''The Bachelorette Party'' is a raucous, entertaining romp through a scandalous all-night premarital bash

By EW Staff
Updated June 17, 2005 at 04:00 AM EDT

Age 38

Mustworthiness The scriptwriter of girly fare like Legally Blonde, Lutz makes her first foray into fiction with The Bachelorette Party — a raucous, entertaining romp that takes place almost entirely during a scandalous all-night premarital bash and proves that chick lit isn’t just simpering single gals seeking hearts and flowers.

On Her Must List Carrie Fisher. ”Reading her early novels is what inspired me to actually write one.”

Member Only Lutz’s inspiration? ”A big stuffed penis left over from my sister’s bachelorette party that’s next to my computer.”

Next A second novel and the screenplay for She’s the Man — a high-school-set Twelfth Night starring Amanda Bynes — which started shooting this month.

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