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'Jennifer's Body' Now With Less of Megan's Body

And just like that, there's not much or a reason to see Jennifer's Body. Earlier this year, the world was beside itself at the appearance of some shots of the lovely Megan Fox emerging from some lake in Minnesota, covered only by a couple pasties. It was revealing enough, I suppose, at least for a picture from a movie set, even if it didn't show everything.

And those pictures, apparenly, are as close as we're going to get. FilmGecko says that the Movie Scene to End All Movie Scenes has been cut from the final version of the film, which will be in theaters in September. Don't shoot the messenger.

This could mean one of two things: Either the demon cannibal cheerleader flick is good enough to stand on its own with nudity - which is a bit like saying a hot dog can stand on its own without mustard - or that the producers and director Karyn Kusama may have had an attack of conscience.

So now, we're officially shifting Jennifer's Body to a must-see to some cannibal comedy written by Diablo Cody. Yeah. So we're certain it will contain a truckload of post-ironic, idiosyncratic dialogue...but no skin.

Damn. We lose.


Reader Comments (4)

Worse yet, this could be a sign that they are aiming for the dreaded PG13 rating.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterMRPigg

Of course the PG-13 rating means the studio is only concerned about appealing to teens. But that makes sense. This concept is not something that would appeal to adults, Fox or no Fox.

Thursday, January 1, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Luma

Hopefully they will include the deleted scenes in the DVD which will be available October 2009.

Thursday, January 1, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterKC

That SUCKS! They just cut the potential audience by 90%. Now this thing will be even worse than Aeon Flux.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJack King

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