By Jeffrey Epstein
�I like when guys slap their ass,� says camerawoman Misty Orman, �especially when they slap another guy�s ass. That�s the best. I love seeing what people will do, testing boundaries.� No, Misty isn�t working on a new video for Falcon. She�s talking about the making of Guys Gone Wild, the new male sibling to the multimillion-selling success story Girls Gone Wild. For the uninitiated, the Girls Gone Wild series features sexy college-age ladies showing off their private parts while at various spring break�like events around the country (and the world). But this time, as the press release says, �It�s finally the ladies� turn,� as dozens of guys bare all on three revealing new tapes: Guys Gone Wild, Guys Gone Wild: Spring Break, and Guys Gone Wild: Frat Boys.
�Since the birth of Girls Gone Wild seven years ago, people have been asking, �Why isn�t there a Guys Gone Wild?� � says Joe Francis, president and CEO of Mantra Entertainment, which produces both Girls and Guys. �While I�ve always realized there is a market for Guys Gone Wild, I just couldn�t bring myself to sit and edit footage of naked guys,� Francis says. �No offense,� he adds quickly. �Luckily, over the past year I�ve hired a team that I trust to produce, market, and distribute this product from beginning to end.�
To get all the gay scoop on Guys Gone Wild pick up the August issue of Out.
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