publication date: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 (part of Summer 2017)

category: Movies

clue: This star of horror movies about residents, destinations, and hills, who previously appeared in Celebrity Goo Game as a fictional model, also played triplets who gained superhero powers in an eclipse.

explanation: Larter starred in House on Haunted Hill as well as the Resident Evil and Final Destination films. She played triplets in the television series Heroes. She posed as fictional model Allegra Coleman in a 2006 hoax. more…

difficulty: medium

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Steve West, Samir Mehta, Justin Woods, LaVonne Lemler, Chris Lemler, Joanna Woods, Matthew Preston, Richard Slominsky, Jesse King, and Elaine Beckland

Eclipse Week: Whether or not you're one of the millions of Americans expected to watch the solar eclipse on August 21, you can enjoy this collection of eclipse-inspired goos, an easy way to wrap up the Summer 2017 season. Seven eclipse goos will run on the week of August 20-26, with three bonus goos to follow soon afterwards.

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Judi Dench

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Gal Gadot

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Soleil Moon Frye

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Michelle Rodriguez

Even though she was lost in the mid-2000s, she remains best known for appearances in blockbuster film series like Avatar, Resident Evil, The Smurfs, Machete, and The Fast and the Furious. Go »

Sienna Miller

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Taylor Lautner

He co-starred in a 2010 movie called Eclipse, playing a man who can become a giant wolf (with or without the presence of a full moon). Go »