! It takes the character I’ve created to another level, and that’s very exciting for me,” says Nova. “The entire crew was wonderful, and I’m a big fan of Bickert. My fans will get turned on by his work, and his fans will get turned on to mine – and I love that.”
To view the red-band trailer of “Frankenstein Created Bikers,” visit https://vimeo.com/155565105. Bickert’s production company, http://www.bigworldpictures.us
About Gia Nova:
Gia Nova began her career in 2007, sneaking into fetish clubs and eventually getting hired as a performer and go-go dancer, where she started dabbling in the world of burlesque. Playboy, Penthouse, Hustler, and Cheri Magazine have all covered a number of her shows, which led to a cameo in Rob Zombie’s Halloween 2. Nova's burlesque shows have been called Las-Vegas-quality, due to her classical training in belly dance, Middle Eastern and American Tribal dance, as well as in modern dance and hip-hop, which are all incorporated into shows that are more "feature style". Pumping up the volume, her act has circus-style tricks; her fire show is one of the most requested on the feature circuit. Gia’s aerial silk performances are another unique act she delivers, reminiscent of Cirque du Soleil. The winner of 2012 Overall Feature Entertainer of the Year and 2013 NightMoves Feature Dancer of the Year also crafts her own props and costumes, a skill cultivated from her degree in historical costuming. Follow Gia Nova on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/Gia_