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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