Tuesday, June 26, 2007

The Daily News reports that in the making of the Anna Nicole Smith telemovie, the part of Virgie Arthur has been written out entirely just because the actors and everyone else think that Anna Nicole wouldn’t have wanted her mother involved in the story of her life. The actress playing Anna Nicole, Willa Ford, is quoted as saying:

"We didn't write the mother into the film on purpose. She is not in the movie at all," she tells Chaunce Hayden in Steppin' Out magazine. "She just doesn't deserve to be in the film. If there is one thing Anna wouldn't want, it's her mother in a movie about her life."

Well, look, that’s fair enough. She didn’t play a tremendously important role in the crafting of the delicate flower that was Anna Nicole at all so really, keeping her out of the script due to spite is no big deal. If this news is to be believed, this film is bound to be one of the greatest films ever made.

But, the thing is: we already knew it was going to be gold the minute the talentless attention whore Bobby Trendy signed on to play himself. Hell, the minute the words “Anna” , “Nicole”, “Smith” and “Telemovie” got put together in a sentence, a cultural triumph was born that could easily knock Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring” off its pedestal.

Who knew it was ever going to get better than Bobby Trendy?

No one.

Who is grateful and joyous now that a group of primate infants are apparently charged with making all creative decisions on set?

Drag queens. Oh, plus maybe middle America. [source]

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