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No Porn Star Role for Anna Faris

September 19, 2008 (8:42 am) GMT
The comedienne has backed down from her role as a renowned porn star Linda Lovelace in Lovelace's biopic film.

won't be seen as a porn star any time soon. To Moviehole on Thursday, September 18, the actress revealed that she has dropped her involvement in a biopic flick entitled "". Stating that she will still stick to comedies, she further confessed that the role as iconic porn actress Linda Lovelace is too dramatic and heavy for her at this stage.

Lovelace whose real name is Linda Boreman claimed her fame in the '70s after she starred in 1972 hardcore porn film called "Deep Throat". Later on, she became a spokeswoman for the anti-pornography movement. In 2002, she died from massive trauma and internal injuries she sustained after a car crash in Colorado.

Meanwhile, "Inferno" is set to be directed by Matthew Wilder and produced by Marvin V. Acuna, Randy Becker, Jordan Gertner, Chris Hanley and Heidi Jo Markel. The flick has yet to have any writer attached to it. In 2008, another Lovelace's biopic was also brought up with attached to star. The production of the project entitled "Deep Throat" was stalled.

On Faris, she has recently been seen starring as a playboy bunny kicked out from the playboy mansion in "". In it, she stars alongside , , and many others. Released on October 22, the comedy flick from Columbia Pictures has so far collected $42.7 million nationwide.


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