'Elvis XXX: A Porn Parody' to Be Released on His 76th Birthday
The bosses of top porn company Vivid Entertainment are planning to give Elvis Presley a naughty 76th birthday present on Saturday, January 8 - by releasing an adult film parody of the late rock 'n' roller's life. "Elvis XXX: A Porn Parody" is top X-rated filmmaker Axel Braun's latest movie, ahead of his induction to the Adult Video Film Hall of Fame in Las Vegas.
The film features two adult actors playing Elvis at different ages - newcomer J. Jay portrays the young Elvis, and Dale DaBone, who starred in "Braun's Batman XXX: A Porn Parody", as the 1970's Elvis. "Elvis XXX: A Porn Parody" is a fictionalized version of events that took place during the course of Elvis' life, as told by several fictitious friends/family, including an illegitimate daughter Shirley and his gay make-up artist.
Porn icon Ron Jeremy also makes an appearance as Elvis' "second cousin thrice removed", Melvis Presley. The saucy movie includes parodies of pop culture icons James Dean, Natalie Wood and Muhammad Ali, while Andy San Dimas portrays Priscilla Presley and Lexi Belle stands in as The King's Viva Las Vegas co-star Ann-Margret.
The film comes with the firm disclaimer "Elvis XXX: A Porn Parody is not sponsored or endorsed by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. or any person or entity associated with it." Elvis fans are already snapping up the saucy tribute to their hero - all pre-release copies of the DVD have been snapped ahead of the film's official release.
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