Santanico Pandemonium, formerly Esmeralda, is a fictional character from the From Dusk till Dawn series. She is the primary Queen Vampire of the "Titty Twister", a strip club/brothel in the middle of a desolate part of Mexico. In the film series, she is portrayed by Salma Hayek and Ara Celi. She is played by Eiza González in the 2014 television series.
I just found out that this is a television series... where the heck am I and where do I sign up?
Jewel Staite as Kaywinnet Lee "Kaylee" Frye - the ship's mechanic.
In the episode "Out of Gas", it is established that she has no formal
training, but keeps Serenity running with an intuitive gift for the
workings of mechanical equipment.
Summer Glau as River Tam - smuggled onto the ship by her brother. A
highly intelligent, compassionate and intuitive child prodigy.
Experiments and invasive brain surgery at an Alliance secret facility
left her delusional, paranoid, and at times violent, though her uncanny
ability to seemingly sense things before they happen leaves question to
where the delusions end and reality begins for her.
Morena Baccarin as Inara Serra - a Companion, which is the 26th century equivalent of an escort or mistress, who rents one of Serenity's two small shuttles. Inara enjoys high social standing. Her presence confers a degree of legitimacy and social acceptance the crew of Serenity would not have without her on board. Inara displays great dignity, civility and compassion.
Gina Torres as Zoe Alleyne Washburne - second-in-command onboard Serenity, a loyal wartime friend of Captain Reynolds, and the wife of Wash. Her surname during the Unification War was Alleyne.
Gorilla at Large is a 1954 horror mystery B-movie (with an A-cast) made in 3-D. The film stars Cameron Mitchell, Anne Bancroft, Lee J. Cobb and Raymond Burr, with Lee Marvin and Warren Stevens in supporting roles. Directed by Harmon Jones, it was made by Panoramic Productions, and distributed through 20th Century Fox in Technicolor and 3-D. It is notable for being one of their first 20th Century Fox films filmed in 3-D. (The first was Inferno, which was released a year before.)