Riding hard on the publicity surrounding a supposed life ending blast of plasma-like material from the sun, adult film producer George Mucous has signed film legend, Ron Jeremy to star in his new space fantasy film, "Coronal Mass Ejection".
Jeremy will reportedly play the transmuted life form originating from the dark star "Hedgehog", as he makes his way through the universe ejecting his coronal mass on unsuspecting and unprepared planets. "It's a love story", says assistant talent agent, Skippy Wunderthump. "The sun releasing all that positive, life giving solar energy onto the ones he loves. It brings a tear, really". Wunderthump was seen waving both hands rapidly in front of his own face as a means to prevent a full on sob.
The story line will include some younger planets, without developed means for electronic services, who benefit from the Solar Hedgehog's ejection. Other more mature planets with aging satellites and sagging infrastructures might not appreciate the Hedgehog dropping off a little coronal mass and then leaving before sunrise.
"That was one of the best dramatic moments in this adult/art project", says Mucous, "When the planet Venus cleans up her dark side and yells out towards the morning sky, 'You didn't even leave a number!'. Now that was great drama", says Mucous.
The highly anticipated, questionably artistic, poorly budgeted but well proportioned video was written, filmed, produced and distributed in three days. Mucous feels that it is his best work ever.
"There's nothing quite like seeing Ron play the part of a plasma spewing, solar body. It's magical really, and a little hard to clean off, apparently".
"Coronal Mass Ejection" can be found in very few though close to state borders and major highway adult novelty stores now.