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'Middle Men' Clip Delves Into Porn Business

July 31, 2010 (8:04 am) GMT
Genius but troubled Wayne and Buck are figuring out how people who view their porn sites will be able to pay.
'Middle Men' Clip Delves Into Porn Business

With the release date approaching, "" has clipped a scene from the movie and shared it for a quick look at the drama comedy. 's unkempt Wayne Beering is having an argument with 's Buck Dolby over payment over the internet and credit card for their newly-established porn business.

These two characters are actually not the centric character. 's Jack Harris has a faithful and loving wife, two beautiful children, and a successful career fixing companies. When an associate calls him about an opportunity to help turn around a business that has fallen into trouble, he decides to take the job. Little does he know, it is a decision that will change his life in ways he never expected.

Wayne and Buck are two genius but troubled men who have invented a way to sell adult entertainment over the internet. The plan was brilliant but the execution wasn't. They were making money hand-over-fist and losing it just as fast. Seeing the potential, Jack agrees to partner with Buck and Wayne, devising a way to bill the entertainment through a third party, taking the guilt out of the ultimate guilty pleasure.

"Middle Men" will be released in U.S. theaters on August 6. A red carpet premiere will be held in Los Angeles on Tuesday, August 3 at 4:30 P.M.



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