Producers wanted a buxom bombshell blonde to play the role of the 21 year old University of North Carolina student body president Eve Carson in the upcoming suspense thriller Little Blonde Riding Hood Dead, but didn’t dream they’d be able to pull the robust and full figured Duke’s of Hazzard star Jessica Simpson.
“With Jessica Simpson in the role of Eve Carson and Lorenz Tate (Menace to Society) in the role of her alleged lover, robber and killer Lawrence Lovette, we’ll exceed our casting expectations,” said the movie’s executive producer Dwevlin Gouldman.
Set with a release date of May 2009, Little Blonde Riding Hood Dead, is the story of Carson’s death as told from the perspective of her alleged killers.
“Our approach is unique in this sense because we’re affording the public to finally see their darker and unspoken desires. But, according to our marketing research, more of this is what the public wants.
Fanning the flames of controversy, the movie will focus on an alleged love triangle between the supposed victim and her assailants and suggest that on the night of her death, as opposed to a break in at her apartment, she (Carson) invited the two troubled young men over.
“Our approach in Little Blonde Riding Hood Dead is based on information obtained in independent investigations. We’re focusing our attention on capturing interracial relationship and the role play black on white sexual innuendo themes that the State’s investigation may ignore and or not want to deal with.
Popular version of death: The murder of Eve Carson took place on the morning of March 5, 2008, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States. The victim was Eve Marie Carson, a student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Demario James Atwater, a 21-year-old resident of Durham, North Carolina has been charged with her murder. A second suspect, 17-year-old Laurence Alvin Lovette Jr., was taken into custody early morning March 13, 2008. Lovette was later also connected by investigators to the January murder of 29-year-old Duke University engineering student Abhijit Mahato.
“In their prospective settings, both Eve Carson and Lawrence Lovette were extremely popular. What Eve was academically, Lawrence was on the streets. We’re going to show the magnetism that pulled these two together.”