Tera Patrick to Star in 'Faster, Pussycat'?

Bob Preston
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Although he's currently in pre-production for his war epic "Inglorious Bastards," Hollywood maestro Quentin Tarantino has hinted at a future project that may involve adult queen Tera Patrick.

The New York Post's Page Six gossip column reported today that Patrick is being considered to play the lead role in Tarantino's remake of "Faster, Pussycat, Kill! Kill!"

The bosomy Tura Santana originated the role in Russ Meyer's 1966 cult classic.

Patrick praised Tarantino and his work.

"It would be the hottest remake ever, and I'm honored to be considered," she said. "I was built for this part."

Rumors about a Tarantino-helmed "Faster, Pussycat" first popped up online near the beginning of this year, with gossip columnist Liz Smith reporting in "Variety" that Tarantino had cast Kim Kardashian, Eva Mendes and Britney Spears in the three female leads.

Since then, though, talk about a "Faster, Pussycat" remake has been replaced with quiet rustlings about Tarantino's current project, "Inglorious Bastards."

Representatives for Tera Patrick were not available for comment as of post time.

A representative from Tarantino's camp declined to comment.