Zac Efron and Michelle Pfeiffer To Star In The Erotic Vampire Epic "May-December Hickies"

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 9 May 2012

HOLLYWOOD - Lions Door Films in association with Cloud 13 Pictures has just announced a new vampire movie which will star Zac Efron and Michelle Pfeiffer.

The movie May-December Hickies is to be directed by noted film director Charleen Belle-Pinnzucker.

The film will deal with the younger man, older woman theme that has recently been popularized by the likes of Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore and Caspar Smart and Jennifer Lopez.

Ms. Belle-Pinnzucker recently spoke with LaLaLand Limelight's Macadamia Honeysuckle at Pepe's Land of The Enormous Enchilada on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.

She stated that Efron will star as valet parking attendant Cory Leathersteel, 24, and Pfeiffer will portray Beverly Hills socialite Lexi Starbinselli, 51. The two meet at a Los Angeles Clippers game and find out that they both have many similar interests.

For one thing they both love expensive sports venue hot dogs, expensive sports venue beer, expensive sports venue blue cotton candy, and M&M's.

Leathersteel has just broken up with his girlfriend Allegra Baytucker who is played by Vanessa Hudgens. And Starbinselli has just divorced her husband Denver Starbinselli played by Mel Gibson, after learning that he had secretly been seeing a Los Angeles Laker girl for the past nine months.

Pfeiffer's character reveals that she finally figured it out one day when she noticed that her husband had a tattoo with the name Pamela - The Laker Girl on his lower back.

Leathersteel and Starbinselli initially exchanged cell phone numbers during half time at the Clippers game and they soon begin a whirlwind May-December romance that also includes the exchanging of some passionate hickies.

The happy pair fly all over the world since Mrs. Starbinselli received an $8.9 million divorce settlement from her ex-husband, or the tattoo twerp as she has nicknamed him.

ARTICLE SIDENOTE: The movie will be filmed on location in Cheyenne, Wyoming since it strongly resembles Beverly Hills in at least half a dozen ways.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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