Well, of course. I mean, what else could you do with that mess?
Ananova - Arnie election race to become porn movie: The story of the race to become the governor of California is being turned into a porn movie. One of the candidates in the race, adult actress Mary Carey, is poised to begin shooting a sexy behind-the-scenes view of the campaign. The movie will co-star fellow hopefuls Ernie Gropenegger and the state's lieutenant governor Spooge Cruztamante, reports Sky News. The characters' names are reminiscent of those of Arnold Schwarzenegger and California's current deputy governor, Cruz Bustamante.
"It's kind of like satirical," said Mark Kulkis, president of Kickass Pictures which is producing the film. "Our attorney told us to use different names from those of the real candidates, but I guess it's pretty obvious. I think that Mr Bustamante and Mr Schwarzenegger will take it in the fun spirit in which it's intended because we're not being mean-spirited at all with this."
Carey, 23, will play herself in the movie. The two-hour picture will co-star porn star Ron Jeremy as Spooge Cruztamante and muscle-bound X-rated actor Lee Stone as Ernie Gropenegger.
You wonder what poor Cruz ever did to deserve quite that videographic fate. In any event, this just follows the recent tradition of turning absurd elections into pornographic entertainment; the 2000 election was turned into a gay video called The Florida Erection. Just imagine the fun they'll be able to have with the next California recall!
If nothing else, losing the election seems to have been quite the boon to Mary Carey's career, what with this and the CAn YOU be a Pornstar?" show
A group of 28 women will compete for a one-year contract with a major adult video distributor and a cash prize of $100,000. "It's going to be an R-rated version for pay-per-view," Silhouette Productions chief executive officer Harry Feingold told The Associated Press. "Obviously, there will be outtakes that will be hardcore," which will likely turn up on DVD release later. [...] He added that the show is designed "not just for men, but for wives and girlfriends who enjoy both reality TV and adult entertainment."
Is it, really? With 28 women and no men competing for the prize? Well, my, my. Who knew?Posted by iain at November 06, 2003 11:03 AM