Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale in a big-screen, all-out catfight? No you're not dreaming, fanboys. It's a taste of the upcoming Total Recall remake, courtesy of Colin Farrell.
"There is a really good fight between them, very beautifully choreographed and very aggressive," Colin tells ET Canada. "There will be fanboys all over the world getting rather uncomfortable if they go see the film with their girlfriends during that fight."
Colin has been shooting the futuristic sci-fi flick -- based on the Philip K. Dick novelette We Can Remember It For You Wholesale -- in Toronto, and he reports, "I'm really enjoying it! We've been here three-and-a-half months, and we have another five or six weeks, so it's a decent haul this one."
But way before the remake of the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger classic hits the big screen, Colin is the killer vampire next door, Jerry Dandridge, in the remake of another beloved '80s movie, Fright Night.
"Jerry's got a big old pair of testes on him, there's no doubt," says Colin in his trademark, pull-no-punches style. "He is incredibly violent and aggressive and acts without compunction and hesitation and he's just a predator -- he's kind of a sexual predator."
Fright Night takes a bite out of the box office in 3D this Friday, while Total Recall is scheduled to hit theaters August 2012.