On his way to the premiere of his latest action movie, "Slow Torture", producer Peter Dragon accidentally picks up a hooker, Wendy Ward. Afterwards it becomes clear that the film is a disaster and Wendy is the only one who honestly tells Peter what's wrong with it. So, he takes her in and asks her to read a pile of scripts he has just purchased. She picks out the only good one: "Beverly Hills Gunclub".
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Did You Know?
In Chris Thompson
's first draft, the "Slow Torture" premiere was to be much more star studded: Kurt Russell
was tentatively written in as the star of Peter Dragon's picture (Goldie Hawn
was referenced in dialog). For the female lead, Thompson wanted a (at the time) recent mother like Uma Thurman
or Jada Pinkett Smith
who would then get into a discussion about breast feeding with Dragon. Instead of Keanu Reeves
, Arnold Schwarzenegger
was to be fondled in the theater by Wendy Ward and afterward Matt Damon
and Cameron Diaz
were to criticize the film, leading Wendy to put down Diaz by mentioning her famous Jiz in her hair scene. See more
[At Bobby G's beach front Christmas party
Hi, it's me, Adam Rafkin. Merry Christmas. This is funny that we're running into each other like this. What did you think of my script. Did you...?
Rafkin, I'm trying to celebrate the birth of Christ with my family, and... hundreds of beautiful, young, gay men. How dare you come here on the holiest of days and crap on our Christmas with talk of show business?
[Stuart walks up in a speedo
Stuart, what are you doing here?
I have a *life.*
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