Montag is infamous for dramatically enhancing her breast to side DD, in addition to more than two dozen other body-shaping plastic surgery procedures.
But Director Rob Marshall reportedly sent out the memo to Los Angeles casting agents informing them that he is only looking for actresses with “natural curves.”
They must be between five feet seven and eight inches tall, size 4 or 6 and between the ages of 18 and 25, according to the U.K.’s Daily Record.
The directive reportedly adds: “Must have a lean dancer body. Must have real breasts. Do not submit if you have implants.”
The reason is because the movie, ” Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” will film a sequence in Hawaii that will be packed with beautiful island natives.
In the last movie, women with enhanced breasts were accepted to play busty bar maids and prostitutes in several scenes.
“In the last movie there were enhanced breasts to give that 18th-century whoreish look and men were pretty well padded to and no one worried,” said a former casting agent told the Record.
While some may think Keira Knightley, who is famously and proudly small chested, might be behind the move, actually she won’t even be in the film. The lead female role is going to Penelope Cruz, who is naturally endowed with shapely breasts.
In the past, Knightley has been critical of efforts by directors to enhance her breast size. In the Pirates movies, she said her cleavage was “painted in” to make her look bustier.
Stylists also used her bodice to shrink her waist pushed her breasts “up and out” to make them look fuller.
She was took umbrage when her breasts were enhanced in a publicity poster for the movie “King Arthur.”
Marshall apparently serious about his edict. He warned that actresses would be examined to make sure their breasts are real and spectacular.