Kaitlyn Leeb might want to get used to people staring at her chest. After her turn in director Len Wiseman's remake of the Paul Verhoeven sci-fi classic "Total Recall", she's probably going to get a lot of strange looks and peculiar questions. Which, I guess, is to be expected from the moviegoing masses, as most people seem to have a hard time not treating actors like their characters. As soon as they come face-to-face with an actress who had three breasts in a film they saw on the big screen, they're immediately going to start eyeballing her cleavage.
If you walk away from this article having learned one simple lesson, let it be this: never believe the things you see in movies. It's a very good rule of thumb to live by, especially if you're into motion pictures which feature women with three breasts. Although logic and common sense would dictate that Leeb doesn't have the extra equipment, that hasn't stopped gawkers and fans from making uncomfortable inquiries about her chest.
"There were a bunch of people at Comic-Con asking if I had surgery for the third one. Others thought that the two on the side were real," Leeb explained. "I guess that's the one thing that bothers me the most is that they think I'm out there prancing around Comic-Con with my breasts out. They really are not mine."
Fans of B-movies and low-budget, direct-to-video cinema might be familiar with some of Leeb's previous work. In addition to starring in the mixed martial arts prison flick "Locked Down", she was menaced by inbred mutant hillbillies in the straight-to-DVD sequel "Wrong Turn 4". Honestly, fending off ugly, foul-smelling weirdos in the latest installment of the "Wrong Turn" series probably helped her prepare for her stint at Comic-Con.
"It feels amazing that you're recognized," the actress formerly known as Kaitlyn Wong said. "It's surreal, the past couple of days. It's all new and exciting." Her's hoping she has the same winning attitude when someone tries to investigate the truth behind her three breasts first-hand.
Curious to see what all the fuss is about? Take a look at the image embedded below. It might not be safe for work, so tell everyone to turn their heads while you have a look-see.