Nadya Suleman Playing Pregnant Woman in Her First Film

October 08, 2011 17:45:34 GMT

Joining 'Millennium', the Octomom is to take the lead role in the horror flick as a filmmaker impregnated by a she-demon.

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In her first movie venture, Octomom Nadya Suleman would be in a role she does best in real-life, a pregnant woman. The mother of 14 is to star in a low-budget horror movie called "Millennium" as a woman impregnated by a demon.

Named Vanessa, Suleman's character is to visit a haunted house with her friend Brad and his date Jessica. Vanessa is a documentary filmmaker making a film about folklore. The plot, according to Daily Mail is, "Her best friend Brad was meant to help her, but he instead decides to go on a date with new love Jessica, who he met online."

"His new girlfriend persuades Vanessa to join him by telling her the house is haunted and would be a good subject for her film, but it turns out she has been lured into a trap and she is a creature from Hell." The movie will reveal how she was impregnated by a female demon.

"I feel very fortunate to have been given this opportunity to star in this horror film," she told Daily Mail. "There are very similar characteristics between my character Vanessa and myself which has made it easier to prepare for my role. I love horror films and hope to have more opportunities in the future."

But her real reason of entering the movie industry is perhaps money. She would be eligible to Screen Actors Guild's health benefits, her manager said.

Pic is produced by Fubot whose credit is "Buried Alive". Kevin Clark is directing the movie which will have limited theatrical run and DVD release.


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posted by Pronto on Jun 24, 2012
I really like it!
posted by FrenchDip on Oct 20, 2011
Talk about typecasting--imagine that. The Octomom in a whore-or movie!
posted by Kit Kat on Oct 16, 2011
Oh look it's the demon herself.... She really needs to do something with that face!
posted by Gio on Oct 15, 2011
Wow, enlarge the picture! She has been photoshopped the hell out of in "good" pics! She looks over 40 but is playing a young woman? No way. I'll do just about anyone but I wouldn't do THAT! ick
posted by Jenna on Oct 10, 2011
Think of the savings for the producers. They won't have to spend money on make-up and special effects because she's already horrifying to look at.
posted by TeamNadya on Oct 10, 2011
Is the movie dirty? Though I don't know why they would have a woman who looks middle aged as the "star".
posted by Barbwire on Oct 08, 2011
This is not a union film-even indi films have requirements of hours to be eligible for any health ins.Doubt this flash in the pan counts.

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