Following a long tradition of movie titles based on songs, the previously named House Bunny is now called I Know What Boys Like. And yeah, it's a good bet we'll be hearing the hit tune by The Waitresses in it, probably during the opening credits. Maybe a second time, too. Personally, I prefer for studios to exclusively attach song titles to biopics, but this time I find the new name so much better than the old, that I don't mind. Anyway, the comedy, starring Anna Faris as a former Playboy Bunny, has begun filming in Los Angeles. Recently some hot photos of Faris from the set hit the web, and before that we heard about the rest of the cast, which includes children to the stars Colin Hanks and Rumer Wilson Willis -- get Dakota Johnson and we've got "Spawn of the Bonfire of the Vanities" here -- and real-life Bunnies Holly Madison, Bridget Marquardt and Kendra Wilkinson.

Written by Legally Blonde scribes Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith, I Know What Boys Like follows Faris' ex-Bunny as she gets kicked out of the Playboy Mansion and is taken in by a Sorority comprised of "socially clueless" girls who are about to lose their housing. Guessing by the new title, Faris' character will teach these young women what boys like, how to attract them and other valuable bits of information for females with only a concern for acquiring a husband. But I'm sure the girls also help their new sexy sister learn about more practical things, which don't involve looking like a Playmate. Since the movie has just begun production, it should be at least a year before it hits theaters, giving us plenty of time to forget the similar story of Sydney White, the Amanda Bynes vehicle opening in a few weeks. Of course, the upcoming college comedy is about a hot girl living in a Frat House full of dorks, after she's kicked out of a Sorority, so I guess they aren't too similar.
CATEGORIES Sony, Cinematical