I really love watching Anna Faris onscreen. I may not have liked House Bunny as a movie, but I was completely charmed by Faris and I would love to see her carry more films that perhaps showcase her talents even more. So — today there's good news for Faris and all of her devotees: She's got two more projects coming down the pipeline.
One is a romantic comedy adapted from Karyn Bosnak's novel 20 Times a Lady. The story follows "a woman who goes on a trek through her sexual past in an effort to find Mr. Right, exploring the idea of a person's sexual quota and whether those numbers matter."
The other is an untitled pitch from Faris herself, along with Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith, and is described as "a female buddy comedy following two estranged sisters who team up to land a husband." Paramount picked up the project and Happy Madison will also produce.
Who do you think should play her sister? And are you as psyched as I am to see Faris in more starring roles?