December 13, 2004 09:37pm
Miss Brittany Andrews Reigns Over January Pay-Per-View
Source: Miss Brittany Andrews
by: Brittany Andrews
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- The luscious Miss Brittany Andrews is poised to conquer the mainstream pay-per-view world in January, with the television premiere of "Call Girl Wives" on nationwide in-home and hotel Pay-Per-View and Video on Demand services.
The "unrated" movie, shot in High-Definition in a Los Angeles-area mansion once owned by Marilyn Monroe, concerns three young housewives, played by Amanda Auclair (formerly known as Shyla Stylez), Playboy model Taimie Hannum, and XXX favorite Ashley Long, who grow tired of their patronizing, inattentive husbands and decide to try out at an elite Brothel. The Brothel is of course run by none other than our Madam Brittany!
As for the girls, what begins as a sexy lark evolves into a life-changing experience.
The picture also features XXX stars KelleMarie, Scott Styles and Ashley Blue, XXX actor/director Axel Braun, as well as Penthouse Pet Julie Smith. And the word is that this too-hot-for-the-MPAA movie features some intense sex scenes.
"Brittany's role is the whole crux of the picture," says producer and first time director Michael Whiteacre. "If Miss Brittany doesn't 'sell' it, we're in trouble from there on out. Fortunately, she brought the gravitas and glamour needed for the part -- which, incidentally was written especially for her."
Whiteacre also found Miss Brittany's presence on set to be a welcome boost. "I placed as many directors in the cast and crew as I could. I'm no fool; if something went terribly wrong, I knew I'd always have an experienced director like Brittany to look to for help. With Brittany, who is a dear, dear friend, there was an increased level of comfort and security, but, being a director herself, she would not interfere or overstep the role she came to do. She's a real pro, looks great in the picture, and did a fabulous job. And by the way, I think she also appreciated the fact that every character in the picture smokes and/or drinks in nearly every scene. [laughs]"
The one challenge, says the director, was coaxing moments and phrasing from Miss Brittany, which were alien to her interpretation of the character. "We had no time for rehearsals, sadly, but we spoke about the role at length, and I think only a very few things got lost in the translation. [laughs] After watching the outtakes -- many of which are featured during the end-credits, -- I realized I may have made the wrong movie," says Whiteacre. "I probably should have made a documentary movie about me trying to direct Miss Brittany! You'd have to see them to understand what I mean!"
"Call Girl Wives" premieres January 1 2005, and will be available on some services through the end of February. Featuring a gorgeous cast, a witty off-center script, and terrific cinematography (shot on the same-type camera and lenses used for the last Star Wars movies), the Unrated "Call Girl Wives" is set to break pay-per-view records and forever be inserted into the annals of history (and we know how painful that can be!)