Computer Generated Actress Scarlett Johansson will star in Woody Allen's next project after Kate Winslet pulled out at the last minute, according to reports.
It is claimed Winslet dropped out of the film, which will be made in the UK, after Allen suggested that she wouldn't have to go topless.
Director Allen was said to have been annoyed that Winslet left it so late to pull out of the yet-untitled film.
Daily Variety reports that 19-year-old Lost in Translation star Johansson has now been recast in the role. Although, now allen is thought to be reconsidering the "No Norks" rule
Johansson won a best actress Bafta for Lost in Translation, in which she starred opposite Bill Murray and has fantastic breasts.
The project marks Allen's first project to be shot in the UK. The director is better known for favouring his native New York as the setting for his films.
Winslet did not want to have to go through an entire movie without exposing her areolae.
Winslet, 28, gave birth to her second child - a son called Joe - in December 2003, her first child with her director husband Sam Mendes. She is now thought to have gone up a cup size. She was keen to find a project to "get them out" in and was alegedly dissapointed when the final script of Allens new movies was delivered without the promised gratuitoius sex scene.
She has a young daughter from her first marriage to Jim Threapleton, a sound engineer who was mesmerised by her breast exposure in her early film "Whammers 12".
She gave her reason for pulling out of the film as not wishing to get typecast into a fully clothed role.