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Gay Porn Studio CockyBoys Cuts A Feature-Length Film For This Year’s QFest

BGk1fEtCAAAaV1z-1Whoever said porn stars can’t act?

Hardcore powerhouse CockyBoys [link NSFW] is so confident that their boys can act, site owner Jake Jaxson has announced that he’ll be cutting a special 82-minute version of his latest feature-length XXX flick, RoadStrip, to air at this year’s QFest in Philadelphia.

Unfortunately, that means he’ll be zapping all the steamy sex fun out of it first. You didn’t think they’d allow peen in Theater 2 between a family drama and a documentary about babies, did you?

Following the success of CB’s previous feature-length films Project Go-Go Boy and The Haunting, RoadStrip received rave reviews across the web and will be the first of Jaxson’s CockyBoys creations to make it to the silver screen. The film follows Max Ryder and Jake Bass on a road trip across America, capturing highly personal interviews and the adventures of two little dudes making a big splash in the industry.

More about the film:

RoadStrip follows CockyBoys models Max Ryder and Jake Bass as they travel across this great land of ours from New York to Palm Springs in a rented RV. We soon see what happens when cameras are on them 24/7 and the line between reality and fantasy becomes increasingly blurred. It also heralds an entirely new genre in gay filmmaking. Having just launched their careers, the two adorable young ‘uns had barely shaken the eggshells from their tender shoulders when their prior film Project Gogo Boy took the gay adult world by storm, racking up a mountain of awards and instantly catapulting both models and studio to the forefront of the industry.

If that doesn’t sound enticing enough, Jaxson will be at the premiere event with Max, Jax, Levi Karter and Ricky Roman to participate in a panel moderated by Paper Magazine‘s Mickey Boardman! And if that doesn’t sound like the gayest event ever, we have no clue what is.

RoadStrip will premeire at this year’s QFest on Saturday, July 20 at 9:30pm at Ritz East Theater 2. You can purchase tickets here. (And don’t worry, the trailer below is totally safe for work!)

By:           Matthew Tharrett
On:           Jun 29, 2013
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  • 1 Comment
    • GiapMatt
      GiapMatt

      I hope it it find an easy reception. Our culture needs to loosen up so we expand our cinematic art to take hot sex, with slick dialogue, a smooth blend of comedy with tragedy, and beautifully shot scenes of gay men in their natural evironments. Who knows, maybe it could lead to a series of documentaries on the discovery channel.

      Jul 3, 2013 at 4:32 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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