Jenna Jameson in New Film With Jerry Maguire Kid

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Jenna Jameson may not know what a human head weighs, but Jonathan Lipnicki does. You may remember Lipnicki as the adorable kid in Jerry Maguire who reminded folks that "a human head weighs eight pounds" at multiple points in the movie.

You may remember Jenna Jameson from ... well, you know. Jenna Jameson has had a couple of on-her-feet roles. She was in Howard Stern's movie Private Parts, basically doing what she did best back then. She was also in one episode of Sons of Anarchy. Jameson played a character credited as "PornGirl Doctor."

But perhaps Jenna Jameson's fortunes are rising. She is set to star in an honest-to-goodness drama called Limelight, written, produced by, and starring Paul Vandervort, an Abercrombie model-turned-actor.

But Jonathan Lipnicki is in the film! The Hollywood Reporter describes the film as:

"a gritty indie drama about fame, obsession and vapidness in Hollywood. The film follows a small-town, social media obsessed narcissist and his journey to Hollywood in pursuit of fame. Jameson plays a cold-blooded, high-powered publicist who manipulates the lead character Miles (Paul Vandervort) after he comes to Hollywood."

Lipnicki plays the character "Rocky, a member of Miles' assigned entourage."

Jenna Jameson caught some attention recently when she became engaged to an Israeli diamond merchant and announced that she would convert to Judaism. Jenna Jameson is embracing the faith and traditions of her Israeli fiancé Lior Bitton. Jameson's pictures of kosher meals she had prepared have gotten raves on social media, but her statements of support for Israel have embroiled her in arguments about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Jameson challenged one commenter, "Do some research then try to debate me..."

To another, she remarked, "I've never allowed others narrow minds influence my beliefs."

Previously, Jenna Jameson had professed a Catholic background. “I’m very religious,” she told Larry King in 2013. “I think that we’ve come a long way religiously. I don’t think that you have to take the Bible literally … And I love being able to teach my children what it means to just believe and have the strength of faith … I’ve always been extremely Catholic. My father was Catholic, and he brought me up that way.”

Mike Tuttle
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