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  • Samantha James
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  • Samantha James was the main antagonist of the 2005 romantic comedy Just Friends. She was portrayed by Anna Faris. Samantha is a sexy and successful, but highly untalented and unintelligent pop singer/songwriter who also plays guitar. Her only praised success is her work as a model, an occupation she excels in due to her sex appeal. Her guitar playing is passable at best, she is able to write her own songs which are relatively good and in almost all of her modeling photos she is either at least half naked or wearing very tight clothes. While not exactly evil, she is extremely selfish, vain, spoiled, and obnoxious. The only thing she is interested in is becoming a rich and famous artist and seducing her producer, Chris Brander, the film's protagonist, on whom she has a possessive and demandi
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type of villain
  • Extravagant Villainess
Goals
  • To become a rich and famous singer/songwriter.
  • To become a successful and famous model.
Origin
  • Just Friends
Skills
  • Guitar playing
  • Raw sexual magnetism
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Alias
  • None
Hobby
  • Keeping her crush Chris in plain sight.
  • Playing her guitar and singing.
Occupation
  • Musician
  • Model
  • Songwriter
Fullname
  • Samantha James
Size
  • 300
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  • Samantha James was the main antagonist of the 2005 romantic comedy Just Friends. She was portrayed by Anna Faris. Samantha is a sexy and successful, but highly untalented and unintelligent pop singer/songwriter who also plays guitar. Her only praised success is her work as a model, an occupation she excels in due to her sex appeal. Her guitar playing is passable at best, she is able to write her own songs which are relatively good and in almost all of her modeling photos she is either at least half naked or wearing very tight clothes. While not exactly evil, she is extremely selfish, vain, spoiled, and obnoxious. The only thing she is interested in is becoming a rich and famous artist and seducing her producer, Chris Brander, the film's protagonist, on whom she has a possessive and demanding crush. Typical for a rom-com villain, she is also funny and accident prone.