Glee's Star Sarah Jessica Parker Cut From Lovelace image

Parker (Joseph Marzullo/

On the cutting room floor.

Sarah Jessica Parker (Isabelle) stepped in when Demi Moore ("The Joneses") dropped out of the biopic "Lovelace." However, according to Entertainment Weekly, her role as iconic feminist Gloria Steinem has been cut from the film.

The movie centers on actress Linda Lovelace who starred in the classic 1972 porn flick "Deep Throat." Steinem wrote a piece on Lovelace in the 80s after she became an anti-porn activist.

The film's directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman told the entertainment outlet the decision to cut Parker was a tough one, but it was necessary when they opted to end the film in 1980, years before Steinem got involved with the former porn star. Daytime alums Amanda Seyfried (ex-Joni, AMC) and James Franco (ex-Franco, GH) also star in Lovelace.

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- Lori Wilson