Farrah Abraham Wants This Sexy Celeb to Play Her Erotic Novel’s Lead Character in a Movie

Just when you thought Farrah Abraham’s done it all -- from pregnant teen, reality TV, porn star, pop star, sex toy model, and New York Times bestseller -- well, she's full of surprises.

The 22-year-old mom wants to give us all more Backdoor inspiration, only this time it's semi-fictional and you won't actually see her backdoor. Farrah is trying her hand at writing erotic novels that are... wait for it... based on her sex tape that’s not a porno.

In fact, Farrah told Celebuzz she’s taking this new vocational venture so seriously that she’s already casted the movie’s lead character and why Anastasia Steele’s got nothing on Fallon Opal.

She also reveals how she gets turned on penning those steamy sex scenes and opens up about one of her most infamous comments that she’ll never take back.

The press release for Celebrity Sex Tape: In The Making compares your first foray into erotic writing to the literary sensation Fifty Shades of Grey. How does your book compare?

I have to say I think overall my book will have better sex scenes and also a more compelling story.

E.L. James’ bestseller has been made into a movie. What do you think about Fallon Opal coming to the big screen?

I would love for it to actually just stay in a book. Because a lot of stories I have read that are turned into movies aren’t as good or portrayed as well. So I really enjoy reading and I enjoy making stories so that they’re more compelling while you’re reading it.

If it were turned into a movie, which I think would also be awesome in its own sense, I just know I would have Jessica Alba play Fallon Opal.

Really. Why Jessica?

I think she’s very relatable to myself and Fallon Opal, and I think she’s had a very good career and I would trust her playing that part.

Okay. What's your dream cast?

Jessica Alba would be Fallon Opal. And I think the other characters would have to go through casting. I think she just has a lot of characteristics that Fallon Opal [has]… some of the descriptions in the book and some of the characters Jessica Alba has played in the past relate to where Fallon Opal is and what she’s going through. I know I personally altered my hair and changed some things for the photo shoot.

You’ve written the bestselling memoir, My Teenage Dream Ended. So why the leap to erotic novels?

I think it came naturally. My first experience from writing my memoir that I did with MTV in relation to 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom, I was going through a lot of counseling and therapy at that time. And, again, I found myself having a lot of work done on myself and I thought I should share this experience. And I thought what better way to work with somebody as a publisher who is ran by women and help explore sexuality in a healthy way, write about it and also grow as an author and fictionalize stories.

The trilogy is loosely based on your life and your sex tape.

It’s based off my true experiences, but it’s not really about a lot of the things that are relevant that I really had to go through for legal reasons. These are more fictionalized stories, but with the same meanings as I’ve learned through my experience.

Going from writing a biography to erotic novels must be a 180-degree shift when you’re trying to immerse yourself in the writing process. So, every guy wants to know -- how do you get in the mood?

This is very hot and heavy. There’s a lot of heavy story work in the writing, but then it’s very hot and sexual when you’re writing it. In all honesty, it has been very hard for me to write the sexual scenes because it turns your mind on and it’s very hard to finish.

Can you elaborate?

I mean, I don’t want to say too much. It’s very important for me to have a very awesome and authentic storyline because that’s me as a writer. But then it’s very important to me as a 22-year-old to be realistic about sex scenes and the true vulnerability and exploring sexuality. If I’m having all the thoughts and fantasies and also taking true life experiences and I’m twisting that all together, sometimes that turns people on in the writing.

How about sexual research?

The only research I really do… if we’re talking about research on the computer, I’m like ‘am I using the right sexual word?’ So people don’t get confused. I mean, there’s equally -- among my friends and people I’ve run into and me -- I think we’ve had enough sexual experiences for a lifetime so we’re sharing some of them.

How did you come up with ‘Fallon Opal’ as your protagonist’s name?

The names just came to my mind and I was pretty much set on all the names in the book already and ran it by my friends and the publisher really just let me go with what I knew and felt was right. So for me to have feedback from my friends and they said ‘we really like those names and they’re interesting,’ I kept them as they were.

There‘s not really one person who’s based off of anyone. I just wanted the characters to be compelling and those people can relate to. And I think everything from talking about past romances to current romances to future sexual experiences that Fallon Opal talks about is relatable to anyone and everyone.

And I think we only added the 'Celebrity Sex Tape' aspect because personally in my life things got blown so much out of proportion and it became popular and I became famous and those type of things, so I wanted to incorporate that so others could live vicariously through Fallon and... I don’t know... be very compelled because she’s so much like everyone else.

I read that the book is going to dispel misconceptions about the porn industry. What do you mean?

So basically, everybody throws adult entertainment industry in one group and don’t really separate things when there are all these different parts to it. And that’s what Fallon talks about to her friends…. Hashing out all the differences and showing different sexual experiences, different ways they can go personally in their sexual experiences. There’s a lot of discovery that Fallon is doing and I think it will allow others to discover the true meaning of the adult entertainment industry.

You have openly said the sex tape “ruined” your life. But you seem to be doing pretty well. What do you say to people who think you're now capitalizing on its success? Do you regret saying it?

No, I don’t ever regret saying that. For me to overcome something and then be smart about my future actions moving forward, that’s something different than what action I took in my past that was trying to ruin my life. So that is very serious and that’s how I feel and I am moving on from that. And if I am doing better, then I hope others support me in doing better and moving away from what I was around then.

 

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  • Kelly Sky
    Kelly Sky

    Farah you are a SKANK! you should be ashamed of yourself and I feel so bad for your daughter that will be the one suffering in a few years because of your behavior! you are disgusting!!!!!!