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Sarah Michelle Gellar - "Suburban Girl" Movie - Sarah sets city streets scorching

Sunday 17 December 2006, by Webmaster

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The pretty actress, who has just finished voicing Happily N’Ever After alongside husband Freddy Prinze Jr, turned heads as she strode out on set in leather trousers and a scarlet top.

Looking every inch the femme fatale in spray-on leather trousers and a flaming red shirt, Sarah Michelle Gellar succeeded in upping the temperature in chilly New York as she filmed The Girl’s Guide To Hunting And Fishing.

The 29-year-old New Yorker made quite an impression as she strode through the streets of the Big Apple in killer scarlet Louboutin heels and matching red lipstick. Currently lensing the silver screen adaption of Melissa Banks’ best-selling novel, Sarah stars as a Manhattan book publisher who gets involved with an influential older man, played by Alec Baldwin.

Sarah seemed to be relishing her strong new look, complete with brunette hair-do, and adds that she likes playing feisty female roles. "I’ve always been fascinated with Asian movies. I love that women can play a lead. There are still only certain film genres where a woman can stand out and be heroic, be the centrepiece."

The Buffy The Vampire Slayer star says she’s been enjoying shooting a range of films, since she left the popular TV show. "We joke that I’m a professional commitment phobe right now. Eight years of my life I knew what I was doing and it was very planned. I chose my movies based on hiatuses and didn’t choose them based on whether I was dying to do it. The first thing I’m learning right now is that I can really wait until there’s something I really want to be a part of and I want to do."