Samara Weaving pursues her deadly hide-and-seek game of “Ready or Not” by showing off a different side of the Playboy Mansion. Deadline reports “SMILF” graduate was signed to illustrate “Down the Rabbit Hole”, adapted from Sony Pictures Television for Holly Madison’s best-selling memoir.
Published in 2015, titled “Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Previous Playboy Bunny” appears behind the Playboy brand’s polished facade to depict deep, often extremely harmful stories of women who walk in after a dream and are found being manipulated And controlling and mistreating them by the machine. “
Madison, who starred in E! The project’s executive producers include the reality TV programs “The Girls Next Door” and “Holly’s World”. The model, writer, and television personality was in a relationship with the late Playboy founder Hugh Hefner from 2001-2008.
Women would come up to me and say, ‘Don’t you miss the palace? Or, “I’m sorry he didn’t marry you,” Madison told BuzzFeed in 2015. “I was like,” Can’t you see I’m doing my best alone? ” The “reborn feminist” described her feeling of suicide while staying at the Playboy Mansion, and revealed that she stuttered as a result of trying to speak as little as possible. Hefner, who described her as being verbally abusive, did not allow her to see a therapist.
Marek Hardy (“Nowhere Boys”) writes “Down the Rabbit Hole”.
Among Weaving’s latest work are “Bill & Ted Face the Music”, “Hollywood” and “The Babysitter: Killer Queen”.