Stephen Dorff (Blade, Public Enemies) has reportedly joined the cast of Born to Be A Star a comedy movie based on the porn industry.
Already on board are Christina Ricci and Nick Swardson. The screenplay was written by Adam Sandler.
The story centers on a small-town Midwestern nerd (Nick Swardson) who discovers his parents were famous porn stars. Christina Ricci has already signed on to play Swardson’s girlfriend. Dorff will play “Dick Shadow,” a legendary porn star.
Well, not really, but I got your attention, didn’t I?
Christina Ricci, who some love and some totally hate, has been cast in a new comedy co-written by Adam Sandler, and directed by Tom Brady. (No, not that Tom Brady.)
The film revolves around a dork who happens upon a family secret: His quiet and conservative parents were famous porn stars in the 1970s. As a result, he leaves Northern Iowa for Hollywood, hoping to follow in their footsteps and fulfill his destiny as the biggest adult-film star in the world.
Christina Ricci will play the dork’s girlfriend, and follow him to Hollywood while he tries to become a porn star.
Good evening, ladies and gentleman, and welcome to the start of a new month! Now, we haven’t quite left February behind. There were a handful of films that sped in to theaters! I made my own predictions of how they would do, and now it’s time to pay the piper!
You’re now about to enjoy this week’s installment of DIB?! Did I pull it off?
Chicago 10(Limited Release): Those of you who lived through or were unaware of the anti-Vietnam War protests at the Democratic National Convention in 1968 are in for the long haul with this film. Not only that, but you also get the recreation of the trial of the men that were blamed for the whole kit and caboodle. Will It Bomb? This is a very important voting year, so that will propel the revenue. It’ll bring in a modest amount of dough. Did It Bomb? Shown in less than 15 theaters, this brought in a bit over $44,800. Not bad! Outcome: Mezza-mezza. ½ out of 5
Hello, kids! Today is February 29th! A rarity, since it only comes around every four years! How great is it that it falls on a Friday? That’s just in time for the weekend rush. What films are lucky enough to be released and hopefully find success on this Leap Year? Scroll on down and check it out!
Welcome to this week’s edition of WIB?!
Chicago 10(Limited Release): The US was embroiled in a hotbed of controversy with the anti-Vietnam War protests at the 1968 Democratic Convention. This film focuses on and revisits the subsequent trial of a handful of men who had all fingers pointed at them for allegedly fueling the fire. Will It Bomb? Considering this is a voting year, many of those who are politically minded will attend a screening. I think it’ll bring in a modest amount of money, since it’s in Limited Release.