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Poseidon duo head out West!

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Stella Stevens and Ernest Borgnine will reunite on the big screen – after all these years! – for the spooky western pic “Death Keeps Coming”.

Stevens and Borgnine of course shared the screen in the watery classic “The Poseidon Adventure”.

Stevens, 72, is also known for her roles in the films “The Nutty Professor” and “Chained Heat”. Her next film is “Memoirs of a Medicated Child” with Andy Dick.

“Death Keeps Coming”, written and directed by newcomer Derek Milton, tells of “a mysterious lone gunfighter who rides out of the desert to save an innocent victim of a horrific and terrifying gypsy curse.”.

The ensemble cast includes Dee Wallace (“Halloween”), Christopher Showerman (“Big Game”), Muse Watson (TVs “Prison Break”), Chad Everett (“Fever Pitch”) and Stephen Tobolowsky, most recently seen as Kristen Bell’s ill-fated evil poppa on TV hit “Heroes”.

Our own Clint Morris is a producer on the flick, but remains tight-lipped as to who they’re chasing to play the lead. Um… I can act! Clint? Derek? Borg?

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