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The Danielle Staub Movie? Who Would Play Her?

The release of Danielle Staub‘s…ummm “video”… isn’t the only film on her mind.  There are rumors, and totally substantiated rumors I should add, that the controversial Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member has made a deal to make her recently debuted biography The Naked Truth into a movie. Supposedly in the next season of Real Housewives of New Jersey, Danielle will be busy casting and shooting her film, which she will also be producing. So here’s a question. Who do you think should play Danielle? Check out these 5 suggestions. Who would be best?

Angelina Jolie
Okay this would never happen. Never ever. Never ever ever. But how much would Danielle love that?!? And you know Angelina would be able to play psycho pretty well, hey she won an Oscar for her crazy girl role in Girl Interrupted.

Marisa Tomei
This would be an acting challenge for her. She usually has roles of her with a heart of gold like in My Cousin Vinny. But she’d have a great acting  challenge to channel some pretty hardcore coldness to get her Danielle on.

Drea de Matteo
She already has her Jersey down from her role on The Sopranos. Although there ain’t any physical resemblance, with some hair dye and lots of make up she may be able to pull it off.

Carla Gugino
The fresh faced Carla Gugino from Entourage, Spy Kids and Night at the Museum fame would need to toughen up her look, but she has a hidden edge in her performances that could be a good match for doing a Danielle.

Danielle Staub
And finally herself. Now this is probably who’d she really want to play her. Herself!

Photos:  Bauer Griffin/ INFPhoto

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