Sarah Jessica Parker's Character Cut From 'Lovelace'
Reported by Outsiders - 2013.01.16
Entertainment Weekly is reporting that the character that Sarah Jessica Parker took over for Demi Moore for Lovelace has been left on the editing floor.
Parker took over Moore's role after Moore dropped out of the movie in the middle of production after she suffered unspecified health problems and was hospitalized. The character was the role of feminist icon Gloria Steinem.
The reason for Parker's character being cut is because the directors wanted the movie to end in 1984, after porn icon Linda Lovelace went back to her real name, Linda Boreman, and became an anti-porn crusader. They shot those scenes, but in editing the directors decided it would be better to end the story earlier, in the year 1980, which was before Lovelace/Boreman became affiliated with Steinem.