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Lovelace claimed that Deep Throat (1972) made $600 million at the box office. In his review of Inside Deep Throat (2005), Roger Ebert wrote "Since the mob owned most of the porn theaters in the pre-video days and inflated box office receipts as a way of laundering income from drugs and prostitution, it is likely, in fact, that 'Deep Throat' did not really gross $600 million, although that might have been the box office tally."
In the simulated oral sex scenes, a Popsicle was used as a substitute for a penis.
Olivia Wilde was considered for the lead role, but she declined due to scheduling conflicts.
James Franco was attached to play Chuck Traynor before Peter Sarsgaard was cast.
Demi Moore was supposed to appear in a cameo as Gloria Steinem but dropped out due to health issues. Mary-Louise Parker was considered as a replacement, but Sarah Jessica Parker was cast. Parker accepted the role a week before filming ended, but her scenes did not make the final cut.
Kate Hudson was considered to play Linda Lovelace.
Lindsay Lohan was cast but had to drop out due to personal reason. Her co-star from Mean Girls, Amanda Seyfried was cast instead.
Late comedy writer, Arthur Julian, was attached to a Lovelace biopic project in 1972. It was never produced.
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Amanda Seyfried and Wes Bentley had previously worked together in the film, Gone (2012). Amanda Seyfried and Adam Brody have also previously worked together in the film, Jennifer's Body (2009).

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