Jenna Jameson Looks to Make Horror Movies

Uber-famous adult film vixen Jenna Jameson has taken the big leap into the world of horror movies. Currently, she can be seen in mainstream theaters in the limited release of the horror-comedy Zombie Strippers.

During a recent interview with FSR, Jameson professed her undying (or rather undead) love for the horror genre. After the limited run success of Zombie Strippers, she is signed on for two more horror films through Sony – Sick, which she describes as “a thriller/horror movie” and another comedy-horror flick called Horrorween.

Recently, Jameson has sworn off appearing in adult films. However, her company ClubJenna still produces and distributes adult products. However, she is eager to break into mainstream films, especially the scary ones.

“I love horror movies so much. That’s definitely the route I want to take,” Jameson told FSR. “I would love to be a scream queen. I’m not trying to be Julia Roberts.”

Now, Jameson is eyeing a producer’s role in horror movies, along with her boyfriend, UFC fighter Tito Oritz. “We were just talking about producing a horror movie,” she said. “We own a house up here in Big Bear. The place is so perfect to shoot a horror movie.”

When pressed for a timeframe, Jameson was vague. “As soon as I get time off my schedule and time off his fighting schedule, we’re definitely going to do it.”

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