Kristen Stewart, Vanessa Hudgens, and Cheryl Cole To Shoot The Pilot For The TV Series, 'Vampire Vixens Gone Wild'

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 21 May 2011

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Aurora Geezermill, a stuntwoman who appears in the TV pilot 'Vampire Vixens Gone Wild.'

BURBANK - NBC has just announced that they will be shooting a television pilot based on the novel by Emersonetta P. Frizzantino titled Vampire Vixens Gone Wild.

Frizzantino's book was loosely based on the 1896 novel by Carmelita Maidenhair-Tuscani Wild The Vampire Vixens Went.

The TV pilot is being produced by noted film director Bandini Borrapelli.

In the pilot which takes place in Walla Walla, Washington we meet the Camagoochi sisters Marigold, Concordia, and Pandora.

Kristen portrays Marigold, Exalted Sultress of the Misquoted Marionettes whose quick temper is matched by her quick witticism which she delivers in a quasi-pronounced Portuguese accent.

Vanessa stars as Concordia, Noble Seductress of the Wicked Walnetto Gatherers who can charm the loin cloths off of Mescalero Apache braves of course assuming that there were Mescalero Apache braves living in Walla Walla, Washington.

And Cheryl Cole portrays the ever so bubbly Pandora, Grandiose Sorceress of the Passionate Plum Pickers who can sing a song so sweet that the birds in the trees hide in their nests in awe of the wondrously high notes, mostly A Sharps and G Sharps that she can hit with little or no effort.

Borrapelli informed Hoopla Diddly of TV ClickerWorld that the TV pilot will be shot in Valencia, Spain, which greatly resembles Walla Walla, Washington.

Some of Bandini Borrapelli's Movies Include -

  • The Biological Clocks of The Oil Idustry Whores of Dubai
  • Tiger Blood Boy - The Winning Warlord of The West
  • Oopsies - The Ashlee Simpson Story
  • Lady Labia - The Scourgess of The Carpathian Mountains
  • Less Is More

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