taxing to love Anna Faris. I don’t mean personally, although I’m sure if I met
her, something would occur that would eventually result in the Los Angeles
County Sheriff’s Department getting involved. So, yeah, personally too. But I’m
talking about the dame’s career. Ever since I saw her in the first Scary
, I’ve been equally impressed and smitten with her powerful combo
of zaniness and hotness, and since then, it’s gotten worse. Both my obsession and
her career.

she’s been able to land tiny parts in good flicks (Brokeback Mountain, Lost
in Translation
), her most visible work has come from astoundingly
unfunny comedies like Just Friends, The Hot Chick, and the
rest of the Scary Movie films, making it harder to take this talented
comedienne….errr, seriously. And today’s news just adds to the hate. She’s just
signed to star in the newest Happy Madison flick, which is still untitled. In
it, she’d play an ex-Playboy Bunny who, for whatever reason, moves into a lame
sorority’s house on a college campus to help turn the girls’ lives around and
make them popular. Sigh. I suppose this whole Paris Hilton jail debacle just
happened too late for them to use that, but I’m sure the screenwriters (the
same pair of ladies behind Legally Blonde) can, and will, crank
out a sequel script on demand.

would mark the second directorial effort for Happy Madison mainstay writer Fred
Wolf, whose debut, the Steve Zahn/Harry Hamlin/Joe Don Baker/Krista Allen stoner
comedy Strange Wilderness, has been floating in the wilde…let’s just
say, it’s been looking for Fox to release it for some time. Obviously, with
these ingredients in place, we’re talking big, big failure. But Faris has bills
to pay, and this is her first real non-Scary Movie starring role, so I
understand. But a man has limits, Anna. A man has limits.