But What She Really Wants To Do Is Direct!

February 15, 2010 / Posted by:

Vadge is practically an English film director since she sucked the life out of one for all those years, so she’s the obvious choice to direct a movie about the affair between King Edward VIII and American socialite Wallis Simpson. And she’s also a good choice because her arms look like they battled the Serbs in World War I.

Variety says that noted historian of the British monarchy Vadge will write and direct the biopic titled W.E. Alek Keshishian who directed Vadge’s Truth or Dare will help her write the script. If Vadge’s screenwriting style is anything like her songwriting style, then expect every other word to rhyme.

W.E. will tell the story of King Edddie VIII who left the throne only months into his reign in order to marry twice-divorced Wallis. The two became the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and lived a life of leisure as socialites.

Vera Farmiga of Up in the Air and Orphan is considering taking the role of Wallis Simpson.

This will be Vadge’s second time yelling at actors through a blow horn. Her first movie, Filth & Wisdom, premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 2008.

This sounds like a mess in the making, but as long as Vadge doesn’t spread her acting skills over it, it shouldn’t be too painful. Although, don’t be surprised if she has to step into the role of Wallis Simpson at the last minute when Vera mysteriously gets attacked by a muscly, hairless creature (SPOILER ALERT: Vadge’s vag) in her sleep.

And here’s Vadge at the Brahma beer box in Rio with Gerard Butler (whose complexion is starting to resemble a scratched-at genital wart), Rodrigo Santoro and Baby Jesus.

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