Comedy star Anna Faris has signed on for two new projects, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Faris will join Adam Sandler's Happy Madison label for an untitled comedy about two sisters out to land a man. The other is an adaptation of Karyn Bosnak's 2006 novel "20 Times a Lady," wherein a young woman revisits her 20 sexual partners convinced one is the man of her dreams. (Bosnak, incidentally, is best known for begging for money years ago on her Save Karyn Web site.)
Faris, 32, scored a huge hit in "The House Bunny," and had earlier connected well with audiences in films including "Lost in Translation" and the "Scary Movie" series.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun