There's been no shortage of "Watchmen" clips and making-of featurettes hitting the 'Net over the last few months, and this time around, MySpace plays host to a behind-the-scenes "Watchmen" mini-documentary focusing on the female members of the superteam, mother/daughter crimefighters Silk Spectre I and II, played by Carla Gugino and Malin Ackerman, respectively. (For more on these characters' relationship, check out our exclusive "Watchmen" video interview with Ackerman and Gugino.)
Previously, Carla Gugino told MTV about improvising for the in-character "Watchmen" documentary "Under the Hood," while earlier featurettes gave fans a behind-the-scenes peek at creating Dr. Manhattan and bringing the look and feel of "Watchmen" to life. And just in case you missed 'em, MTV spoke with "Watchmen" stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Comedian), Matthew Goode (Ozymandias), Patrick Wilson (Nite Owl), Jackie Earle Haley (Rorscach) and Billy Crudup (Dr. Manhattan) about their roles in the much-anticipated film.
What do you think about the hard-hitting ladies of "Watchmen"? And how about that fight scene in the prison, eh? Let us know your thoughts about the latest "Watchmen" featurette in the comment section!