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She plays a kinky dominatrix involved in ingenious and hazardous sex with an aging millionaire who has a bad heart.
He dies after an evening's entertainment, and Madonna is charged with his murder.
“Body of Evidence” centers on an archaeologist and a U. attorney find themselves on a globe-spanning chase full of political intrigue and legal drama.
“We see, in this extraordinary novel, an entertaining, wild ride of passion and courage,” Kjenaas said.
The company is also producing the one-woman stage show “24 Hours with Mary Lynn Rajskub.” Grant is repped by Elizabeth Winick Rubinstein at Mc Intosh & Otis, Inc.
The project is not related to MGM’s 1993 erotic thriller of the same name, which starred Madonna and Willem Dafoe.
“Say hey to Madonna for me,” the driver yells cheerily as the gates swing, open on to a driveway flanked by a tall, straight avenue of palm trees leading up to a fountain lit up in the night air.
Willem Dafoe plays the defense attorney who firmly believes Madonna is innocent, or in any event very sexy, and Joe Mantegna has the Hamilton Burger role. - a city small enough, Madonna volunteers from the witness stand, that she once dated a guy who dated a girl who dated Mantegna.
An erotic thriller that's strangely unerotic and devoid of thrills, this is, however, mercifully short at 100 minutes.
Nancy Cartwright’s Spotted Cow Entertainment has acquired worldwide motion picture and television rights to Rachel Grant’s thriller novel “Body of Evidence.” The film will be produced by Cartwright, alongside fellow Spotted Cow executives Peter Kjenaas and Monica Gil, and is currently out to writers to adapt. Cartwright, best known as the voice of Bart Simpson on “The Simpsons,” launched Spotted Cow as a film/television finance and production company at Berlin.
Born Madonna Louise Ciccone, the self-proclaimed “Queen of Pop” has been making music since her debut album dropped in 1983.
Since then, she’s released 12 studio albums and has been named the top touring female artist of all time by Billboard.
After a bout of strenuous sex involving bondage and nipple clamps, he winds up dead from a cardiac arrest, leaving district attorney Joe Mantegna to bring in Madonna for her lover's murder, claiming she, er, fornicated him to death - "she's the murder weapon" - aided by a dash of cocaine in his nasal spray, for the $8 million she's set to inherit in his will.