Porn. Gang-rape. Bestiality. Feminism. An abusive marriage. Hepatitis. Liver failure. Violent death. Basically none of the aspects of Deep Throat's Linda Lovelace's life are particularly audience-friendly so it's a little weird that two films are clamoring to tell her tale. Hers is certainly a fascinating story, but…
Hollywood is so enthralled by the story of Deep Throat actress Linda Lovelace that not one, but two biopics are in the works, with both projects optimistically aiming to begin shooting this summer and get to the box office first. One small problem: Neither film has secured financing.
Malin Ackerman, who sort of looks familiar, kind of, a little, will replace Lohan in the Linda Lovelace biopic. I'm sure Dina is looking for someone to sue as we speak.
I love celebrities who are no longer celebrated—humility is more endearing than pride. So I don't get the hand-wringing over Lindsay Lohan's career. When was she ever on the Academy Award path? Clearly these people don't appreciate camp.
- Katy Perry, who grew up with a Christian minister father and sings about melting popsicles, tells Rolling Stone: "Speaking in tongues is as normal to me as 'Pass the salt.' It's a secret, direct prayer language to God." And:
With a sentence to serve 90 days in jail, probation until 2011 — in addition to intense scrutiny, tons of jokes, tabloid drama and talking head hand-wringing — Lindsay Lohan stands at a crossroads.