Anna Faris, star of everyone’s favorite guilty-pleasure comedies like House Bunny, The Hot Chick and the Scary Movie franchise, is writing a memoir in which she will impart all the wisdom she’s garnered from her film career.
Per Entertainment Weekly, the book will be titled Unqualified, and will based on the advice that Faris shares on her comedic podcast, Anna Faris is Unqualified. It will chronicle her ascent from awkward teen to movie star, and yes, will include tales about her romance with husband Chris Pratt. Pratt has even signed on to write the foreward of the book, as if their relationship wasn’t adorable enough already.
The book is being published by Dutton, the company responsible for other celebrity memoirs like Rainn Wilson’s The Bassoon King, Drew Barrymore’s Wildflower and Nick Offerman’s Gumption and Paddle Your Own Canoe. A release date has yet to be set for Faris’ Unqualified.
Said Faris on the memoir:
After years of telling people I don’t know what I’m talking about concerning a whole host of topics, it is deeply gratifying to learn that Dutton wholeheartedly agrees. I could not be more excited to get my stories—on love, relationships and courtship—to the people who not only buy books, but then actually read those books. Namaste.
The book is sure to be full of golden nuggets of experience from the veteran actress. After all, she is 59 in Bunny years.