Mom star Anna Faris is the latest celeb to have signed a deal to write her memoirs.
Unqualified will take inspiration from her podcast where listeners have the opportunity to seek “not-so-great relationship advice from completely unqualified Hollywood types.”
According to the publishers, the book will offer Faris another outlet to share her insight about “how to navigate the bizarre, chaotic, and worthwhile adventure of finding love.”
It will look back to Faris’s time in Washington as a self-described drama club “dork,” and her early days in Hollywood and her breakout on 2000’s Scary Movie.
There’ll also be details of her failed romances before she met and married Chris Pratt. He will write the foreword to the book.
“After years of telling people I don’t know what I’m talking about concerning a whole host of topics, it is deeply gratifying to learn that Dutton [her publisher] whole-heartedly agrees,” Faris said in a press release. “I could not be more excited to get my stories — on love, relationships, and courtship — to the people who not only buy books, but then actually read those books. Namaste.”
No release date has been announced.