Rosario recently said of their relationship, "It's not like we announced our relationship, so it's not like we're going to announce our breakup. He's wonderful and we dated longer than people think we did.
Cabin Fever is a 2016 American horror film directed by Travis Z and written by Eli Roth.
They arrive in the Amazon and head to a logging site where they begin their protest, chaining themselves to bulldozers while filming the loggers cutting down trees.
A private militia arrives, and the protest receives viral attention on the internet when Justine is nearly killed by one of the militia officers.
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And who better to ensure the copy does nothing to improve on the original?Eli Raphael Roth (born April 18, 1972) is an American film director, producer, writer and actor.As a director and producer, he is most closely associated with the horror genre, first coming to prominence by directing the 2005 film Hostel and its 2007 sequel, Hostel: Part II.Justine, a college freshman, becomes interested in a social activism group led by Alejandro and his girlfriend Kara.The group plans a trip to the Amazon rainforest to stop a company from logging and obliterating ancient native tribes there; the goal is to film the logging crews with cell phones and stream footage to raise awareness.On Sunday the South American star shared a photo in her wedding dress on her Instagram account.Her caption read Gracias/thank you and in the snap she was flashing a peace sign while wearing sunglasses.We love Lorenza's cool frayed version and we suggest you snap a pair of J Brand's up yourself (click right).They're a sure investment and you'll be looking as hot as the celebs in no time with a pair of these beauties.One notable change is that Deputy Winston, a male (portrayed by Giuseppe Andrews) in the first and second films, is now played by a female (portrayed by Louise Linton).Z claimed he made this choice because "There was no way for me to emulate Giuseppe's performance." Geoff Berkshire of Variety gave the film a negative review writing: "It’s little surprise that Roth himself is the exec producer of this nearly beat-for-beat redo.