Farrah Abraham Is Starring in a New Slasher Film: Axeman 2: Overkill!
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Farrah Abraham

Farrah Abraham Is Starring in a New Slasher Film: Axeman 2: Overkill!

Your prayers have finally been answered, Teen Mom fans. Farrah Abraham and her world-famous backdoor are coming to a big screen near you! Or possibly some shady streaming site near you, either way.

This living legend has been teasing her upcoming movie role for a while now, and we're thrilled to inform you that she's booked a part in a slasher flick called Axeman 2: Overkill. The plot? "It's an 80's style horror flick with lots of humor, gory kills and fun dialog," Farrah says to Search My Trash.

"The character Fannie Rae Baker who I play is seemingly well-intended conservative evangelical do-gooder hiking through a place called Cutler’s Creek for a couple’s Christian camp where the film takes place."

So, yeah, this is basically going to be the most amazing movie of our generation, and lord knows how many Academy Awards Farrah will win.

Farrah's already getting into the nitty gritty of Fanny's character, and says she "will draw upon the overbearing beat the bible over your head mentality that others mention or think of when thinking ‘Uber Bible Thumper.'"

Farrah explains that she was drawn to the role because of its Christian values, and she's been getting ready by practicing lines in front of the mirror.

"I continue to develop my acting abilities so that now I am ready to play characters that challenge my emotions," Farrah muses. She adds that she's inspired by the likes of Jim Carrey and, and inexplicably hates popular flicks like The Hangover andNebraska. The more you know!

Is anyone else pumped to see Farrah bring Fannie Rae Baker to life in Axeman 2: Overkill? In the words of Jesse Spano, we're so excited, we're so excited, we're so...scared.

Source: Search My Trash

07.25.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Mehera Bonner
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