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Megan Fox's NC-17 Mother Teresa Biopic Gets Trailer

August 7, 2008 (3:11 am) GMT
The movie-within-a-movie in 'How to Lose Friends & Alienate People' has revealed its trailer exposing the NC-17 biopic film starring Megan Fox's character.

Robert B. Weide-directed film "" apparently won't only present moviegoers with a typical comedy movie. In the same spirit as "", it will display movie-within-a-movie exposing in an NC-17 Mother Teresa biopic, "Mother Teresa: The Making of a Saint", and the fake movie has just revealed its trailer.

In the made-up film for "How to Lose Friends", Fox can be seen as Sophie Maes, an actress portraying a beautiful young Macedonian woman, Agnes. Upon receiving a message from God, Agnes joins a nunnery but her faith is put to the ultimate test when a handsome young priest tempts her and challenges her faith. While the trailer can be enjoyed below, more details about the meta-movie can be read at Teresa: The Making of A Saint website.

Meanwhile, "How to Lose Friends" is the latest comedy movie from MGM. It stars as Sidney Young, a British writer who is thrown to the world of the rich, famous and powerful when he works at New York based Sharps magazine. A complete stranger to the celebrity lifestyle, he finds fame when he becomes confidante of starlet Sophie Maes. Starring also , , and many others, the Peter Straughan-written comedy is due October 3.

"Mother Teresa: The Making of a Saint" Trailer:



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