Anna Faris may only be playing a Playboy model in “The House Bunny,” but Hugh Hefner himself still made sure she measured up.
“Hef just stared at my chest,” she told Access Hollywood at the film’s premiere on Wednesday in Los Angeles.
The magazine head honcho has a cameo in the movie, which tells the story of an aging Bunny who’s forced to leave the Playboy Mansion and joins a dorky sorority as the new house mom.
The comedy is the first female-fronted film for Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison production house. Anna pitched the idea herself.
“Adam loved it right away. I mean, when Adam Sandler loves something, it gets made,” she said.
And as for life at the Mansion, Anna joked that rumors that its famous parties were on the way out were true – thanks to a future “House Bunny” bash.
”It’s gonna be so great that it will be the final party,” Anna said. “After this one, maybe he just won’t be able to.”
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