Jenna Jameson Lands Mainstream Movie

Jenna Jameson Lands Mainstream Movie
Tod Hunter
LOS ANGELES — Retired adult performer Jenna Jameson has been cast to play herself in a new mainstream movie, "How to Make Love to a Woman," which is currently in production in Los Angeles.

The feature debut of music video director Scott Culver, the film has Jameson advising a music executive, played by Josh Meyers, with no idea how to satisfy his girlfriend, played by Krysten Ritter. The executive starts looking for advice from his musician friends and Jameson when the girlfriend's childhood friend, played by Ian Somerhalder, enters the picture.

The film also features Eugene Byrd and Lindsay Richards, with appearances by members of the bands Yellowcard, the Red Jumpsuit and Apparatus, Hellogoodbye.

"How to Make Love to a Woman" was written by Dennis Kao. Adam Lawson and Sheri Bryant are producing through I Lied About Everything Pictures.

Jameson has appeared in other mainstream films, including a recent name-above-the-title role in the independent film "Zombie Strippers!" She also appeared in the 1997 Howard Stern film "Private Parts."

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