By Fred Topel | Image property of Freestyle Releasing
Bitch Slap casts Julia Voth as the dream girl of both men and women. No arguments here. Out in the desert, Trixie (Voth) is out of her element wearing a shiny gold dress.
Julia Voth Gives a Bitch Slap
“The pushup bras were the worst,” Voth said. “We went through so many, because I had to do the clear straps. It gets so hot and then there was so much padding that it got heavy and they would stretch out. So every couple of days we had to change the straps because my boobs would go from here to here in the afternoon. There was so much stuffed in there and then there was heating pads to keep me warm and actual chicken cutlets that we put in there.”
The film revels in female cleavage and fighting. Trixie is the less physical of the trio but she had her own sort of stunts to do. “They had more of the fight scenes than I did but I had my dance scenes that I had to do and it looked kind of easy, but I had 8” stilettos on with 20 lb. angel wings on my back so walking in the heels alone was a challenge. Then dancing and making it look sexy and everything, I would go whoa and fall backwards, try to keep myself composed. It’s not as easy as it looks.”
The most notable battle in which Trixie partakes is the trio dousing each other with water, for no reason but the viewer’s enjoyment, in the middle of the movie. “I have to take credit for one thing because I was the one who told them to keep refilling the bottle as we were doing it. We would get each other wet and then we’d stop and have to wait. Then get each other, then stop and wait. When you stop, that’s when you get the coldest.”
Something tells us we’ll be seeing a lot more of Julia Voth after Bitch Slap. “It’s completely changed I think all of our careers. It’s opened doors that weren’t there before. Especially for me, this was my first film acting job ever so it’s been amazing. I’ve gotten other jobs and just the experiences and the learning process of being on set and working with them and everyone, Rick [Jacobson] and Eric [Greundemann], it’s been incredible. It’s been an incredible journey and I’m very grateful for it.”