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May 24, 2006

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I always struggle when discussing the fact that I work in porn. Some people just don’t know how to take it while others are outright against it. I usually fall back on the fact that porn is everywhere. It’s an industry that brought in around $13-billion last year. Theatres brought in around $9-billion. Porn is so prevalent in our society that it’s practically mainstream. The industry is in a constant state of change and society becomes more accepting of it day by day. This is what occurred to me when I heard the news about the Digital Playground/Adam & Eve blockbuster, Pirates.

In case you missed it, Pirates is the most expensive porn movie ever made. It was shot on high def cameras and involved shoots along the Florida and California costs. There was even a script! I’m not talking about the cheesy smut yaps of old--I mean a real script! It took home a large number of awards at the 2005 AVN show, thus cementing its place in the annals of the industry.

Where this takes off is that they have cut a new version of the movie—and it’s set for an R rating! Take a minute. Let this sink in. Yes, this means that they’ll be cutting out the hardcore sex scenes! Wow! The movie runs about 129 minutes in its original form, but this new version slides in at 82 minutes. This certainly opens up markets, such as the shelves at Blockbuster and the late-night TV movie market. Porn is going mainstream. It can do it, too. As the quality of stars and production continues to improve, you’ll be seeing more of your favorite porn peeps on bigger screens near you. Jump aboard, matey! This is gonna be one hell of a ride!

Posted by Wolf at May 24, 2006 9:14 AM

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I watched this movie and it rocks, but i dont think I got the full version cause i never saw any scene like the one in the pic above, and my copy is 82 mins. I have to see the whole thing.

Posted by: Avron at April 9, 2007 9:17 PM

Call me crazy, but I prefer porn remaining a less accepted form of entertainment. I understand this is a porn blog, but do people really want porn in the mainstream, everyday world? Do we really want to live in a world where the general public looks up to "celebrities" that can hardly act, and suck cock and slurp cum, then a month later gab on Jay Leno about how exciting it was working with some other big dicked-talentless hack. Our world is becoming so fucked up, when are people going to realize this?

Posted by: mike at December 30, 2007 11:25 PM

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