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Monday, 30 July 2007

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Hustler's Barely Legal unit announced a deal today with Bob Disney Studios that will allow the adult video production company first crack at signing Disney's young stars when they reach 18 years of age. Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus is reportedly in advance talks on a deal.

While some in the industry have expressed shock at the idea, others see it as a shrewd move by Disney on behalf of the youngsters. "Half of these kids will have sex tapes leak out somehow, and they won't make any money on them," noted industry veteran Peter North. North cited Paris Hilton and Pamela Anderson as examples of the problem, and stressed that "this way they get to control what comes out, and they earn the money."

Other current stars who are widely considered candidates for the Barely Legal route include:

1. Dylan Thomas Sprouse and Cole Mitchell Sprouse of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. Some reports suggest the two will fornicate with a wide variety of female adult film stars in their debut, perhaps concluding in a climactic finale with Miley Cyrus. Others hint that the twin brothers may instead make a gay porn film.

2. Animated character Kim Possible is being considered for the lead role in a series of pornographic cartoons, with a working title of Kim Pornable. "She's so athletic," said North, "and they can really push the limits with animation."

3. Emily Osment, another actress in the Hannah Montana series, is thought to be a fan of Peter North and hoping to have him as the male lead on her 18th birthday. Others are betting on a lesbian scene with Miley Cyrus.

Disney officials and the various Disney stars could not be reached for comment.

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