A French producer wants Britney Spears to play a teen woman who gives birth to Jesus, in a new satire called Sweet Baby Jesus. The producer says the film will start shooting in March and Britney is reviewing the script, according to the latest issue of Us Weekly:
“Spears, 26, would play a pregnant 19-year-old unsure of her baby’s paternity who goes into labor on Christmas Eve in Bethlehem, Maryland, as rumors swirl that the birth is Jesus Christ’s second coming….”I had to convince my partners, because they were like, ‘Oh, no. Britney?’ But I thought it was brilliant.”
The producer told the magazine that Spears was “reviewing the script.”
In terms of the producer’s goals, his strategic moves are brilliant because he will get so much controversial publicity and probably a lot of flack and attempts by the Catholic Church to boycott the film which, of course, will probably just make the film a big hit –the same way that The Catholic Church’s attack on the DaVinci Code made it an even greater success.
As far as Britney is concerned, her real life persona would definitely match perfectly the character the film’s producer has described that she would be playing – a suffering, lost soul…
Whether Britney would be dependable, reliable and even physically and mentally healthy enough to make the film is truly questionable. It seems that Britney is also trying to emulate and follow in the footsteps of her idol, Madonna, who also entered the acting world and tried to rock the Catholic Church with her controversial behavior and stage performances.
Final Word: Britney would be better to read the script of her own childhood, broken relationships, inability to mother her children and deep pain that she is so desperately trying to escape.
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